Greg Suttor is a Senior Researcher at the Wellesley Institute, focusing primarily on housing policy and supportive housing. An independent consultant for three years, he was previously a housing researcher and policy advisor for Toronto municipal governments. He was also a policy advisor/researcher at the Ontario Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing, special task forces, and the Neighbourhood Change Research Partnership (three cities), as well as being active in provincial, national and local affordable housing organizations. He has a PhD from the University of Toronto, on the policy history and impacts of Canadian social housing. He has a strong interest in the relationships between housing policy, housing market realities, social policy, and urban well-being. He believes we can learn a lot from our own history and from comparisons to other times and places.