The Healthy City Movement Initiative in Canadian Provinces

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The Healthy City Movement Initiative in Canadian Provinces
Introduction
The Canadian government has sought to address the social determinants of health to improve the health condition of the Canadian population. The government acknowledged the significance of the social determinants of health and adopted The World Health Organization’s (WHO) health city and community approach to strengthen health promotion and population health activities. Health City approach places value on the significant of well-being and health in the decision-making and activities of cities. The approach enables the city to be assessed and strategically planned to improve the health of disadvantaged individuals.
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