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In the wake of urban revitalization projects in Sherbrooke, notably in the city's downtown area, the main objective of the CENTRe-Ville Équitable et en Santé (CentrÉS) study is to better understand how the physical and social environment of Sherbrooke neighbourhoods can influence neighbourhood sense of belonging, social ties and well-being among young adults. The project also aims to determine whether these elements differ between different social groups.

Phase 1 of questionnaire recruitment is complete. A big thank you to the 1450 people who answered the call!

Stay tuned for the next stages of the research!

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  • Sherbrooke Youth-Employment Hub

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