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Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation

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Works: 26,067 works in 38,904 publications in 2 languages and 109,638 library holdings
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Classifications: HD7305.A3, 363.5097109045
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House, home, and community : progress in housing Canadians, 1945-1986 by John R Miron( )

9 editions published in 1993 in English and held by 1,015 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"House, Home and Community" is the end result of a project designed by Canada Mortgae and Housing Corporation to examine the progress made in terms of housing in Canada. As part of an unusual experiment, a consortium of 22 authors including academics, housing consultants and other specialists from every region of the country, all directly involved in the process of producing dwelling units, conducted a study which reflects the rich diversity of opinions on housing across Canada. The contributors establish certain major criteria to assess current and future housing situations, zero in on housing research issues and priorities, and highlight certain policy-related questions which are looming on the horizon. An essential reference document on urban housing and development in Canada since the Second World War, "House, Home and Community" will be required reading for academics, urban planners, professionals and students interested in housing matters
Habitation et milieu de vie : l'évolution du logement au Canada, 1945 à 1986 by John R Miron( )

13 editions published in 1994 in French and held by 937 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"Habitation et milieu de vie" est le fruit d'un projet conçu par la Société canadienne d'hypothèques et de logement afin d'examiner les progrès accomplis en matière de logement au Canada. Dans le cadre d'une expérience inusitée, un consortium de vingt-deux auteurs comprenant des universitaires, des conseillers en logement et des particuliers de toutes les régions du pays, qui interviennent directement dans le processus visant à procurer des logements, a réalisé une étude qui reflète toute la richesse et la diversité des points de vue sur le logement au Canada. Les collaborateurs identifient certains critères importants pour l'évaluation de la situation actuelle et future dans le domaine du logement, précisent les questions et priorités de la recherche en matière de logement en signalent certaines questions de politique qui se dessinent. Document de référence essentiel sur le logement urbain et le développement des villes au Canada depuis la Seconde guerre mondiale, "Habitation et milieu de vie" sera apprécié des universitaires, des planificateurs, des professionnels et des étudiants qui s'intéressent aux questions de logement
Canadian housing observer by Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation( )

in English and held by 178 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Construction résidentielle en bref( Book )

61 editions published in 2013 in French and held by 159 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Le rapport Construction résidentielle en bref, Winnipeg comprend notamment de nombreux tableaux de données statistiques détaillées sur la construction résidentielle. On y présente les variations de l'activité d'une année sur l'autre et des données mensuelles portant sur les habitations mises en chantier, achevées, en construction et en stock, réparties par zone, catégorie de logements et mode d'occupation.--Site Web de l'éditeur
Residential construction digest( Book )

60 editions published between 2012 and 2013 in English and held by 157 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The Residential Construction Digest for Calgary includes numerous tables with detailed statistical data on residential construction. Year-over-year and monthly data is presented on residential starts, completions, units under construction, and unabsorbed units, and is organized by zone, house type, and tenure.--Publisher's website
Habitat( )

in English and French and held by 155 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Compendium of research = Compendium de recherche by Société canadienne d'hypothèques et de logement( )

16 editions published in 1996 in French and English and held by 148 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Annual report by Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation( )

in English and French and held by 140 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The population health approach to housing : a framework for research by James R Dunn( Book )

6 editions published in 2002 in English and held by 138 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This report presents a framework for analyzing the relationship between housing and health from a population health perspective. The population health perspective is an influential research and policy framework that is motivated by the question "What makes some people healthy and others not?" It suggests that the strongest determinants of health are socio-economic factors in everyday life. The primary purpose of this report is to propose a conceptual framework intended to guide research on housing and health from a population perspective. The report reviews the primary underpinnings of the population health perspective, emphasizing its importance in the Canadian social policy discourse and the primary evidence base for the population health perspective. A brief overview of previous research on housing and health is presented, the framework for housing and population health is presented and explained, and a number of emergent research questions are identified. Opportunities in children's housing and health research are emphasized and several key issues for housing and health relationships amongst seniors are also identified. The report also identifies some of the unique questions and issues that must be addressed in the study of housing and population health among people from groups that experience marginality and disempowerment: First Nations' Peoples, people with mental illness and addictions, people with disabilities and chronic illnesses, women and visible minorities. The final section of the report emphasizes some of the methodological challenges that must be addressed by researchers studying the socio-economic dimensions of housing
Residential construction digest( Book )

