Monthly Archives: June 2022

New Study: Junk Food Accessibility After 10 Years of a Restrictive Food Environment Zoning Policy Around Schools

New Study: Junk Food Accessibility After 10 Years of a Restrictive Food Environment Zoning Policy Around Schools

A team of researchers led by Lindsey Soon with Jason Gilliland and Leia Minaker recently published an article entitled: “Junk Food Accessibility After 10 Years of a Restrictive Food Environment Zoning Policy Around Schools.” Zoning has been proposed as a way of reducing unhealthy food access for youth, but little research has evaluated outcomes of […]

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HEALYAC 2021-2022 Year End Review

On June 9th, 2021, the HEALYAC 2021-2022 had their final meeting. The HEAL is very grateful for the council members and everything that they have contributed to the lab. HEALYAC members’ perspectives and opinions are very valuable in the HEAL’s aim to conduct research that doesn’t just work ON youth, but WITH and FOR youth. […]

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Jason Gilliland receives CAG Award for Scholarly Distinction in Geography

Congratulations to Jason Gilliland (Professor, Dept of Geography & Environment) for winning the prestigious Award for Scholarly Distinction in Geography from the Canadian Association of Geographers (CAG)! The purpose of the award is to recognize a member of the CAG for outstanding scholarly work in geography either in the form of sustained contributions over many […]

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