This innovation-driven competition asks Canadians to identify novel sources of data and analytical mechanisms that can improve our understanding of our physical built environments in order to promote healthy living and improved health outcomes in our neighbourhoods.
There exist many links between the physical built environment and the health of citizens. As a society, it’s our responsibility to design neighbourhoods that allow for healthy choices to be the easier choices. We will be featuring a variety of speakers from diverse backgrounds to share their perspectives including public health, urban planning, research and the private sector.
Learn more and reserve your spot for this event here.