The article ‘’«Quartiers sous tension»: bon ou mauvais, les dessous de la gentrification,’’ determines the negative and positive effects of gentrification in neighbourhoods of Montreal. Thus, gentrification is when low-income neighbourhoods become resettled by higher-income individuals. It creates inequalities because people that are wealthier have a greater use and control over space than the poorer people in the same community. On one hand, the phenomenon of gentrification can be negative for people that are poorer.
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The article “Embourgeoisement insidieux à HoMa?” discusses the impacts of gentrification in Hochelaga-Maisonneuve. Firstly, the author outlines the new phenomenon of co-propriety which lead to the loss of multiples housings in this neighborhood. Because of the steep growth in costs, housings are not affordable anymore, so people have to share their rents. This share is what describes the phenomenon of co-propriety. In other words, co-ownership is the division of a housing to make it affordable. According to a study in this neighborhood, co-ownership divides in 2 types.
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The article “4,000 people are now homeless in Greater Vancouver” by Jen St-Denis from Metro addresses the crisis of homeless people in Vancouver. In fact, he states that 4000 residents are now homeless compared to 2777 in 2014, which results of an increase of 26% every year since 2011. Moreover, it can be traduced by the fact that five people lose their housing each week due to a real estate boom and because more people are coming in the province for work which caused a raise of rents. Facing this major homelessness crisis, Vancouver lacks a poverty reduction plan to face the problem.
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