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The Wellesley Institute is moving – seven days to our bigger, better, brighter offices!

The Wellesley Institute is moving on June 6 to our bigger, better and brighter offices on Alcorn Avenue. The move isn't entirely voluntary - we had to leave our Continue Reading…

Collective impact: Engaging big numbers on complex and dynamic social issues

The Wellesley Institute’s Rick Blickstead and Michael Shapcott joined almost 100 community leaders – including representatives from United Way in Toronto Continue Reading…

Canada's first conference for women and homelessness a success

By Susan Scott “Their time is up,” said the woman on the podium to thunderous applause. “All workers should be made to get three quotes on a bed with Continue Reading…

False projections about Canada’s health care spending threaten to overwhelm critical health equity issues

False, straight-line projections about future growth in health care spending are distracting Canadians from the real challenges facing our health care system. Continue Reading…

Ontario’s Social Innovation Wiki launched at provincial summit

The Wellesley Institute’s Rick Blickstead and Michael Shapcott joined about 200 other leaders from the non-profit, private and academic sectors for the Continue Reading…

International Nursing Day 2011: Closing the gap, increasing access and equity

May 12 is celebrated as International Nursing Day (it’s the birthday of nursing pioneer Florence Nightingale). The Geneva-basedInternational Council of Continue Reading…

Used office furniture available

The Wellesley Institute is moving to new offices, and we have some surplus desks, chairs and other office furniture. The used furniture is available on an “as Continue Reading…

WCH pioneering health practice lives on in updated HIV and rehabilitation manual

The Wellesley Institute is proud to trace our legacy through the former Wellesley Central Hospital – and the hospital continues to live on through its Continue Reading…

‘Scary’ income inequality on rise in Canada and other rich economies: New OECD report

Research from the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) released earlier this week indicates that income inequality continues to grow Continue Reading…

Voices from the Street: Canada's homeless women

Author Susan Scott is our guest blogger this week. In the lead up to the All Our Sister’s conference happening in London, ON May 9-12, Susan shares some Continue Reading…