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Who is 'the public?' The answer shapes how we address homelessness

By Timothy Martin, PhD Candidate, Faculty of Education, York University, Canada
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Housing affordability and homelessness are hot topics in municipal politics these days. But ironically, unhoused citizens are left out of the civic debate that most impacts their lives.

As Ontario approaches municipal elections in October, our concept of “the public” is needed to remind us of our commitment not only to the ballot box but to one another.

Toronto City Council has engaged in several heated debates this year concerning…The Conversation

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