When an old area of a city is to be demolished to make way for a new low-rental housing development, is there anything that the residents can do to protect their own interests? This film, produced in 1968, airs such a situation in the Little Burgundy district of Montréal. It shows how citizens organized themselves into a committee that made effective representations to City Hall and influenced the housing policy.
Âge 12 à 18 ans
Histoire et éducation à la citoyenneté - Modernisation de la société québécoise (1929-1980)
Sciences humaines - Politiques et programmes sociaux
Éthique et culture religieuse - Valeurs morales