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Urban parks offer breath of fresh air for improved health
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29 May 2012
On 29 May 2012 CBC News reported:
Toronto's 1,500 urban parks and 12 per cent of surface devoted to green space was cited by the University College London and the Lancet Commission on Healthy Cities as an example of how urban planning can deliver green infrastructure to support physical activity, social encounters, and engagement with nature.
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