The Neighbourhood Ties of Long-term Residents in Lower-income Neighbourhoods

Articles and reports: 11F0019M2023004

Description: This paper examines the social ties that Canadians have in their neighbourhoods, identified in terms of their social contact with neighbours, trust in people in their neighbourhood, and sense of inclusion and belonging. Long-term residents in lower-income neighbourhoods are of particular interest. Supports and resources derived from local ties may be particularly important for this group, given generally modest economic resources and sociodemographic characteristics such as health, household composition and age.
Issue Number: 2023004
Frequency: Occasional
Author(s): Stick, Max; Schellenberg, Grant; MacIsaac, Samuel
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