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The 2018 Sandbox Summit


Toronto, Ontario
April 12, 2018

TELUS House, 25 York Street

The Sandbox Summit is a workshop-style event that brings together non-profits, corporate Canada, researchers, health practitioners, policy makers, young people and families. Collaboratively, we work toward finding practical, multi-sector solutions to address the health and wellbeing challenges faced by Canada’s children and youth.

2018 theme: Reaching for the Top Turns 10

Public Health Engagement in Official Plan Reviews, HC Link


March 29, 2018  

10:00–11:30 a.m.

Paul Young, landscape architect and health promoter, and Janet Dawson, Coordinator of the Advocating for Health in Official Plans project at Peterborough Public Health, will lead a discussion about the new provincial planning policy, its potential to support healthier communities, and opportunities for public health to influence municipal official plans. You will also hear examples of how public health staff are engaging with planners, in both rural and urban contexts, to review and update official plans.

Dr. Michael Vallis: Moving Towards Change- Self-Management Training Workshop for Health Care Professionals, Waterloo Wellington Self-Management Program


Kitchener, Ontario
March 5-6, 2018

Day 1 12:00–5:00 p.m.
Day 2 9:00 a.m.–3:30 p.m.
Waterloo Region Museum, 10 Huron Road

This program was developed for the Waterloo Wellington region as a workshop for health care providers to gain greater knowledge and skill in the behaviour change process.  

Target Audience: Health Care Providers

Workshop Fee: $125.00

Fee will be collected at the time of registration.

Great Big Crunch, Coalition for Healthy School Food, Food Secure Canada


March 1, 2018

Students, teachers, parents and others who are passionate about food are invited to share their enthusiasm in a Great Big Crunch. On March 1st at 2:30pm, 300,000 kids from across the country will learn about local and healthy food and celebrate the day with a simultaneous apple crunch!

Brought to you by FoodShare Toronto, the Coalition for Healthy School Food and Food Secure Canada, the Great Big Crunch is also a moment to work together toward a national, universal healthy school food program.

How to participate?

Registered Nurse, Certified Diabetes Educator, Kingston Community Health Centres


Napanee, Ontario
Deadline February 16, 2018

Job Description

Title: Registered Nurse, Certified Diabetes Educator
Reports to: Manager, Napanee Area Community Health Centre
Position Type: Permanent, Full Time
Expected Start Date: March 2018
Salary: $58,349 to $69,342 per year
External Posting: RNCDE-2018
Posting Date: Wednesday, January 24, 2018
Closing Date: Friday, February 16, 2018

Position Summary

Registered Nurse, Acute Respite Care Program, Sherbourne Health Centre


Toronto, Ontario
Deadline February 16, 2018

Internal/External Posting
Job Title: Registered Nurse
Job ID #:  ARC 18-0101
Department:  Acute Respite Care (ARC) Program   
Reports To:  Director, ARC and Mental Health
Affiliation/Union:  UFCW, Local 175
Salary Range:  MCS3 $58,315.01 – $73,817.27 per annum
Status:  Full-Time, Permanent  
Hours:  37.5 hours per week
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