Rooted in the premise that everyone deserves a life out of poverty, this compendium of writings offers considerations for policy makers and governments to inform next steps in testing basic income and rethinking welfare in Ontario.
This resource (in English) from the British Columbia Centre for Disease Control offers tools, information and practice guidance to support environmental public health (EPH) practitioners as they take action on health equity.
This user guide describes a set of indicators that can be used to assess and demonstrate actions being taken by public health organizations in working towards health equity.
The fourth edition of Health Promotion in Canada builds on the historical, theoretical and practice contexts of the first three versions with new themes on how intersectionality, anti-racism, participatory approaches, digital media, intervention research, critical reflection and ecological perspectives relate to health promotion.
Healthy built environment linkages toolkit: Making the links between design, planning and health, version 2.0
The British Columbia Centre for Disease Control’s Healthy Built Environment Linkages Toolkit synthesizes current research on five core “features” of the built environment and addresses how these features influence population health.