Sara Edge
Sara Edge
Associate Professor, Department of Geography & Environmental Studies, Toronto Metropolitan
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Discrimination and the health of immigrants and refugees: exploring Canada’s evidence base and directions for future research in newcomer receiving countries
S Edge, B Newbold
Journal of immigrant and minority health 15, 141-148, 2013
Exploring socio-cultural factors that mediate, facilitate, & constrain the health and empowerment of refugee youth
S Edge, KB Newbold, M McKeary
Social Science & Medicine 117, 34-41, 2014
Place-based local governance and sustainable communities: lessons from Canadian biosphere reserves
S Edge, ML McAllister
Journal of environmental planning and management 52 (3), 279-295, 2009
Discrimination in the doctor’s office: Immigrants and refugee experiences
G Pollock, KB Newbold, G Lafrenière, S Edge
Critical Social Work 13 (2), 2012
“If I had a regular bicycle, I wouldn’t be out riding anymore”: Perspectives on the potential of e-bikes to support active living and independent mobility among older adults in …
SJ Leger, JL Dean, S Edge, JM Casello
Transportation research part A: policy and practice 123, 240-254, 2019
Exploring e‐bikes as a mode of sustainable transport: A temporal qualitative study of the perspectives of a sample of novice riders in a Canadian city
S Edge, J Dean, M Cuomo, S Keshav
The Canadian Geographer/Le Géographe canadien 62 (3), 384-397, 2018
Double burden of rural migration in Canada? Considering the social determinants of health related to immigrant settlement outside the Cosmopolis
A Patel, J Dean, S Edge, K Wilson, E Ghassemi
International journal of environmental research and public health 16 (5), 678, 2019
Exploring diverse lived experiences in the Smart City through Creative Analytic Practice
S Edge, K Boluk, M Groulx, M Quick
Cities 96, 2020
Shifting gears on sustainable transport transitions: Stakeholder perspectives on e-bikes in Toronto, Canada
S Edge, J Goodfield, J Dean
Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions 36, 197-208, 2020
Pursuing dignified food security through novel collaborative governance initiatives: Perceived benefits, tensions and lessons learned
S Edge, S Meyer
Social Science & Medicine 232, 77-85, 2019
The socio-spatial (re) configuration of legitimacy, knowledge, and practice in chemical risk governance: integrating boundary-work and scale-frame analytics
S Edge, J Eyles
Environmental Politics 23 (2), 282-301, 2014
Message in a bottle: claims disputes and the reconciliation of precaution and weight-of-evidence in the regulation of risks from Bisphenol A in Canada
S Edge, J Eyles
Health, risk & society 15 (5), 432-448, 2013
Perceptions of discrimination in health services experienced by immigrant minorities in Ontario
G Pollock, B Newbold, G Lafrenière, S Edge
Welcoming Communities Initiative, 2011
Contested governmentalities: NGO enrollment and influence over chemical risk governance rationales and practices
S Edge, J Eyles
Environmental Policy and Governance 25 (3), 188-200, 2015
Procedural environmental (in)justice at multiple scales: Examining immigrant advocacy for improved living conditions
S Edge, EL Brown, S Ghosh, AM Murnaghan
Local Environment, 2020
Challenges to evidence-based health promotion: a case study of a Food Security Coalition in Ontario, Canada
SB Meyer, SS Edge, J Beatty, S Leatherdale, C Perlman, J Dean, ...
Health promotion international 33 (5), 760-769, 2018
Responses to electric bikes (e-bikes) amongst stakeholders and decision-makers with influence on transportation reform in Toronto, Canada
S Edge, J Goodfield
Canadian Transportation Research Forum, May 28-31, Winnipeg, 2017
What is the future of public space? Hidden stories of immigrant suburbs during a global pandemic
ZC Zhuang, S Edge, J Dean
The Town Planning Review 92 (2), 229-237, 2021
“Reengineering” Residential care facilities: A case study of hamilton, ontario
S Edge, R Wilton
Canadian Journal of Community Mental Health 28 (1), 137-149, 2009
FROM CLASSROOMS TO BOARDROOMS: Applying a multi-scale coordinated approach to an anti-racist future for the Canadian planning system
J Dean, ZC Zhuang, S Edge
Plan Canada 61 (4), 21-24, 2021
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