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…more than roads, sewers, stores and schools.
Healthy and vibrant communities need social infrastructure.
United Way York Region visited the neighbourhoods that will experience ongoing growth in the coming decades: East Gwillimbury, Newmarket, Vaughan, Markham and Richmond Hill.
Click here to access the findings from our five-part community dialogues series, which asked the question: “how do we build social infrastructure in the face of ongoing growth?” Watch the video here.
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