Michel Durand-Wood's piece on the return on investment on a public toilet facility is very timely and applicable to larger cities like Medicine Hat, Calgary, Edmonton, Vancouver, Winnipeg, Toronto, etc., that are grappling with unhoused populations with complex needs.
The middle section of the article is solid on the idea that small bets resulting in failures are a feature and not a flaw in the city of Winnipeg's approach to tackling this problem.
This is a fantastic example of the 4 step approach to public investment.
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