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Curriculum Vitae - Markus Moos

Markus Moos, PhD MCIP RPP
Associate Professor
School of Planning

Degrees

PhD (2012, University of British Columbia, Geography)
Thesis: Housing and location of young adults, then and now: Consequences of urban restructuring in Montreal and Vancouver

MPL (2006, Queen’s University, Planning)
Thesis: The spatial and temporal variations of residential real estate values and social change: A Toronto case study

BES (2004, University of Waterloo, Environmental Studies & Economics)

Awards

Faculty Research Performance Award, University of Waterloo, 2016
Early Researcher Award, Province of Ontario, 2014
Faculty Research Performance Award, University of Waterloo, 2013

Employment

Associate Professor, School of Planning, University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Ontario, 2016 – Present

Assistant Professor, School of Planning, University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Ontario, 2012 – 2016

Lecturer, School of Planning, University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Ontario, 2010 – 2012

Sessional lecturer; research assistant; teaching assistant, Department of Geography, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, British Columbia, 2006 – 2010

Research assistant; teaching assistant, School of Urban and Regional Planning, Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario, 2005 – 2006

Research assistant; teaching assistant, Faculty of Environment, University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Ontario, 2003 – 2004

Tutor, Office for Students with Disabilities, University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Ontario, 2003 – 2004

Project Assistant, Regional Municipality of Waterloo, Waterloo, Ontario, May 2002 – Aug 2002; Jan 2003 – May 2003

Planning Assistant, Malone Given Parsons LTD., Markham, Ontario, Sept 2001 – Dec 2001

Energy Advisor Intern, REEP, University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Ontario, Jan 2001 – May 2001

Research and Scholarship

Areas of Interest

Economies, social structure and sustainability of cities; Social equity, sustainability policy and urban planning; Age and generational dimensions of housing and employment markets; Residential location and commute patterns; Urban economics and housing affordability; Demographic change

Publication List (*co-authored with a student)

Articles in refereed journals

Moos, M., Mendez, P., *McGuire, L., Wyly, E., *Kramer, A., *Walter-Joseph, R., and *Williamson, M. (In press) More continuity than change? Re-evaluating the contemporary socio-economic and housing characteristics of suburbs. Canadian Journal of Urban Research.

Moos, M. (2015) From gentrification to youthification? The increasing importance of young age in delineating high-density living. Urban Studies. Early view: http://usj.sagepub.com/content/early/2015/09/15/0042098015603292.abstract

Moos, M., Wilkin, T.*, Seasons, M.* and Chase, G.* (2015) Planning for housing in a time of growing employment precarity. Plan Canada. Spring, 12-17.

Moos, M. and Mendez, P. (2014) Suburban ways of living and the geography of income: How homeownership, single-family dwellings and automobile use define the metropolitan social space. Urban Studies.52(10), 1864-1882.

Porter, C.* and Moos, M. (2014) Growing food in the suburbs: Estimating the land potential for sub-urban agriculture in Waterloo, Ontario. Planning Practice and Research. 29(2), 152-170.

Moos, M. (2014) “Generationed” space: Societal restructuring and young adults’ changing location patterns. The Canadian Geographer, 58(1), 11-33.

Moos, M. (2014) Generational Dimensions of Neoliberal and Post-Fordist Restructuring: The Changing Characteristics of Young Adults and Growing Income Inequality in Montreal and Vancouver. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research. 38(6), 2078-2102.

Quastel, N., Moos, M. and Lynch, N. (2012) Sustainability as density and the return of the social: The case of Vancouver, British Columbia. Urban Geography, 33(7), 1055-1084.

Moos, M. and Skaburskis, A. (2010) The globalization of urban housing markets: Immigration and changing housing demand in Vancouver. Urban Geography. 31(6), 724-749.

Moos, M. and Skaburskis, A. (2009) Workplace restructuring and urban form: The changing national settlement patterns of the Canadian workforce. Journal of Urban Affairs, 32(1), 25-53.

Wyly, E., Moos, M., Kabahizi, E. and Hammel, D. (2009) Cartographies of race and class: Mapping the class monopoly rents of American subprime mortgage capital. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, 33(2), 332-354.

