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COVID19 pandemic prompts Canadian urbanites to rethink grand bargain of dense city living

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The densely populated slums of Montreal’s Griffintown were the subject of a famous 1897 study by businessman and philanthropist Herbert Ames, whose work on the disease-ridden tenements influenced generations of urban planners on how to develop healthy cities.

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