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Author(s): Jino Distasio, Gina Sylvester, Christa Jaccubucci, Susan Mulligan, Kurt Sargent
Publication Date: 2004
The First Nations/Métis/Inuit Mobility Study examined the pattern of mobility and service use among Aboriginal peoples recently moving to Winnipeg. Study participants were interviewed three times in a fifteen-month period to measure changes in their living arrangements and service use. The results point to a slow transition progress, along with an increase in the number of respondents who were unable to find suitable housing. The fin...
Author(s): Tom Carter, Chesya Polevychok, Kurt Sargent
Publication Date: 2003
The following brief Research Highlight illustrates some of the important characteristics that differentiate Winnipeg's inner city from the non-inner city and the Census Metropolitan Area (CMA).