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Reshaping Communities: Discontent With Community Design Drives a Push for More Inclusive Architecture

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A new study from the non-profit Angus Reid Institute – in partnership with Rise For Architecture – finds Canadians asking for more from their decision-makers and those involved in development in ensuring that public spaces are indeed for everyone.

Canadians are near-unanimous that accessibility (96%), aesthetic beauty (92%), and sustainability (90%) should be prioritized in new buildings in their community. Further, three-quarters say that the culture and heritage of the community should be a key consideration.


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    Apr 11, 2022

  • Subject Area
    • Housing
    • Social Connectedness / Social Isolation
  • Audience
    • Service Providers (Non-profits, Community Organizations, Local government)
    • Government
    • Caregivers, Seniors & Volunteers
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