Month: July 2019

A Brief Look at Montreal’s Active Living Environment

A Brief Look at Montreal’s Active Living Environment

The Canadian Active Living Environments Measure (‘Can-ALE’) is Canada’s first freely accessible measure of the favourability of active living environments, or ‘walkability’. The dataset contains several measures of the active living friendliness of Canadian neighbourhoods – structural support for walking, cycling, public transport and other […]

Group Members Travel to Queenstown, New Zealand for IMGS 2019

Group Members Travel to Queenstown, New Zealand for IMGS 2019

In early July, Geo-SDH researchers Sarah Mah, Clara Kaufmann, and Andrew Stevenson traveled to New Zealand to present their research at the 18th International Medical Geography Symposium (IMGS). Sarah’s presentation showcased her work on a forthcoming international study examining physical activity patterns and active living environments using survey data […]