Summary: A survey of problems in "The Ward", including (but not limited to) lack of civic pride, ramshackle buildings, lack of open spaces for recreation, and general hazardous living conditions. The Bureau highlights the need to keep these problems from spreading. Suggestions to deal with the problem of The Ward include expropriation of land, demolishing homes, and education/civic engagement through schools and community centers.
Publication Date: December 1918
Publication Format: Unknown
Publication Series: Unknown
Document Number: Unknown
Tags: Children, Civic Service, Community Planning, Crime, Demography, Efficiency, Fire, Housing, Immigration, Property Ownership, Property Tax, Public Health, Recreation, Safety, Urbanization
Location: City of Toronto Archives