Moos, M. and Skaburskis, A. (2008) The probability of single-family dwelling occupancy: Comparing home workers and commuters in Canadian cities. Journal of Planning Education and Research, 27(3), 319-340.

Skaburskis, A. and Moos, M. (2008) The redistribution of residential property values in Montreal, Toronto and Vancouver: Examining neoclassical and Marxist views on changing investment patterns. Environment and Planning A, 40(4), 905-927.

Wyly, E., Moos, M., Foxcroft, H. and Kabahizi, E. (2008) Sub-prime mortgage segmentation in the American urban system. Tijdschrift voor Economische en Sociale Geografie, 99(1), 3-23.

Moos, M. and Skaburskis, A. (2007) The characteristics and location of home workers in Montreal, Toronto and Vancouver. Urban Studies, 44(9), 1781-1808.

Moos, M., Whitfield, J., Johnson, L.C. and Andrey, J. (2006) Does design matter? The ecological footprint as a planning tool at the local level. Journal of Urban Design, 11(2), 195-224.

Moos, M., Andrey, J. and Johnson, L.C. (2006) The sustainability of telework: An ecological-footprinting approach. Sustainability: Science, Practice, & Policy, 2(1), 3-14.

Chapters in books

Refereed book chapters

Moos, M. (2015) Generational change and the city: How age defines the urban landscape. In P. Filion, M. Moos, T. Vinodrai and R. Walker (Eds.). Canadian Cities in Transition: Perspectives for an Urban Age (Fifth Edition). (pp. 343-363). Don Mills, Ontario: Oxford University Press.

Mendez, P., Moos, M. and Osolen, R.* (2015) Driving the commute: Getting to work in the auto-mobility city. In A. Walks (Ed.). The Urban Political Economy and Ecology of Automobility: Driving Cities, Driving Inequality, Driving Politics. (pp. 123-128). New York: Routledge.

Skaburskis, A. and Moos, M. (2015) Urban economics: The factors shaping the value of land. In P. Filion, M. Moos, T. Vinodrai and R. Walker (Eds.). Canadian Cities in Transition: Perspectives for an Urban Age (Fifth Edition). (pp. 209-229). Don Mills, Ontario: Oxford University Press.

Wyly, E., Moos. M. and Hammel, D. (2012) Race, class and rent in America’s subprime cities. In M. Aalbers (Ed.). Subprime Cities: The Political Economy of Mortgage Markets. (pp. 242-290). Malden, Massachusetts: Wiley-Blackwell.

Skaburskis, A. and Moos, M. (2010) Cities as Land Markets. Chapter in Bunting, T., Filion, P. and Walker, R. (Eds.), Canadian Cities in Transition: New Directions in the Twenty-First Century (Fourth Edition) (pp. 225-246). Oxford University Press.

Other book chapters

Moos, M. and Vinodrai, T. (2015) In search of new urban models. In P. Filion, M. Moos, T. Vinodrai and R. Walker (Eds.). Canadian Cities in Transition: Perspectives for an Urban Age (Fifth Edition). (pp. 433-435). Don Mills, Ontario: Oxford University Press.

Vinodrai, T. and Moos, M. (2015) Do we still have quality data to study Canadian cities? In P. Filion, M. Moos, T. Vinodrai and R. Walker (Eds.). Canadian Cities in Transition: Perspectives for an Urban Age (Fifth Edition). (pp. 436-439). Don Mills, Ontario: Oxford University Press.

Moos, M. and Mendez, P. (2013) Suburbanization and the remaking of metropolitan Canada. In R. Keil (Ed.). Suburban constellations: Governance, Land and Infrastructure in the 21st Century. (pp. 106-117). Berlin, Germany: Jovis Publishers.

Barnes, T., Hutton, T., Ley, D. and Moos, M. (2011) Vancouver: An entrepreneurial economy in a transnational city. In L. Bourne & T. Hutton (Eds.). Canadian Urban Regions: Trajectories of Growth and Change (pp. 291-328). Don Mills, ON: Oxford University Press.

