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Hamilton Neighbourhoods Study (HNS)

The Hamilton Neighbourhoods Study is a research project looking at the changes that are taking place in neighbourhoods across Hamilton, particularly in the neighbourhoods which are a part of the City's "Neighbourhood Action Strategy." We ask residents questions about what they like about their neighbourhood and what they would change, as well as questions about their daily lives and their health. Results of the study will be used to help make Hamilton’s neighbourhoods safe, happy and healthy places to live. Neighbourhood groups and the City of Hamilton can use the information to figure out what’s important in the neighbourhoods we are studying, and how the Neighbourhood Action Strategy is making a difference. Our researchers are knocking on doors in certain neighbourhoods from May 2013 until the end of autumn 2013. We will be back again in about two years to follow up with the people who did a survey with us in the past, so we can see what has changed.

Hamilton Neighbourhoods Study

The Hamilton Neighbourhoods Study is a research project looking at the changes that are taking place in neighbourhoods across Hamilton, particularly in the neighbourhoods which are a part of the City's "Neighbourhood Action Strategy." We ask residents questions about what they like about their neighbourhood and what they would change, as well as questions about their daily lives and their health.

Results of the study will be used to help make Hamilton’s neighbourhoods safe, happy and healthy places to live. Neighbourhood groups and the City of Hamilton can use the information to figure out what’s important in the neighbourhoods we are studying, and how the Neighbourhood Action Strategy is making a difference.

Our researchers are knocking on doors in certain neighbourhoods from May 2013 until the spring of 2014.  We have begun following up with people who did the a survey with us two years ago, so we can see what has changed.

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