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Greg Tedesco is a proud Hamiltonian for the past ten years. He is interested in issues around health, equity, inclusion & social justice. Connect with Greg on twitter @greg_tedesco.
Toward an Affordable Housing Solution for Hamilton - After years of inadequate action on affordable housing, it will take time to move forward and see the real impact of recent announcements. Published April 19, 2016 in Commentary
Neighbours Working Together: A Dialogue on Intensification - If communities are going to engage in the planning process around intensification, a broader discussion needs to continue around what intensification means and how to keep citizens involved so we have a meaningful say in future developments. Published July 24, 2015 in Special Report
Integrate Transit and Housing Policy to Support Equity - Rather than looking at transit, housing, health and economic development as separate issues, we must continue to integrate these discussions to develop creative, local solutions that meet the needs of current and future residents along the LRT corridor an Published June 05, 2015 in Special Report: Light Rail
Is Affordable Housing a Priority for the Broader Hamilton Community: One Year Later - The benefits of universal access to safe, affordable and appropriate housing remain clear to individuals, communities and the entire city. Published March 19, 2015 in Commentary
Is Affordable Housing a Priority for the Broader Hamilton Community? - In acknowledging that "place matters', we must continue to explore innovative ways to ensure that everyone has options and opportunity to attain suitable and affordable housing. Published March 26, 2014 in Commentary
Housing in Hamilton: Promoting Safe, Affordable, Healthy Housing for All - As Hamilton continues to grow, change and develop over time, we must continue to ask who is included and who is excluded throughout this process? Published November 19, 2013 in Commentary
Discretionary Benefits: Investment to Promote Health, Dignity and Social Inclusion - Short-term dollar savings must not come at the expense of long-term social costs. In Hamilton and elsewhere, we can’t afford to lose Discretionary Benefits. Published March 14, 2013 in Feature
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