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Anchored in hope: How Toronto is learning from Cleveland’s return to prosperity

After decades of economic and social despair that once saw it named the poorest big city in America, Cleveland has become a model of revitalization, thanks to a unique “anchor strategy” that harnesses the immense wealth and power of the city’s public institutions. Now, Toronto is taking a hard look at how the Comeback City’s done it.

Publication date: 2015-04-17
Parent publication: The Toronto Star
Publication URL: Anchored in hope: How Toronto is learning from Cleveland’s return to prosperity
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