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Caregiver Website  
http://www.clickintocaregivers.com
Operated by the Don Mills Foundation for Seniors this website includes forums where participants can talk to other caregivers, an Ask the Expert section, a resource section and articles on everything from finance to health and wellness. (See Details)
Canada Without Poverty previously know as National Anti-Poverty Organization  
http://www.cwp-csp.ca/Blog/

New name for national anti-poverty organization

Posted on: February 5, 2009

NAPO, the National Anti-Poverty Organization, has changed its name to Canada Without Poverty. According to their website:

"These changes are part of our repositioning for the strongest possible contribution to combating poverty, inequality and social exclusion in Canada. Our new name is meant to keep our focus squarely on the ultimate goal, and to inspire others. Our new logo is meant to suggest the rising above and out of poverty, to get above whatever one's poverty line might happen to be, and to then move forward with a better chance of fulfilling one's potential and promise as an individual and as a citizen."

 

Forms an organization representing the interests of low-income people in Canada. Raises public awareness about poverty and issues of concern to low-income people. Advocates the concerns, values and wishes of low-income people so that they are reflected in public policy. Researches issues of concern to poor people and sharing the results in a popular and accessible form. Works with local activists and organizations to strengthen national, provincial and local efforts to eliminate poverty. //

 

Forme un organsime qui représente les intérêts des gens du Canada à faible revenu. Consciente le public à la pauvreté et aux questions qui sont importantes pour les pauvres du Canada. Revendique les droits des pauvres afin que leurs préoccupations, leurs valeurs soient reflét dans les politiques publiques. Effectue et compile des recherches sur des questions d’intérêt pour les gens à faible revenu. Travaille aves les militants et les organismes locaux en vue de renforcer les efforts nationaux, provinciaux et locaux vidant à éliminer la pauvreté.

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Vancouver Women's Health Collective  
http://www.womenshealthcollective.ca

Values women's knowledge, supports one another to take charge of our own health, and raises awareness and inspire action for the feminist advancement of women's health. Website provides links to other sites women will find informative and relevant to their lives.

Has nurse practitioner rooms (3) and an alternate health room (counselling, reiki, etc).

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VON Canada / VON Caregiver-Connect.ca  
http://www.von.ca/

Forms a national health care organization that delivers home nursing, health promotion, support and other services.

VON has revitalized its caregiver bilingual website.  Go to www.caregiver-connect.ca.  The site is dedicated to providing more answers, quickly and easily, to family caregivers, to better support them in their vital caregiving role.

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National Organization of Immigrant and Visible Minority Women of Canada

This is the website for a non-profit, non-partisan, and non-sectarian organization who's mission is to ensure equality for immigrant and visible minority women, within a bilingual Canada.

Credit Valley Hospital  
http://www.cvh.on.ca/

The Credit Valley Hospital and Trillium Health Centre Propose Voluntary Merger to Improve Patient Care

 

The Boards of Directors of The Credit Valley Hospital and Trillium Health Centre today announced their intent to merge the two hospitals, subject to the outcomes of due diligence, to create a new single entity that will become a world-class community academic health network.

 

The vision for this new organization is to:

 

  • Provide the best quality patient care to our community, in our community,
  • Attract and retain the best health care professionals,
  • Be a leading innovator in health care well-positioned to meet the increasing demands of the future,
  • And ensure the most effective allocation and use of resources for our community by creating one patient experience within three interdependent sites.

 

Partnering for Patients


To help our communities to understand and become involved in the merger process, we have created the Partnering for Patients website at partneringforpatients.ca

 updated July 11, 2011

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Inter-Cultural Neighbourhood Social Services  
http://www.icnss.ca/
Trinity College  
http://www.trinity.utoronto.ca/

Trinity College is one of the smallest, most intimate and most highly regarded colleges on the St. George Campus of the University of Toronto. On behalf of the university, the College sponsors three interdisciplinary undergraduate programs: International Relations; Immunology; and Ethics, Society, and Law. Trinity's Faculty of Divinity is Canada's oldest Anglican theological school. The College's current Provost is Dr. Andy Orchard, former director of the Centre for Medieval Studies in the University of Toronto and a specialist in ancient languages including Anglo-Saxon, Old Norse and Medieval Latin.

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Snow Country Health Council  
No website
Mandate Goals: The Snow Country Health Council provides Acute Care, Home Support, Mental Health Counselling, Alcohol and Drug Counselling, Parenting Programs, and Contracted Doctors under one administration in the Stewart Health Centre.
Core Services Provided: The Core Services it is involved in providing are; Health Promotion, Prevention and Public Health services, Treatment (acute and chronic care), Home Based Care, Mental Health Services, Substance Misuse Services, Finance, Management and Administrative Support.
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BC Naturopathic Association  
http://www.bcna.ca/index.php

The BCNA is the professional association for naturopathic physicians in BC. We act on behalf of and for the profession to promote the services provided by and the integrity and honour of the naturopathic profession.

 

We act to advance the scientific, educational, professional and economic welfare of all members of the profession in BC. And we act as agent, trustee or otherwise for naturopathic physicians in BC in connection with collective bargaining, remuneration for services, insurance and other legislative matters.

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