In 1970, 66 per cent of the population of Toronto was middle class and in 2005 it was 29 per cent. Are growing cities such as Toronto becoming more economically segregated? Is there a racial component? And what can be done? The Agenda examines the segregated city.
Episode:
The New Urban Crisis; Segrated Cities
Aired:
May 15, 2017
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