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The Collaboratory for Research on Urban Neighbourhoods, Community Health and Housing (CRUNCH) is a cluster of research equipment and facilities and a network of affiliated researchers. Housed at McMaster University, CRUNCH is dedicated to examining the complex interactions between housing, neighbourhoods and health. Along with our partners in government, the charitable and nonprofit sectors, community groups, and industry, we collaborate on a number of studies that seek to understand neighbourhood-level, population-based health and child development their social determinants.   [More]




September 4, 2014. - Job Opportunity!  Computer-Assisted Telephone Interviewing (CATI) Room Coordinator

August 21, 2014. "Can Hamilton become age- friendly?" Read the third in a series of Hamilton Spectator Commentaries, co-authored by Terry Cooke of the Hamilton Community Foundation, and Dr. Dunn, director of CRUNCH.

July 3, 2014. Read Dr. Dunn's Commentary. The second Hamilton Spectator Commentary, co-written with Terry Cooke of the Hamilton Community Foundation, "We need to grow up and not out."

May 22, 2014. Dr. Dunn's Commentary in the Hamilton Spectator. Along with Terry Cooke of the Hamilton Community Foundation, "A decade of focused action will deliver for Hamilton."

May 2, 2014 - Release of the Keith Neighbourhood Reports! Read the Interim Report and Community Update of the Keith Neighbourhood Action Plan

April 28, 2014 - Release of the Transitions to Home (T2H) evaluation. Learn about the T2H program, and read the Full Report and the Summary Report.

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