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COVID-19 and Homelessness: Promoting Disaster Preparedness, Response, and Recovery in Two Communities in Nova Scotia
Author(s): Jeff Karabanow, Kaitrin Doll, Catherine Leviten-Reid, Jean Hughes, Haorui Wu
Publication Date: 2021
This report outlines findings from a study which captured narratives from individuals experiencing homelessness throughout the pandemic; and those tasked with developing, supporting, innovating, and funding the disaster responses in two Nova Scotian communities.
Author(s): Catherine Leviten-Reid, Alicia Lake
Publisher: hannon School of Business, Cape Breton University
Publication Date: 2015
In this study, we explore whether organizational form matters in the affordable rental housing sector. Using a comparative case study design and the theory of the non-profit firm, we look at two third sector organizations (a zero equity co-operative and a community-based non-profit) and a for-profit located in a Canadian province. We examine the expertise of the development teams, the resources harnessed to build the housing, the organizations’ m...