In this episode of Demystifying Community Housing, we hear from Alex Hemingway, Christina Maes Nino and Steve Pomeroy, on the various challenges facing the community housing sector and how to bolster its resilience.

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This episode is part of the Demystifying Community Housing Podcast series.

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Alex Hemingway
Alex Hemingway is a Senior Economist at the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives. He received his doctorate in political science from the University of British Columbia.
Steve Pomeroy
Steve Pomeroy is an Industry Professor at McMaster University, and the Executive Advisor to the Canadian Housing Evidence Collaborative. He has 40 years of policy research experience in housing affordability, homelessness, and other urban issues.
Christina Maes Nino
Christina Maes Nino is the Executive Director of the Manitoba Non-Profit Housing Association and a long-time social housing and social policy practitioner.
Ricardo Bonjean Montrose
Ricardo Bonjean Montrose joined the IRPP in 2018. Previously he was a research assistant at the Institute of Cultural Affairs Japan in Tokyo, where he lived for two years. He holds a BA in history from the Université du Québec à Montréal, and a BA and an MA in international studies from the Université de Montréal.