Communities across Ontario are urgently looking for affordable housing solutions, and are looking to Provincial and Federal governments for responding to the housing crunch. In this episode, Dr. Sean Meades shares the history of Monterey Gardens, a Sault Ste. Marie neighborhood that was built after World War 2 for returning veterans and their families. Wartime Housing Limited (now Canada Mortgage & Housing Corp) led the initiative to meet Canada's housing needs, and a local factory built standardized and inexpensive prefabricated materials for home construction. Monterey Gardens is one of six neighborhoods across Sault Ste. Marie that were recently designated "Locally Significant Areas" in the City's new official plan. In this Episode Peter Tonazzo (Senior Planner with the City of Sault Ste. Marie), Amy Boyer (Communications Manager for NORDIK Institute), and Jami Van Haaften (Chair of the Municipal Heritage Committee) take a walk through Monterey Gardens.