Precarious Employment in Rural Ontario

Posted on Friday, May 12th, 2017

In collaboration with colleagues from around Ontario and OMAFRA, the School of Environmental Design and Rural Development's Dr. Lauzon and Rural Studies PhD student Valencia Gaspard are pursuing a project reviewing the impacts of precarious employment on the social, emotional and physical health of rural communities in Ontario. This project's outcomes will be useful in crafting rural policy and programs, mitigating the negative impact of precarious employment trends, and better understanding holistic community health.

See the Ontario Agricultural College featured news article here describing their team's investigation into precarious employment in rural Ontario.

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