The McMaster Decision Science Laboratory and the Hamilton Council On Aging invite you to fill out a short survey (five questions to know you a little, such as your age and how often you walk outside) and play a game online to help a team at McMaster understand how pedestrians and cyclists use information on road safety to make route choices. The online game (played from your home computer) combines time to go from point A to point B and safety in arriving at point B.
Completing the game and survey will not take more than 25 minutes of your time (20 for the game and 5 for the survey), will be fun to do, and will help the team understanding how improved safety could lead more road users to walk or ride.
If you are interested and are at least 18 year-old, please click on the following link: https://www.decisiongame.ca/grignon.
To compensate you for your time and as a token of our appreciation for your help, we will be pleased to send you, via email, a $15 Tim Hortons electronic gift card. The data will be collected anonymously and your name or contact information will not be connected to your answers to the survey or your performance on the game.
This study has been reviewed by the McMaster University Research Ethics Board and received ethics clearance. If you have concerns or questions about your rights as a participant or about the way the study is conducted, please contact: McMaster Research Ethics Secretariat, Telephone: (905) 525-9140 ext. 23142 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
In recognition of Seniors Month in June, the City of Hamilton, in partnership with Cable 14, will be hosting a 3-day event on June 16th, 17th and 18th at 4 pm. The “Aging Well in Hamilton” Event will offer various presentations, demos and entertainment for 60 minutes each day.
Judy Shepalo, leader of Cohousing Hamilton, presents an update about our intentional community’s progress toward incorporation and seeking a site. She also discusses formation of a new, related group seeking a home for co-ownership (multiple owners of a single, renovated home).
Kathleen Livingston, member of Cohousing Hamilton, describes Sociocracy, the governance model adopted by the group – based on listening to all voices and agreement by consent (in contrast to majority or consensus).
Click below to see the official youtube channel of the Hamilton Family Health Team. The HFHT, located in downtown Hamilton, is the largest Family Health Team in Ontario, serving more than 280,000 patients.
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