By way of an introduction, we are volunteers who belong to a not-for-profit organization: Tiny Town Association. At this time, the Association does not have a staff or any member receiving remuneration for his/her work. The only indemnification is the satisfaction from his/her contribution.
Our objective is to develop “Tiny Towns” across Canada that offer legal places for those wanting a tiny home lifestyle, as well as supporting men and women seeking innovative affordable housing options that complement their way of life.
It has been brought to our attention that your Program has in its curriculum projects such as the one we are proposing.
The research design of the study should be descriptive. The Primary data collected from governments' involvement in their provision of housing for their citizens comes from information associated with programs aimed at meeting the need for shelter. The Secondary data is gained from the websites of the Tiny Town Association and other websites of interested individuals and groups.
Following the collection of information, an analysis takes place and that should produce pertinent findings to be included in the study. The students working on the project could follow their own outline. A suggested outline, however, could be something like this:
A Comparative Study on the proposed Supply of Affordable Housing by the Tiny Town Association with its Industrial Competitors
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