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Dealing With Urban Health Crises: Responses To Cuts To The Interim Federal Health Program

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Dealing with Urban Health Crises: Responses to Cuts to the Interim Federal Health Program was presented to  the International Conference on Urban Health, Continue Reading…

Seeking Higher Ground Towards Healthier City-Building: Part Two

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Gradual changes in our physical environments, including the dominance of low-density, car-oriented sprawling suburban neighbourhoods in North America, have Continue Reading…

Seeking Higher Ground Towards Healthier City-Building: Part One

Getting To Know The Built Environment As A Complex System

Gradual changes in our physical environments, including the dominance of low-density, car-oriented sprawling suburban neighbourhoods in North America, have Continue Reading…

The Spatial Trap: Exploring Equitable Access To Public Transit

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Inequitable access to transportation reinforces the systemic social exclusion and economic inequalities that underlie health inequities. Transportation that Continue Reading…

Poverty Is A Health Issue

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Poverty Is A Health Issue: Wellesley Institute Submission On The Ontario Poverty Reduction Strategy Living on a low income affects people’s lives in many Continue Reading…

Action and Research: Community-Based Research at The Wellesley Institute

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Community-based research or community-based participatory research (CBR or CBPR) is guided by the core principles of collaboration and partnership where Continue Reading…

Between Health And Place: Understanding The Built Environment

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Despite the long history shared by city-building and health, one particularly important and interesting piece of the urban puzzle, the built environment, Continue Reading…

Community Health Impacts Of A Toronto Casino

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The Wellesley Institute deputed to the Board of Health in November 2012 about the population health impacts of problem gambling. Our health equity impact Continue Reading…

Casinos and Your Health Flip Sheet

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While much attention has been given to the potential economic and social costs the construction of a casino could have on the City of Toronto, health issues Continue Reading…

The Real Cost of Casinos: A Health Equity Impact Assessment

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Over recent months, there has been much conversation about the possibility of a casino being built in the City of Toronto. The debate has largely focused on the Continue Reading…