"For a feature-length look at how gentrification is reshaping the city of Montreal, check out this documentary, ‘Montreal, Tales of Gentrification in a Bohemian City.’ But be warned: in the hour and 20 minutes it takes to watch, developers may put a new condo up where your house was."
Joined a book club and the first topic is gentrification, something I’ve been thinking a lot about. The non-profit I work for is often see as representing or the cause of people of lower economic status in the downtown core. There is friction between a community wanting to help, and not wanting the help or housing anywhere near where they are. What does a community look like that has people of all economic levels living within it?