John Flanders works
 
John Flanders was born in London England where he studied architecture before immigrating to Canada in 1956. He was in private architectural practice in Ottawa, joining the faculty of Carleton University in 1970. After twenty years, he retired in 1990 as Emeritus Professor of Architecture. Since then he has been active as a housing consultant, a freelance photojournalist, a filmmaker and a community activist. He was a founding member of the Toronto Dollar, a community currency. Now in retirement, he and his partner Lesley share their time between Canterbury in England, and Toronto.

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