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Wellesley Institute and York U looking for research participants for St. James Town study of immigrant women’s pathways to health care services

Wellesley Institute and York University's Faculty of Health are partnering in a study of the health care needs (physical and emotional) of immigrant women Continue Reading…

Canada’s densest neighbourhood, St. James Town, to possibly get new condos

A mega-development proposal in a small section of North St. James Town has many residents, community organizations, and city planners concerned about Continue Reading…

Youth Community Voice – Photos

Thank you for joining us last night for our exhibition of photography and stories from St. James Town youth!  The display featured aspects of the neighbourhood Continue Reading…

Youth Community Voice Forum & Exposition

We invite you to SEE, HEAR, and JOIN the voices of St. James Town youth residents speaking out about their neighbourhood and its implications for their health! Continue Reading…

Know Your Rights – A Public Legal Education Film

Know Your Rights is a public legal education film that aims to provide people, and particularly youth from Jane-Finch, with: basic information about their Continue Reading…

Wellesley Institute’s Participation in the St. James Town Festival (With Pictures!)

The St. James Town Festival (Saturday, June 5th) was a huge hit, with hundreds of visitors and great representation from community groups and politicians Continue Reading…

SEXPRESS Forum: Intricacies of Newcomer Youth Sexual Health Care Preferences

The Toronto Teen Survey’s new release, Newcomer and Longer-Term Immigrant Youth Bulletin, reports on how immigrant youth access sexual health information Continue Reading…

A Diagnosis for Equity: An Initial Analysis of South Asian Health Inequities in Ontario

South Asian communities experience vast health inequities resulting in disproportionately poor health outcomes when compared with non-racialized and other Continue Reading…