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Building on a Good Start:LHINs Community Engagement

This paper was written in 2006 early in the development of LHINs.  It sets out some lessons learned in initial community engagement initiatives and success Continue Reading…

The Real Bestsellers

As I do every weekend I read both the Toronto Star and Globe and Mail newspapers. An interesting article appeared in the Sunday Star in the ideas section- The Continue Reading…

2007 CCPH Conference Planning Has Begun

Planning for next year's Community-Campus Partnerships for Health (CCPH) 10th anniversary conference, April 11-14, 2007 in Toronto is underway! We are Continue Reading…

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A discussion paper from the AOHC The AOHC’s 2007 conference focussed on the Second Stage – report of Conference Presentations by Dr Michael Rachlis and Continue Reading…

Operationalizing Health Equity: How Ontario’s Health Services Can Contribute To Reducing Health Disparities

Author(s): Dr. Michael Rachlis Released: March, 2008 Summary: Research commissioned by the Wellesley Institute, this report looks at the Ontario Health Continue Reading…

Bob Gardner Appointed Special Advisor on Health Equity

The Wellesley Institute's Bob Gardner, Director of Policy and Research, has been appointed Special Advisor on Health Equity to the Toronto Central Local Health Continue Reading…

Toronto – City of Disparities

Toronto is no longer a “city of neighbourhoods” but has become a “city of disparities”. That is a key finding of powerful new research from the Continue Reading…

National Homelessness Consultation

The Federation of Canadian Municipalities has released its latest Quality of Life report on deteriorating housing and homelessness conditions in major Canadian Continue Reading…

What starts in the housing sector doesn’t stay in the housing sector

Most people are looking with great anxiety at the economic downturn south of the border and wondering if Toronto, Ontario and Canada will be dragged down as Continue Reading…

National Housing Report Card 2008 reveals government funding failures

  National Housing Report Card 2008 On the eve of the first provincial-territorial housing ministers’ summit in almost two and one-half years, a new Continue Reading…