^^ well colombia's current president is doing a lot to make those places better, crime has lowered to an all time low(sometimes decreased by more than 90%), and improving transportation and infrastructure
The government will try to save you with welfare payments.
Regent Park, Toronto
Regent Park in Toronto is one of Canada's most culturally diverse neighbourhoods and thrives with a strong sense of community spirit. Approximately 12,000 people live Regent Park and surrounding area. Over 50% of the population is children 18 years or younger (compared to the Toronto average of about 30%). While the percentage of Torontonians living under the Statistics Canada Low Income Cut-Off Rate was 21.1% in 1995, the number of Regent Park residents living under the LICO is higher.
There are about 2,500 units in Regent Park spread across 69 acres of land. All 69 acres is social housing. There is only one small building which contains a variety store, a small counter restaurant, and a laundromat. This building is the only privately owned building within the boundaries of Regent Park.
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