PhD Student position in energy poverty research in the Department of Geography at McGill University. One graduate student opportunity is available at the PhD level in the Department of Geography...Read More
Research at the interface of housing, community, health, policy, and practice
The Canada Research Chair in Housing, Community, and Health is based at the Institute for Health and Social Policy and in the Department of Geography at McGill University. Led by Prof. Mylène Riva, the team’s research investigates housing as a social determinant of health. Research in the CRC examines housing conditions, interventions, programs, and policies, as well as the wider community context in which they are embedded for their health and well-being impacts in Inuit, First Nations, remote, rural, and urban settings.
New Paper Explores the Effects of Resource Extraction on Indigenous Peoples’ Health in Canada
Congratulations to lab member Ella Myette and Prof. Riva for their recent publication in The Extractive Industries and Society, “Surveying the complex social-ecological pathways between resource extraction and Indigenous Peoples’...Read More
Congratulations to Hannah Brais and Sophie Kingunza Makasi
We are pleased to announce that team members Hannah Brais and Sophie Kingunza Makasi have been awarded scholarships to support their graduate research. Hannah received the Joseph-Armand Bombardier Canada Graduate...Read More