Skaburskis, A., and Moos, M. (2011) The redistribution of residential property values in Montreal, Toronto, and Vancouver. In H. Bartel & G. Arbuckle (Eds.), Readings in Canadian Real Estate (5th edition). Concord, ON: Captus Press Inc.

Books

Filion, P., Moos, M., Vinodrai, T. and Walker, R. (Eds.) (2015) Canadian Cities in Transition: Perspectives for an Urban Age (Fifth Edition). Don Mills, Ontario: Oxford University Press.

Other Publications

Moos, M., Casello, J., Chase, G., and Lanoue, M. (2015). The economic impacts of cycling in Uptown Waterloo. Report produced for the City of Waterloo, Ontario.

Moos, M., Walter-Joseph, R.*, Williamson, M.*, Chen, W.* and Stockmal, D.* (2015). Youthification: The new kid on the block? School of Planning Working Paper Series. Pragma Council: Waterloo, ON.

Moos, M., Williams, M.*, Agarwal, A. (2015). Millenials ditching their cars: For now or for good? Curb Magazine, 5(3), 24-25.

Moos, M., Filion, P., Keil, R., Casello, J., Walks, A., Johnson, L. and Hartt, M.* (2015) Yes, we can plan for smarter growth and better housing. Huffington Post, Business, Canada. http://www.huffingtonpost.ca/markus-moos/

Moos, M. (2015) How city planning can cause greater generational divides. Huffington Post, Politics, Canada. http://www.huffingtonpost.ca/markus-moos/

Moos, M. (2015) Generationed City. Web resource. http://generationedcity.uwaterloo.ca

Moos, M. (2014) A city divided by age? Generational shifts in urban development. Our Schools, Our Selves: The Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives, 23(3), 101-106.

Moos, M. and Wilkin, T.* (2014) Analysis summary: Working poverty in Waterloo Region. Report produced for the Region of Waterloo, Social Planning, Policy and Program Administration.

Wilkin, T.* and Moos, M. (2014) Working poverty: Definitions, trends and issues. Report produced for the Region of Waterloo, Social Planning, Policy and Program Administration.

Moos, M., and Kramer, A.* (2012) Atlas of Suburbanisms. Web resource. http://env-blogs.uwaterloo.ca/atlas/

Moos, M., and Seasons, M.* (2012, July 14) Keeping affordable housing on the rails. The Record.

Casello, J., Filion, P., Moos, M., and Parker, D. (2011, December 8) Effective planning policies bring balance to a community. The Record.

Moos, M. (2008) Book Review, Hackworth, J. The Neoliberal City: Governance, Ideology and Development in the American City. The Canadian Geographer, 52(2), 267-268.

Moos, M. (2006) Inequality growing in Toronto neighbourhoods. Ontario Planning Journal, 21(5).

Manuscripts Submitted

Moos, M. (under review) Will Millennials Remain In The City? Residential Mobility In Post-Industrial, Post-Modern, Post-Suburban America. Urban Geography.

Moos, M., Filion, P., and Walter-Joseph, R. (under review) Generationed city form(s): The residential geographies of young adults in North American metropolitan regions. Environment & Planning A.

Addresses at Conferences

Invited lectures

Moos, M. (October 1, 2015) Housing the next generation. Edmonton, Alberta, Capital Region Board. Keynote Address.

Moos, M. (June 4, 2015) Is austerity contributing to the generational divide? Canadian Center for Policy Alternatives, Vancouver, BC.

Moos, M. (May 7, 2015) Youthification: The new kid on the block? University of Waterloo, School of Planning, Pragma Council conference.

Moos, M. (March 30, 2015) Why biking means business. Thunder Bay Bike Summit, Business Breakfast, Keynote Address.

Moos, M. (March 30, 2015) Young adults and economic development. Thunder Bay Bike Summit, Evening Public Forum, Keynote Address.

Moos, M. (September 14, 2014) How are Millennials changing our cities? The planning implications of generational change. Public lecture. Simon Fraser University, City Centre, Continuing Studies & Metro Vancouver TransLink.

Moos, M. (October 10, 2014) From gentrification to youthification: Millennials’ preferences for urban living and the implications for planning. Social Planning Council of Kingston & School of Urban and Regional Planning, Queen’s University.

