The Stories Behind Revitalization

The Agenda with Steve Paikin

With condo towers going up and buildings coming down, Toronto is a city of changing skylines. In his latest documentary, "Unarmed Verses," filmmaker Charles Officer explores the lives of those who are displaced by that change. He joins The Agenda, along with William Mendes of Toronto Community Housing and Toronto city councillor Shelley Carroll, to discuss the impact of revitalization projects.
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