Immigration and its Impact on Suburban Landscapes
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This paper discusses how the landscape of the neighbourhoods in which we live is impacted by human settlement in diverse ways. The paper elaborates on this statement by using the example of a portion of the Greater Toronto Area north of the intersection of Sheppard Avenue East and Don Mills Road, bordered on the east by Don Mills Rd. and on the west by Leslie Street. The paper explains, from a personal perspective, how the suburban landscape of this area has been impacted and transformed by immigration.
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