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“Sanctuary City” means a healthier Toronto for everyone

By David Leacock, Policy and Research Intern at the Wellesley Institute Yesterday Toronto City Council took an important step toward improving access to the 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…

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…

WI hosts APA pre-conference

The Wellesley Institute hosted the 117th American Psychological Association pre-conference workshop on August 5th.  The day was action-packed, informative and 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…

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…

Wellesley Institute and UforChange give an emotional performance at Migration and the City conference

There was colour, music and tears at the joint presentation of UforChange, a youth arts project for immigrant and newcomer youth, which shared preliminary Continue Reading…

Welcome to Canada – don’t get sick!

Canadians pride themselves on the universality of our health care system. Despite the obvious room for innovation and the need for improved health equity, we Continue Reading…

U4Change to hold 200 Wellesley St. Fire Relief Fundraiser on Oct. 8, 2010

U4Change, a project for youth in St. James Town that seeks to build community through arts and culture, will hold a relief fundraiser to help the people who Continue Reading…

Toronto Board of Health sees the real cost of cutting refugee health benefits

Yesterday afternoon, the Wellesley Institute’s Steve Barnes made a deputation to the Toronto Board of Health about the upcoming changes to the Interim Continue Reading…