Moos, M. (October 29, 2008). Paper presentation: Household mobility and residential location in the new economy: Implications for policy. The 13th International Metropolis Conference, Bonn, Germany, 27-31 October.

Peer-reviewed conference presentations

Moos, M. (2015). Paper presentation: Will Millennials Remain In The City? Residential Mobility In Post-Industrial, Post-Modern, Post-Suburban America. Association of Collegiate School of Planning Conference, Houston, Texas, October 22 – 25.

Moos, M. (2015). Paper presentation: Sustainability as an urban way of living: The equity implications of planning policies. Global Suburbanisms Infrastructure Workshop. University of Waterloo, School of Planning.

Moos, M. (2014). Paper presentation: From gentrification to youthification: How inner city redevelopment and the influx of young adults are increasing the importance of age in delineating urban space. Association of Collegiate School of Planning Conference: Big Ideas, Global Impacts, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, October 30 – November 2.

Moos, M. (2007) Paper presentation: Is ‘workplace restructuring’ changing the demand for urban residential locations? The Case of Canadian Teleworkers. The 20th Pacific Regional Science Conference, Vancouver, British Columbia, May 6-9.

Moos, M. and Skaburskis, A. (2006) Paper presentation: Centralization of housing price gains in major Canadian cities. The 53rd Annual North American meetings of the Regional Science Association International, Toronto, Ontario, November 16 – 18.

Other conference presentations

Revington, N.*, Prayitno, K.* and Moos, M. (2016). Beyond housing: Concurrent pathways in young adults' lives. Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, San Francisco, California, April 1.

Moos, M. (2015). Paper presentation: New dimensions of exclusion: Age, household size and mobility in the 'sustainable' city. Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, Chicago, Illinois, March 29-April 2.

Moos, M. (2013) Paper presentation: Changing metropolitan economies and suburban housing market transitions. Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, Los Angeles, California, April 9 – 13.

Moos, M., Mendez, P., Kramer, A.* and Walter-Joseph, R.* (2013) Paper presentation: Suburban ways of living in transition: The persisting income advantage. Paper presentation. Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, Los Angeles, California, April 9 – 13.

Mendez, P. and Moos, M. (2012) Paper presentation: Revisiting Popular Notions of City and Suburb: The Case of Canada’s Three Largest Metropolitan Areas. Canadian Association of Geographers Annual Meeting, Waterloo, Ontario, May 28 – June 2.

Moos, M., Filion, P., Miller, B., Walks, A., Heinrichs, D., & Røe, Per G. (2012) Panel Presentation: Suburbanism and the Future. Organized by Markus Moos and Alan Walks. Chaired by Markus Moos. Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, New York, February 24-28.

Moos, M., Mendez, P., McGuire, L.*, Wyly, E., Walter-Joseph, R.*, (2012) Paper presentation: Contemporary North American Suburbanisms: Concepts and Metrics II. Session organized by Pablo Mendez and Markus Moos. Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, New York, February 24-28.

Moos, M. (2011) Panel presentation: Benchmarking project: Measuring dimensions of Canadian suburbanism. Canadian Political Science Association Annual Conference, Waterloo, Ontario, May 16 – 18.

Moos, M. (2011) Panel presentation: Global suburbanisms: Conceptual departures. Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, Seattle, Washington, April 12-16.

Moos, M. (2011) Panel presentation: Rethinking the green city. Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, Seattle, Washington, April 12-16.

Moos, M. (2009) The housing costs of the sustainable city. School of Community and Regional Planning Symposium on Challenges to Affordable and Sustainable Housing. Vancouver, British Columbia, October 16.

Moos, M. (2009) Paper presentation: Examining the case of density through the lens of an urban geographer. School of Urban and Regional Planning Symposium on Sustainability. Vancouver, British Columbia, March 13-14.

Moos, M. and Skaburskis, A. (2008) Paper presentation: Workplace restructuring and housing consumption: Implications for sustainability in Canadian cities. The Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences Conference, Vancouver, British Columbia, May 31-June 8.

