Four fact sheets from La Chaire de recherche du Canada Approches communautaires et inégalités de santé (CACIS) presenting the findings of literature reviews on housing, the food environment, community life and sustainable mobility.
This curated list developed jointly by the NCCDH and National Collaborating Centre for Infectious Diseases (NCCID) highlights resources that support public health planning and intervention to address tuberculosis (TB) risk and control in homeless shelter settings.
The Built Environment: Understanding how physical environments influence the health and well-being of First Nations peoples living on-reserve
This document looks at how living conditions on-reserve for First Nations peoples are influenced by current and historical barriers that negatively impact their health, physical and social environments, and ways that communities and health care providers can work together to overcome them.
This report offers research results from Ontario-based initiative RentSafe, a project that seeks to address the underlying circumstances that contribute to unhealthy housing and identify potential solutions and actions that will lead to healthy housing for all.
This summary document provides an overview of recent work by RentSafe, a program under the Canadian Partnership for Children’s Health and the Environment (CPCHE), including recent findings and recommendations that can inform public health action on housing as a social determinant of health.