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The project, entitled, “People, Places, Policies and Prospects: Affordable Rental Housing for Those in Greatest Need,” seeks to understand the role and effects of affordable rental housing in the lives of tenants in greatest need. This research is pan-Canadian in scope, involving major community-university research partnerships in and across Cape Breton (via Cape Breton University), Saskatoon (via the University of Saskatchewan) and Ottawa (via Carleton University). Collaborators, co-applicants and partner organizations are also involved from New Brunswick, British Columbia, Québec and Illinois, while some partner organizations have national mandates. The project also features an international advisory committee, with current representation from the United Kingdom and the United States. This plan is drafted in compliance with the Tri-Council Policy Statement: Ethical Conduct for Research Involving Humans (TCPS2) and the Tri-Agency Statement on Principles of Digital Data Management and was developed using the Canadian Association of Research Libraries’ Portage Data Management Plan Assistant.
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