60 editions published in 2010 in English and held by 132 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The Residential Construction Digest for Regina includes numerous tables with detailed statistical data on residential construction. Year-over-year and monthly data is presented on residential starts, completions, units under construction, and unabsorbed units, and is organized by zone, house type, and tenure.--Publisher's website
Residential construction digest( Book )

60 editions published in 2011 in English and held by 132 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The Residential Construction Digest for Regina includes numerous tables with detailed statistical data on residential construction. Year-over-year and monthly data is presented on residential starts, completions, units under construction, and unabsorbed units, and is organized by zone, house type, and tenure.--Publisher's website
Construction résidentielle en bref( Book )

60 editions published in 2012 in French and held by 132 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Le rapport Construction résidentielle en bref, Calgary, comprend notamment de nombreux tableaux de données statistiques détaillées sur la construction résidentielle. On y présente les variations de l'activité d'une année sur l'autre et des données mensuelles sur les habitations mises en chantier, achevées, en construction et en stock, réparties par zone, catégorie de logements et mode d'occupation.--Site Web de l'éditeur
Construction résidentielle en bref( Book )

60 editions published in 2010 in French and held by 132 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Le rapport Construction résidentielle en bref, Calgary, comprend notamment de nombreux tableaux de données statistiques détaillées sur la construction résidentielle. On y présente les variations de l'activité d'une année sur l'autre et des données mensuelles sur les habitations mises en chantier, achevées, en construction et en stock, réparties par zone, catégorie de logements et mode d'occupation.--Site Web de l'éditeur
Construction résidentielle en bref( Book )

60 editions published in 2011 in French and held by 132 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Le rapport Construction résidentielle en bref, Winnipeg comprend notamment de nombreux tableaux de données statistiques détaillées sur la construction résidentielle. On y présente les variations de l'activité d'une année sur l'autre et des données mensuelles portant sur les habitations mises en chantier, achevées, en construction et en stock, réparties par zone, catégorie de logements et mode d'occupation.--Site Web de l'éditeur
Residential construction digest( Book )

59 editions published in 2012 in English and held by 130 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The Residential Construction Digest for Winnipeg includes numerous tables with detailed statistical data on residential construction. Year-over-year and monthly data is presented on residential starts, completions, units under construction, and unabsorbed units, and is organized by zone, house type, and tenure.--Publisher's website
Homelessness, housing, and harm reduction : stable housing for homeless people with substance use issues by Deborah Kraus( Book )

6 editions published between 2005 and 2006 in English and held by 126 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The purpose of this study was to investigate the effectiveness of innovative housing programs for persons who are homeless or at risk of homelessness and who use substances (e.g. drugs, alcohol or other substances). The research specifically examined which housing interventions and factors that incorporate a harm reduction approach best help this population access and maintain stable housing. Three research questions were addressed: 1. How effective are innovative or alternative residential housing programs for homeless people with substance use issues, especially those that incorporate high-tolerance or harm reduction into a supported living environment? 2. To what degree is secure and stable housing crucial to successful substance use treatment models? 3. Do harm reduction strategies, as part of supportive housing, enhance the stability and longevity of housing tenure for homeless people with substance use issues?
Literature review of socio-economic trends affecting consumers and housing markets : final report( Book )

6 editions published between 2003 and 2004 in English and held by 126 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The purpose of this report is to review and consolidate existing research regarding the impact of socio-economic trends on consumers and housing markets, discuss current thinking, identify research gaps and prioritize future research. The terms of reference for this report called for the inclusion of such topics as: the cost of housing and factors contributing to costs; tenure choice and consumer housing preferences; economic factors (such as employment, income, interest rates, inflation and taxation); demographic factors (such as aging, changes in households composition, immigration and migration); sustainable development and infrastructure needs; evidence of market failure; consumer environmental awareness; and land use planning (such as smart growth and growth management. Because of the significant amounts of research already done on affordable housing, the scope of the study excludes information gaps and trends in relation to the need for and availability of affordable housing. It also excludes financial product and public policy development, since these topics are more thoroughly addressed through other CMHC research reports. The report outlines the recent and future aspects of various trends, drawing on major findings in Australia, New Zealand, United Kingdom and Unites States where appropriate. A discussion of the regional and submarket variations within Canada of the various issues and trends is provided and the report identifies potential research priorities in Canada. The report also contains a full bibliography of all sources consulted
Housing needs of low-income people living in rural areas by David Bruce( Book )

