Housing, Community & Family Well-Being Final Report

Housing, Community & Family Well-Being Final Report

Housing, Community & Family Well-Being Final Report

Housing, Community & Family Well-Being Final Reports

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Référence bibliographique [1509]

Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC). 2009. Housing, Community & Family Well-Being Final Report. Vancouver: Gouvernement du Canada, Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation.

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1. Objectifs


Intentions :
« This research focussed on gaining a better understanding of the extent to which issues related to family well-being are ‘on the radar’ of local governments. This research also examined the range of different policies and strategies adopted by local governments to respond to the needs of families in their communities. » (p. i)

2. Méthode


Échantillon/Matériau :
« The survey was sent to municipalities with populations of more than 10,000 residents. » (p. i) « In total, 30 municipalities responded to the survey including 13 municipalities from Ontario, 9 from British Columbia, 2 from Newfoundland, Quebec and Saskatchewan and 1 from Nova Scotia and New Brunswick. » (p. 16)

Instruments :
Sondage

Type de traitement des données :
Analyse statistique

3. Résumé


« The study included an examination of the housing and research literature, and an electronic survey of municipalities of different sizes from across Canada. While the response rate was lower than desired, the feedback received provides important insights into the importance that municipalities place on housing and the role that housing plays in promoting and supporting family well-being. The study findings also reinforce the importance of partnerships across all levels of government (Federal, Provincial and municipal) in putting into place effective strategies for responding to the needs of vulnerable families and citizens. The study findings also draw attention to the importance of partnerships and suggest that there is a significant level of innovation happening in local communities. » (p. i)