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Regent Park-Specific Articles 

Jackson, S.F., Cleverly, S., Poland, B., Burman, D., Edwards, R., and Robertson, A. (2003). Working with Toronto neighbourhoods toward developing indicators of community capacity. Health Promotion International, 18(4), 339-350. 

Jiménez, K. and Fine, E.S. (2009). Safe Walk Home: Cultural Literacy in the Regent Park Community. Vitae Scholasticase, 26(1), 80-97.


Greaves, A. (2011). Urban Regeneration in Toronto: Rebuilding the Social in Regent Park (Master’s Thesis, Queen’s University, Kingston, Canada). Retrieved from;jsessionid=3E9829B22823104FF824683E663F0EC5?sequence=1


Farewell Regent 

Browne, C. & Zapparoli, J. (2019). Farewell Regent. Toronto, ON: Syncopated Productions.

Davis, H., Lentin, M., Kelly, S., TVOntario., Industry Pictures., Shine Films., & National Film Board of Canada. (2010). Invisible city. Toronto, ON: National Film Board of Canada/Office national du film du Canada.


Each source in the news media section was found and gathered through the University of Toronto online library system. Each source has been cross-checked to find publicly accessible links (i.e. the online version of the article on the publisher's website). In some cases, links to the articles were not found available online. Links beginning with "" are not available publicly, but should be available to any students of faculty through their institution's library system. 

Micallef, S. (2018, November 17). $1M fund for social cohesion in regent park: Priorities include safety, access to community spaces and employment opportunities. Toronto Star Newspapers Ltd. Retrieved from


City of Toronto

City of Toronto. (2007). An Employment Plan for Regent Park.

City of Toronto. (2007, Sept). Regent Park Social Development Plan. Retrieved from:

Toronto Community Housing Corporation. (2007, Oct). Letter from TCH - Regent Park Revitalization: Social Development Plan. Retrieved from:  

City of Toronto. (2014a, Mar). Toronto Strong Neighbourhoods Strategy 2020 – Recommended Neighbourhood Improvement Areas.  

City of Toronto. (2014b, Mar). TSNS 2020 Neighbourhood Equity Index – Methodological Documentation. Retrieved from:  

City of Toronto. (2014, Apr). Regent Park Legacy Funds. Retrieved from:  

City of Toronto. (2019, Jan). Letter to Economic and Community Development Committee on Improving Access to Recreation for Regent Park Residents in Local Facilities from Councillor Kristy Wong-Tam. Retrieved from:  

City of Toronto. (2019a, June). Living up to the Promise of Regent Park Revitalization: Implementing the Regent Park Social Development Plan - by Councillor Kristyn Wong-Tam, seconded by Councillor Ana Bailão. Retrieved from:  

City of Toronto. (2019a, Oct). Resourcing the Regent Park Social Development Plan. Retrieved from: and  

City of Toronto. (2019c, Oct). Supplementary Report - Resourcing the Regent Park Social Development Plan: Update on Investments, Employment and Training. Retrieved from:  

Toronto Community Housing

TCHC. (2007, Sept). Regent Park Social Development Plan. Retrieved from:

Augsten, T., Babin, M., Benning, M., Kelling & Procopio, A. (2014, Dec). Social Cohesion in Contested Spaces: A Neighbourhood Integration Framework for Regent Park. Retrieved from:

TCHC. (2017, May). Lessons Learned from Regent Park Residents About Building a Successful, Cohesive and Inclusive Community. Retrieved from:   

TCHC. (2018, Oct). Regent Park Community Safety Action Plan. Retrieved from:  

The Daniels Corporation/Artscape

The Daniels Centre of Learning. (n.d.). Daniels Centre of Learning: Building Community Through Education.

Community-Based Organizations

Gladki, J. (2014, May). Inclusive Planning: A case study of Regent Park. 

Micallef, S. (2013). Regent Park a Story of Collective Impact. Retrieved from

Sheikh, M. (2011, Feb). Community Resource and Needs Assessment Report. 

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