A selective bibliography on healthy communities
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This bibliography is designed to cover urban-based health promotion, and in particular the WHO Healthy Cities Project (1987-1992) and its Canadian counterpart, the Healthy Communities Project. The work was part of a sabbatical project carried out under leave granted by the University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Sask., during the 1988-89 academic year, under the auspices of the Institute of Urban Studies, University of Winnipeg, Manitoba.
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Shindruk, Cheryl; Carter, Tom (Institute of Urban Studies, 1991-01-01)This bibliography was compiled to assist people who are interested in and working on Aboriginal issues. It will be particularly useful for those involved in research, policy development and program design, delivery and ...
Klos, Nancy; Douchant, Christian; Jopling, David (Institute of Urban Studies, 1996-01-01)Urban planning remains one of the biggest challenges and opportunities for cities and citizens alike, with broad implications for living conditions and the surrounding environment. The City of Winnipeg has been confronted ...
Beavis, Mary Ann (Institute of Urban Studies, 1995-01-01)The study of housing and ethnicity is part of the urban literature on residential segregation and racial discrimination in Canada. It also belongs to the larger body of research on the Canadian ethnic mosaic. The results ...