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  • 'Art is the New Steel': Marketing Creative Urbanism in Twenty-First Century Hamilton, Ontario 

    Russumanno, Paolo
    As a major manufacturing hub in southern Ontario, Hamilton enjoyed considerable economic stability during the twentieth century. However, like most industrial-based cities, Hamilton’s role as a North American manufacturing ...
  • Geographical Applications for Sound Walks 

    Jenkinson, Warren (Brock University, 2015-02-13)
    Geography has long been a predominantly visual discipline, but recent work in geography has sought to explore the multisensory, embodied, emotional and affective dimensions of people’s relations with places. One way to ...
  • Transforming Downtown St. Catharines into a Creative Cluster 

    Wierzba, Tomasz (Brock University, 2014-10-30)
    The City of St. Catharines, located on the southern shore of Lake Ontario, is Niagara Region's only major urban node. Like many small/medium-sized cities in Canada and abroad, the city experienced a rapid decline of ...