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Update on the FRESHER Project

Update on the FRESHER Project

The FRESHER (Food Retail Environment Study for Health & Economic Resiliency) project has served an important role to document and record the trials and tribulations of the food retail and hospitality sector during the COVID-19 pandemic. Between lockdowns and changes in consumer behaviour, many in the sector have been devasted and forced to close, causing […]

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HEAL Alumni Profile: Malcolm Little

Malcolm Little share his work, research, and graduate experience with the HEAL. Malcolm started in the HEAL in 2018 as a Masters student supervised by Dr. Jason Gilliland. He worked on the Spatial Temporal Environment and Activity Monitoring (STEAM) project with his thesis focusing on a novel spatiotemporal examination of children’s accessibility, exposure, and engagement […]

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Malcolm Little Successfully Defends His MSc Thesis

The HEAL would like to congratulate Malcolm Little who successfully defended his thesis under the supervision of Dr. Jason Gilliland in 2020. Spatial Temporal Environment and Activity Monitoring Malcolm Little successfully defended his MSc thesis titled A Novel Spatiotemporal Examination of Children’s Accessibility, Exposure, and Engagement to Parks and Recreation Spaces in Middlesex-London, Ontario. Malcolm […]

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