Charles-Antoine Rouyer is a freelance writer and broadcaster specialized in Health & Environment, Sustainability and Travel (including Urban Health, Sustainable Cities, Urban Ecology and Ecotourism).

. Charles-Antoine has been contributing to several local and national media outlets (print, radio, TV, Internet). He has collaborated with Radio-Canada (French CBC), local Toronto and national radio, as well as with CBC radio and television, TfO, Ontario’s French TV channel, Le Devoir daily newspaper in Montreal, Corporate Knights magazine, Canadian Architect magazine, Toronto's French weekly L'Express retail finance trade magazine Objectif Conseiller and Elle Québec, as well as France dailies Libération and Ouest France. Charles-Antoine was also published in Virages: la nouvelle en revue (French language short-stories).

Charles-Antoine has won (collectively) the Prix Thomas-Baillairgé of the Bureau de l'Ordre des architectes du Québec (2000) to the page Formes, Le Devoir (Montreal daily) as a regular contributor between 1996 and 2001 to this design/architecture section.

. Charles-Antoine is also course director at York University, teaching a Communication, Health and Environment course, in the Health & Environment Studies program, Multidisciplinary Department, Glendon College, York University, since 2004/2005.

. Charles-Antoine serves on the Board of directors of the Ontario Healthy Communities Coalition. He is also a member of the steering committee of the Healthier Cities and Communities Hub, at the Dalla Lana School of Public Health of the University of Toronto.

. As a public speaker, Charles-Antoine has presented at the 2007 and 2008 International Urban Health Conference. In 2007, he has guest lectured at the graduate level at McMaster University (Engineering and Sustainability) and was a guest speaker at the University of Toronto, Health & Environment Seminars Series. In February 2008, Charles-Antoine was a speaker for the City of Toronto Public Health Department, Planning and Policy Directorate (internal training seminar).

. Charles-Antoine holds a multidisciplinary Master of Environmental Studies (MES) from York University, Toronto, Canada (1998), specializing in Urban Environmental Health Journalism (Healthy Cities).

Charles-Antoine has received a B.A. in Economics (minor in Psychology) from Glendon College, York University (1990), journalism training from Ryerson Polytechnic University (Continuing Education) as well as organizational behavior and psychology training from the University of Toronto.

. Born and raised in Bordeaux, France, Charles-Antoine currently lives in Toronto, Canada, where he has now spent over half of his life.

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