Fermented Thoughts: Affordable Housing Alternatives

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Fermented Thoughts: Affordable Housing Alternatives

December 6 @ 12:00 am - 2:00 am

With rising rents and homeownership increasingly out of reach people are starting to invent new strategies to make housing affordable. In a time of proliferating constraints what is the role of government? What creative, imaginative possibilities exist to expand opportunities for housing? Join us for a panel discussion as we explore diverse & emerging strategies for affordable, accessible housing.
Joining us on the panel is Brian Doucet, associate professor, Canada Research Chair in Cities, University of Waterloo.
Fermented Thoughts is the Working Centre’s forum for imaginative thought on social, economic, and ecological issues. Join us for discussion over wine and food.
For tickets contact us at: waterlooschool@theworkingcentre.org // 519-743-1151 ext 175
Part of the Working Centre’s Weaving Ecology series. A year exploring the intricacies of living within our limits.Tickets: https://www.theworkingcentre.org/event/21890.


December 6
12:00 am - 2:00 am


The Working Centre- Queen St. Commons Cafe @ 403 Queen Street South, Kitchener, Ontario, N2G 1W6, Canada

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