3 editions published in 2003 in English and held by 126 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This research report summarizes the housing situations of low income persons living in rural areas of Canada. It also identifies the barriers to addressing their housing needs, and the opportunities that exist in rural communities and small towns to address these situations. Three approaches were employed to develop an understanding of the housing needs of low income people living in rural areas. A literature review and a statistical review were conducted concurrently. This was followed by 12 case studies conducted in 12 diverse rural communities and small towns across Canada. This included key informant interviews and a review of relevant local documents. The case study sites were: Brooks, Alberta Preeceville, Saskatchewan Coral Harbour, Nunavut Russell, Manitoba Kingston-Greenwood, N.S. Saint-Fabien-de-Panet, Québec Maniwaki, Québec St. Stephen, N.B. Marystown, Newfoundland and Labrador Wawa, Ontario Mississippi Mills, Ontario Port Elgin, Ontario
Residential intensification case studies : municipal initiatives by Ray Tomalty( Book )

5 editions published in 2003 in English and held by 123 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

For the last 50 years, development patterns in Canada have emphasized building out onto greenfield lands at the urban edge at a rate that has outstripped the rate of population growth. This development pattern has resulted in the loss of farmland and natural areas, rising car dependency and traffic congestion. Moreover, many municipalities lack the resources to pay for the infrastructure needed to support expansion into greenfield areas. One of the ways municipalities have sought to address these issues is through residential intensification, i.e., encouraging housing development in existing urban areas where infrastructure and transit services are already in place. Infill development, adaptive reuse, brownfield development, lot splitting and secondary suites are examples of intensification that can result in the following: Ÿ Reduce infrastructure costs; Ÿ Use land more efficiently; Ÿ Preserve rural and natural areas outside existing urban boundaries; Ÿ Revitalize urban areas in decline; and Ÿ Create more transportation choice through easier access to daily destinations like work, shopping and entertainment (e.g., mixed-use, pedestrian- and transit-oriented neighbourhoods). Despite the considerable potential benefits, intensification faces a series of practical challenges: Ÿ Higher development costs; Ÿ Neighbourhood opposition; Ÿ Regulatory issues. This study aims to profile successful examples of municipal initiatives that have helped to overcome obstacles such as these, either by removing barriers or providing positive incentives. Most importantly, they have resulted in concrete results "on the ground, " in that they have helped trigger or facilitate projects that may not have otherwise gone ahead. The report profiles 12 case studies of local initiatives that support intensification. This document is intended to be of use to municipal officials and other stakeholders across the country who may be looking for mechanisms with which to encourage intensification
Residential construction digest( Book )

60 editions published in 2014 in English and held by 120 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The Residential Construction Digest for Saskatoon includes numerous tables with detailed statistical data on residential construction. Year-over-year and monthly data is presented on residential starts, completions, units under construction, and unabsorbed units, and is organized by zone, house type, and tenure.--Publisher's website
 
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House, home, and community : progress in housing Canadians, 1945-1986 Habitation et milieu de vie : l'évolution du logement au Canada, 1945 à 1986
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Alternative Names

controlled identityCentral Mortgage and Housing Corporation (Canada)

C.M.H.C.

C.M.H.C. (Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation)

Canada Housing and Mortgage Corporation

Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation

Canada. Mortgage and Housing Corporation (Ottawa)

Canada Société canadienne d'hypothèques et de logement

Canada. Societe d'hypotheques et de logement (Ottawa)

Canadian Mortgage and Housing Corporation

CMHC

CMHC (Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation)

Kanada jutaku ron kosha

Mortgage and Housing Corporation

Mortgage and Housing Corporation Canada

S.C.H.L.

SCHL

SCHL (Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation)

Société canadienne d'habitation et de logement

Societe canadienne d'hypotheque et du logement

Societe canadienne d'hypotheque et du logement Behörde in Kanada

Société canadienne d'hypothèques et de logement

Societe canadienne d'hypotheques et de logement (Ottawa)

Société canadienne d'hypothèques et du logement

Société Centrale d'Hypothèques et de Logement.

캐나다 모기지 주택 공사

캐나다 연방정부 주택청

カナダ ジュウタク ローン コウシャ

カナダ抵当・住宅公社

加拿大住房抵押贷款公司

加拿大按揭及房屋局

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