Perceptions of Change Project




Ramos, Howard. 2018. Global News Halifax. Interviewed by Andrea Dion (May 10).

Ramos, Howard. 2018. The Sheldon MacLeod Show. (May 3).

Ramos, Howard. 2018. "How People in the HRM View Development & Construction." Global Halifax, Interviewed by Paul Brothers (April 10).

Ramos, Howard. 2018. CBC Information Morning with Norma Lee MacLeod (April 5).

Ramos, Howard. 2018. "Étude sur le développement des villes de l'Atlantique." Radio-Canada Acadie. Interviewed by Caroline Lévesque (April 5).

Ramos, Howard. 2018. CTV Morning Live. Interviewed by Kelly Linehan (April 5).

Ramos, Howard. 2018. Global News Moncton. (7m30s, April 4).

Ramos, Howard. 2018. "Survey Says Haligonians Open to Construction." Global News Halifax. Interviewed by Steve Silva (April 4).

Ramos, Howard. 2018. The Sheldon MacLeod Show. (April 4).

Newspaper Articles and Op-Eds

Devet, Robert. 2018. "Halifax's Shifting Landscape of Wealth and Poverty." The Nova Scotia Advocate (May 7).

Halef, Chris. 2018. "Report Shows Halifax Has Some Work To Do On Income Inequality." Halifax Today (May 4).

Taylor, Roger. 2018. "Survey: Halifax Residents OK with Construction, Concerned New Buildings will Hurt Housing Affordability." Halifax Chronicle Herald (April 4).

Yarr, Kevin. 2018. "Charlottetown Welcoming to New Immigrants, Study Finds." CBC PEI (April 4).

Ramos, Howard and Junichiro Koji. 2017. "Halifax, Hakodate share 35 years." Halifax Chronicle Herald (December 27 online, December 28 print).

Bresge, Adina. 2016. "Halifax for Change: New Study Suggests Residents Like Development Happening in City." Metro News Halifax. (December 20).

Ramos, Howard. 2016. "Myth Busting in Nova Scotia." New Canadian Media (February 16).

Ramos, Howard; Yoko Yoshdida and Madine VanderPlaat. "Immigrants Thrive in Bluenose Country." Halifax Chronicle Herald. (December 11).

Ramos, Howard. 2012. "Sharing Irving's Opportunity Starts Here." The Coast. (November 1).

Magazine Articles

Ramos, Howard. 2016. "Immigrants Do Well in Nova Scotia and Provide Opportunities for Business." Business Voice. (May) 25(4): 24.

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