health & the built environment


We are grateful to the funders and to the research participants.

Funding for the research was provided first by the Atlantic Networks for Health Promotion, Nova Scotia Community Counts, and Halifax United Way. Later research has been supported by the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada and the Canadian Institutes for Health Research.  Nova Scotia Health and Wellness is a partner in the research.

Additional support was provided by Dalhousie University.

Student research assistants employed in this work included: