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Minister Collenette Announces CMHC Housing Research Grants

OTTAWA, Ontario, March 13, 2003 — The Honourable David Collenette, Minister of Transport and Minister Responsible for Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC), announced today 21 Canadian researchers, will be awarded up to $25,000 each under CMHC's, External Research Program (ERP).

"The number of applications received for the ERP was the highest in a decade", said Minister Collenette. "Canadian researchers continue to put forward and carry out relevant, high quality housing research projects which contribute to solving important problems and issues affecting Canadian housing."

The ERP grants, which this year total $493,628, encourage private and non-profit sector researchers, as well as those employed in academic institutions, to put forward their ideas for investigation on housing issues. CMHC will publish the results when the studies are completed.

Successful applicants will carry out research projects in several priority areas, including: making housing more affordable, addressing Aboriginal housing needs, addressing distinct housing needs, advancing Healthy Housing™ and sustainable development, helping Canadians protect their investment in housing, improving building performance and energy efficiency, promoting housing export, exploring housing trends, and improving housing finance and market effectiveness.

Recipients of the External Research Program grants were selected by a national committee of housing experts, on the basis of merit and the quality of their proposals. The committee includes experienced researchers and practitioners in government, academic institutions, housing related professions and business.

Results of a wide range of housing research, sponsored by CMHC, may be obtained from:

Canadian Housing Information Centre
700 Montreal Road
Ottawa, Ontario
K1A 0P7

Telephone: (613) 748-2367; 1-800-668-2642
Fax: (613) 748-4069

For more information:

Gloria Neufeld Redekop,
CMHC
Telephone: (613) 748-2572
Fax: (613) 748-2402
e-mail: erp@cmhc-schl.gc.ca

Amy Butcher
Office of Minister Collenette
Telephone: (613) 991-0790

Selected Research Proposals
Propositions de recherche choisies

Name / Nom Title of research / Titre de la recherche
Habib Chaudhury
Vancouver BC
Addressing Distinct Housing Needs: An Evaluation of Seniors' Housing in the South Asian Community
Maureen Connelly
Burnaby BC
Storm Water Management and Environmental Benefits Provided by Green Roofs in Multi-Family Housing
Maureen Crawford
Waterloo ON
Assessment of the Outcomes for Habitat for Humanity Home Buyers
Thomas Crossley
Hamilton ON
A Cohort Analysis of Canadian Housing Trends
Janet Currie
New Westminster BC
Measuring the Impacts of Second Stage Housing on High Risk Women who Have Been in Conflict with the Law
Robert Dumont
Saskatoon SK
Residential Thermostat Study
Donald Figley
Saskatoon SK
Investigation of Microbial and Chemical Contaminants in Preserved Wood Foundations
John James Hamilton
Calgary AB
Long Term Performance of Slab-On-Grade Foundations in Regina, SK
Douglas Hart
Toronto ON
Understanding Multi-Residential End-Use Load Profiles
Juliet King
Stouffville ON
Online Guide to Co-operative Housing in Canada
Christopher Kinsley
Alfred ON
Field Validation of a Risk Assessment Model for Onsite Wastewater Systems
Benoît Lévesque
Beauport QC
Coccinelles asiatiques et santé humaine
Matthew MacNeil
Calgary AB
Critical Success Factors for Community Land Trusts in Canada
Terry Marshall
St. Thomas ON
Renovation and Repair Advisory Services for Homeowners/Seniors
Tania Martin
Québec QC
Recycling Catholic Convents and Religious Institutional Buildings into Affordable and Alternative Housing: Three Case Studies
Alexander McGowan
Victoria BC
Relationship Between Moisture Content and Mechanical Properties of Gypsum Sheathing
Marion Steele
Guelph ON
Assessment of a Low Income Housing Tax Credit Program for Canada
John Straube
Waterloo ON
Development of Driving Rain Maps and Loads for Canada
Haigo Tikiryan
Mississauga ON
Demonstration of an eKOCOMFORT Product in a Multi-Family Application
Ray Tomalty
Montréal QC
Smart Growth Report Card for Canada
Geneviève Vachon
Québec QC
L'adaptation du bungalow pour les soins à domicile des personnes âgées : Une évaluation post-occupationnelle

News source: Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC)

 

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