Moos, M. and Skaburskis, A. (2008) Paper presentation: Changing residential housing markets in Canadian cities: Generalizable patterns or neighbourhood specific changes? Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, Boston, Massachusetts, April 15-19.

Moos, M. (2007) Paper presentation: Immigration, neighbourhood change and housing values: The Vancouver experience. Urban Affairs Association 37th Annual Meeting, Seattle, Washington, April 25-28.

Moos, M. (2006) Panel presentation: Housing and the politics of urban form. Inaugural Cascadian Mini-Conference on Critical Geographies, Simon Frasier University, Vancouver, British Columbia, October 22.

Moos, M., Whitfield, J. Johnson, L.C. and Andrey, J. (2004) Paper presentation: Sustainability and neighbourhood design. The Canadian Association of Geographers Conference, University of Waterloo, Ontario, October 29 and 30.

Service

Committees

University

University Senate, Faculty-at-large senator, May 1, 2012 to April 30, 2015
University Senate, Honorary degrees committee, 2013 to April 30, 2015
Vice-president research, hiring committee, Fall 2014

Faculty

Teaching Assistant Training Session, Instructor, Fall 2010 – on-going

School

Acting Director, School of Planning, July 13 – 24, 2015
University of Waterloo Planning Alumni of Toronto, University Liaison, 2011 – 2015
PhD program review, Lead, January 2014 – December 2014
Graduate program, Acting graduate officer, August 14-24, 2014
School of Planning, Performance evaluation guideline review, 2010-2011

Administrative Appointments

Associate Director, Graduate Studies, School of Planning, July 2015 to June 2018

Community Service

City Institute, PhD student career development seminar. Presentation on grant writing. York University, November 13, 2015.

Generationed City public lecture and outreach event. What are the housing issues facing people in our community? University of Waterloo, April 2, 2015.

Generationed City project launch and outreach event. Expert discussion panel and audience discussion on housing issues facing young adults. University of Waterloo, January 29, 2015.

Steering committee, Global Suburbanisms MCRI, SSHRC, York University, 2014.

Discussion participant, City Leadership Initiative at University College London, University of Toronto and York University. The Connectivity Challenge: Building Urban Mobility Beyond Boundaries. March 24, 2014

Organizing committee, Suburban Revolution Conference, York University, September 26-28, 2013.

Presenter, Region of Waterloo Roundtable on Employment Precarity, June 25, 2013.

Presenter, Guelph eco-village community event, November 21, 2013. 

Presenter, Greater Toronto Suburban Working Group, November 15, 2011.

Organizer, University of Waterloo off-campus development open-house, June 2011.

Panel organizer, Suburbanism and the Future, Annual Meeting of the American Association of Geographers, NY, February 24-28, 2012.

Conference session co-organizer, Contemporary North American Suburbanisms: Concepts and Metrics, Annual Meeting of the American Association of Geographers, NY, February 24-28, 2012.

Presenter, Waterloo Re-urbanization Working Group, 2012.

Professional Activities

Refereeing

Journals

Housing Policy Debate (5 manuscripts), Urban Studies (9), Journal of Urban Affairs (2), Urban Geography (4), International Journal of Urban and Regional Research (4), Environment & Planning A (3), Environment & Planning C (1), Annals of the Association of American Geographers (1), Geoforum (1), CITY (1), Journal of Environmental Policy and Planning (1), Planning Practice and Research (1), City, Culture and Society (1), Urban Policy and Research (1), Journal of Urban Planning and Development (1),Canadian Planning and Policy (2), The Canadian Geographer (1), Sustainability (1), Journal of Urban Cultural Studies (1), Built Environment (1), Land (2), Journal of Sustainable Finance & Investment (1)

Books

University of Toronto Press (1 book), Thomson/Nelson Press (1)

Student Supervision and Training

Completed Theses / Major Research Papers

Maneesh Poddar. 2011. “From home to home: An examination of recent immigration and housing in the Kitchener census metropolitan area”. MAES Major Research Paper. Local Economic Development Program. University of Waterloo.

Julie Hannah. 2012. “Economic change and the inner city landscape: A case study of Hamilton, Ontario”. Master’s Thesis. School of Planning. University of Waterloo.

