COMMUNITY IMPROVEMENT

RESEARCH REPORTS

Community Researchers and its academic partners conduct many projects each year at no cost.

Studies are conducted by groups of students, faculty members, and professional researchers.  

All reports published on this site and available at no cost.  Visit our Call for Proposals page to submit an application.

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2021 Gardens Ottawa Report

Client:  Gardens Ottawa

Description:  Survey of Ottawa area residents regarding awareness and opinions of public gardens and garden tourism

Research leads:  Gabrielle Milette and Josh Bodenstein

Institutional Partner:  The BRIDGE at University of Toronto Scarborough Campus

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2021 Music Festival Travel Intentions

Client:  TD Toronto Jazz Festival

Description:  Survey of past music festival attendees regarding travel intentions and interest in feature attractions

Research lead:  Marcella Xavier

Institutional Partner:  Centennial College School of Hospitality, Tourism, and Culinary Arts

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2021 Post-Pandemic Large Events Survey

Client:  Canadian National Exhibition

Description:  Survey of 450 previous large event attendees regarding intentions on returning to live events.

Research lead:  Ana Nunez

Institutional Partner:  Centennial College School of Tourism, Hospitality, and Culinary Arts

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2021 Port Hope Youth Needs Report

Client:  Municipality of Port Hope

Description:  Survey and focus group of area youth regarding local programs.  Includes recommendations.

Research lead:  Caroline Hummell

Institutional Partner:  Brock University Centre for Sport Capacity

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2021 SAMHI Varsity Mental Health Coordinator Study

Client:  Student-Athlete Mental Health Initiative (SAMHI)

Description:  Examination of the role of varsity mental health providers and demonstration of benefits provided.

Research lead:  Tess Armstrong

Institutional Partner:  Brock University Centre for Sport Capacity