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Date Entered: 09/01/2017
Subject: TDP Newsletter Vol. 02 No. 110 Atlantic
Attachment: 155.pdf (Original file name: Vol2no110.pdf)

Newsletter Summer 2017 (Atlantic Edition). For those cities wise enough to preserve them, heritage buildings are a unique asset; the physical manifestation of our history, they speak to who we are, where we have been and how far we have come. History grounds society, gives it roots, a sense of belonging and ownership. To eradicate our history, by commission or omission, is cultural genocide. Because they appeal to the “creative class”, as well as tourists, heritage properties are also an important economic generator. Some communities nurture, while others discard, them. Our tale of two cities looks at the impact of these two policies. Farmland prices are on the rise countrywide: we measure the impact of external demand generators on Atlantic Canadian farmers. Provincial governments in the three Maritime Provinces love to stick it to apartment tenants: we explain why.

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