Zahra Abedi. 2012. “Investigating the location pattern of information and communication technology firms: Case of Vancouver”. Master’s Thesis. Management Sciences. University of Waterloo. 

Nancy Johnston. 2013. “The case for a regional approach to economic development in the Greater Toronto Area and the barriers affecting its success”. MAES Major Research Paper. Local Economic Development Program. University of Waterloo. 

Michael Seasons. 2014. “Does mixed-use development benefit everyone? Housing affordability in a changing labour market”. Master’s thesis. School of Planning. University of Waterloo.

Tristan Wilkin. 2014. “The influence of housing suitability on commuting patterns in Montreal, Toronto and Vancouver”. Master’s thesis. School of Planning. University of Waterloo.

Sean Keddy. 2015. “Evaluating living wage campaigns: An analysis of the factors that influence local political decision-making”. Master’s thesis. School of Planning. University of Waterloo.

Brian Morris. 2015. “The ‘taxing’ issue of brownfield redevelopment with case studies from Hamilton”. MAES Major Research Paper. Local Economic Development Program. University of Waterloo.

Robert Walter-Joseph. 2015. “Finding the generationed city: The form and structure of young adult settlement patterns”. Master’s thesis. School of Planning. University of Waterloo.

Geoff Chase. 2015. “Sustainable transportation and demography in Uptown Waterloo”. Master’s thesis. School of Planning. University of Waterloo.

Cyrus Yan. 2015. “Condos in the suburb: What are the drivers behind the decision to move into suburban condominiums?”. Master’s thesis. School of Planning. University of Waterloo.

Current Student Supervision

Name

Degree

Program

Research Area

Jiali Wang

MA

Planning

Transport-land use

Wendy Chen

MA

Planning

Housing, Demography

Filiz Tamer

MA

Planning

Gender, Young adults

Nicholas Revington

PhD

Planning

Housing, Young adults

Jon Woodside

PhD

Planning

Local development

Nabila Prayitno

MA

Planning

Commute-housing

Jeff Henry

MA

Planning

Housing, Planning

Overall student supervision/committees/exams

Honours-projects supervision: 3 – Brody, Matthew; Egbedi, Tare; Walter-Joseph, Robert

Master’s student supervision: 16 – Henry, Jeff; Prayitno, Nabila; Chen, Wendy; Tamer, Filiz; Chase, Geoff; Yan, Cyrus; Wang, Jiali; Walter-Joseph, Robert; Morris, Brian; Wilkin, Tristan; Keddy, Sean; Seasons, Michael; Johnston, Nancy; Abedi, Zahra; Hannah, Julie; Poddar, Maneesh

PhD student supervision: 2 – Revington, Nicholas; Woodside, Jon

Master’s student committees: 6 – Burgess, Trina; Sebele, James; Marsh, Amanda; Onishenko, Dave; Yoshizumi, Kanako; Graham, Rylan

Master’s external reader: 16 – Wen, Tian; Louie, Vincent; Soderholm, Danielle; Antanai, Andre; Rahman, Farhan; Jolicoeur, Alix; Neudorf, Jason; Alison, Laura; Kataure, Virpal; Bartolo, Giuseppe; Stauch, Aaron; Matyjewics, Michal; McLeod, Sasha; Wilcocks, Caitlin; Clare, Benjamin; Osolon, Rebecca

PhD student committees: 2 – Markvart, Tanya; Kramer, Anna

PhD comprehensive exams: 2 – Lafortune, Marie-Eve; Markvart, Tanya

Media Appearances / Interviews  

Business News Network, June 15, 2016. Housing markets and policy in Toronto and Vancouver. Business News.

Harvard Political Review, Institute of Politics, January 4, 2016. Youthification in Kensington Market. Sarah Wu.

Columns Magazine, Dallas Chapter of the American Institute of Architects, December 18, 2015. Youthification in Texas. Linda Mastaglio.

Cities Alive, Podcast, December 17, 2015. Demographic change and youthification: Implications for zoning? Danielle Davis.

Atlanta NPR Radio, 90.1 FM WABE, December 10, 2015. What probably needs to happen for Metropolitan Atlanta Transit Authority to Expand. Johnny Kauffmann.

