On November 23rd, 2016, over 60 participants convened at McMaster University’s David Braley Health Sciences Centre, in Hamilton, Ontario to attend the RentSafe Roundtable.Read More
Congratulations to CEHE’s Rachel Hayton, one of only 24 Queen’s students who received a 2016 Undergraduate Student Summer Research Fellowship. Rachel presented a poster on her research experience, “RentSafe: An Intersectional Approach to Improve Housing Experience and Support for Low-Income Tenants“.Read More
Presentation by Erica Phipps at the Graduate Student Research Showcase at Queen’s University, co-hosted by the School of Graduate Studies and Nobel Laureate, Dr. Arthur McDonald.
Kingston, October 15, 2016. The work I want to share with you starts with the living conditions of people in low-income rental housing in rural and urban communities across Ontario.
by Kathryn Laferriere The Canadian Partnership for Children’s Health & Environment (CPCHE), a long time CEHE collaborator, is leading an ambitious initiative that aims to address housing-related environmental health risks for low-income populations. The focus will be on low-income tenants…Read More