While various forms of community renaissance are going on around the world, Canadian cities remain stuck in neutral, in part because of their lowly place within the Canadian constitutional structure.  At the founding of our nation, the vast majority of citizens lived in rural landscapes and the power structures reflected that reality.  Today most of us live in larger communities and it’s time the political power structures began saving them a place at the table.

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