Kitchener Post, Kitchener, December 2, 2015. Kitchener: More than a place to sleep. Mellisa Murray.

CBC Radio, Thunder Bay, April 14, 2015. Changing location preferences of young adults. CBC Morning Show.

CBC Radio, Kitchener-Waterloo, April 7, 2015. Economic development potential of cycling in Uptown Waterloo. CBC Morning Show, Craig Norris.

CBC News, Kitchener-Waterloo, April 1, 2015. Waterloo students and residents share their housing stories.

Business Insider, New York, February 17, 2015. Here are millennials’ favorite neighborhoods in cities. Andy Kiersz.

Metro News, Edmonton, February 17, 2015. Edmonton prime example of ‘youthification’ says Waterloo professor. Stephanie Dubois.

NewHome&CondoGuide, Toronto, February 17, 2015. Beyond sticker price: What’s the real bottom line? Kara Kuryllowicz.

Texas Standard, National Public Radio, Austin, February 16, 2015. Forget gentrification, let’s talk about youthification. Brenda Salinas.

The Atlantic CityLab, February 5, 2015. Is your neighbourhood changing? It might be youthification, not gentrification. Richard Florida.

The Cord, Waterloo, February 4, 2015. Local projects look to change housing. Marissa Evans.

CHCH TV, Hamilton, February 3, 2015. Young adult housing decisions. Square Off.

Record, Kitchener-Waterloo, January 30, 2015. Home ownership tough for millennials, Waterloo forum hears. Catherine Thompson.

CTV News, Kitchener, January 29, 2015. Housing the future. Abigail Bimman.

Waterloo Chronicle. January 21, 2015. UW lecture to focus on housing. James Jackson.

Renovate and Build, AM650, October 18, 2014. Millennials and Canada’s changing housing markets. FairTradeWorks.

K-W Record, October 14, 2014. A city on the cusp of change: issues aplenty for voters in Kitchener. Catharine Thompson.

Spacing Magazine, October 8, 2014. Moving millennials: how a generation is changing mobility. Melissa Bruntlett.

The Atlantic CityLab, October 6, 2014. The fading distinction between city and suburb. Richard Florida.

CBC Radio, Saskatchewan, September 26, 2014. An Atlas of Suburbanisms and Saskatoon’s changing suburbs. Leisha Grebinski.

CBC Radio, Vancouver, September 21, 2014. Millennial generation changing the world, one commute at a time. Michelle Eliot.

CKNW 980 Vancouver, September 14, 2014. Millennials and transit. The Jill Bennett Show.

Vancouver Sun, September 15, 2014. The Millennials are here, but are we ready? Daphne Bramham.

CBC K-W, August 8, 2014. Uptown Waterloo retail and transportation survey. Morning Edition with Craig Norris.

570 News Kitchener-Waterloo, April 30, 2014. Should the region and cities work together ensuring there’s a mixture of housing along the LRT route. Eric Drozd.

Kitchener Post, April 24, 2014. LRT could force region’s poor away from downtown. Melissa Murray.

K-W Record, December 17, 2013. Millenials are defining the urban core. Luisa D’Amato.

570 News Kitchener-Waterloo, December 17, 2013. Young adults want to live close to transit, high-density housing, and urban amenities. Glenn Pelletier.

CTV News, December 4, 2013. Gen-Y earning less than parents. Scott Miller.

CKNW 980 Vancouver, December 2, 2013. Young adults’ declining economic fortunes. The Shift. Mike Eckford.

CHQR AM770 Calgary, November 29, 2013. Your children are going to be poorer than you. Dan Riendeau.

CBC Lang & O’Leary Exchange, November 28, 2013. Millenial generation earning less than their parents. Amanda Lang.

Globe & Mail, November 27, 2013. Gen-Y’s pain is real: Paycheques tell the tale. Rob Carrick.

WNPRNews Radio Connecticut USA, July 25, 2012. Where we live: Suburbs 4.0. John Dankosky.

The Atlantic Cities, June 4, 2012. An Atlas of suburbanisms. Nate Berg.

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