Search Organizations (English): Ontario

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The Métis National Council
Bulimia/Anorexia Nervosa Association
Provides specialized treatment education and support services for individuals affected directly and indirectly by eating disorders. (See Details)
Learning Disabilities Association Ottawa-Carleton
Provides information and support to individuals, families and professionals and strives to increase public awareness and acceptance of children and adults with learning disabilities. Maintains a Resource Center which has a library (specializing in books and videos on exceptional children and adults) and a book store that sells information kits and workbooks for elementary school students. Offers the Destination Employment program — a Learning Disabilities Association of Canada employment project in partnership with HRDC. (See Details)
Nasivvik – Centre for Inuit Health and Changing Environments

Research Centre at Laval University focused on the health impacts for Inuit people in Canada’s Arctic.

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Canadian Environmental Network (cen) – chemical management plan capacity building project

Works with Environmental Defence (ED) to inform the public about the federal government’s Chemical Management Plan and to increase public involvement in the Plan. Regular updates and information on the website.

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Ontario Association on Developmental Disabilities

OADD is a professional organization of people working and studying in the field of developmental disabilities, throughout Ontario. OADD's members include agencies and organizations; university and community college students and instructors; service provider direct care staff and managers; family support workers; case managers; psychologists; social workers; and other dedicated individuals.

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National Collaborating Centre for Methods and Tools

Primary goal is to strengthen public health in Canada by helping public health managers and professionals across Canada find and use innovative, high quality and up-to-date methods and tools for sharing what works in public health. Primary target audiences are public health managers and professionals across Canada who promote and facilitate evidence-informed decision making. Their products and services are available and relevant to all public health practitioners, policy makers and researchers.


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Senior Pride Network

Senior Pride Network is an association of individuals, organizations and community groups with a focus on health and social services, that share an interest and commitment to expanding programs and services for older lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, transsexual, intersexed and 2-spirited people in the City of Toronto.

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Wellesley Institute

The Wellesley Institute advances population health through rigorous research, pragmatic policy solutions, social innovation, and community action.

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Rainbow Health Network

Seeks to promote optimal health and wellness of people and communities of all gender identities and sexual orientations, including – and not limited to - Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Intersex, Two-Spirit, Transsexual, Transgender, Queer and Questioning people and allies. They are a volunteer network with limited resources whose activities are focused primarily in Toronto, and their advocacy and lobbying primarily in Ontario, but they are open to sharing information and support across provincial and national borders.

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