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ROOMING HOUSES 2017: Highlights of a study by Direction régionale de santé publique de Montréal and Direction de l’habitation de la Ville de Montréal

Topics: Built Environment Location: General, Canada

The investigation was conducted in summer 2017 and focused on rooming house residents in five central boroughs of the Ville de Montréal: Côte‑des‑Neiges–Notre‐Dame‐de‐Grâce, Le Sud‐Ouest, Ville‐Marie, Rosemont–La Petite‑Patrie and Mercier–Hochelaga‑Maisonneuve. Of the 125 rooming houses listed in these areas, 52 or them were selected at random to form the participant sample. In total, 274 roomers answered a questionnaire on their housing conditions, health condition and residential background. The response rate was 75% (274/364). 
 
This document is available in English through a collaboration between the NCCEH and the Direction régionale de santé publique du CIUSSS du Centre-Sud-de-l'Île-de-Montréal, with funding support from the Public Health Agency of Canada. The document was originally written in French.  

Publication DateMar 29, 2019
Posted by NCCEHMar 29, 2019