Neighborhood Change in the City of Toronto Analytical Essay by Top Papers

Neighborhood Change in the City of Toronto
A look at changing neighborhoods in Toronto.
# 132845 | 1,250 words | 3 sources | MLA | 2007 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2007 in Canadian Studies (Gender, Race, Class issues)


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This paper argues that there have been significant demographic, social and cultural changes in what was once Toronto's infamous Cabbagetown, now known as Regent Park. The paper points out that these changes have not been accompanied by similar changes in the realm of economic prosperity. Regent Park is poor today just as Cabbagetown was poor yesterday. The paper concludes by noting that the evolving neighborhood profile of Regent Park suggests that the city of Toronto has done a poor job of combating the socio-economic stratification that plagued it generations ago.

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"The following paper will argue that there have been significant demographic, social and cultural changes in what was once Toronto's infamous Cabbagetown (now Regent Park) but these changes have not been accompanied by similar changes in the realm of economic prosperity; to wit, Regent Park is poor today just as Cabbagetown was poor yesterday. In the end, the evolving neighborhood profile of Regent Park suggests that the city of Toronto has done a poor job of combating the socio-economic stratification that plagued it generations ago."

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