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2003-299


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volume: 
2003
number: 
299
pubdate: 
20030228
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299

Consulting Canadians Pilot Site

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The Government of Canada is committed to finding new and innovative ways to consult and engage with Canadians. The Consulting Canadians pilot site provides you with "single-window" access to a listing of consultations from selected government departments and agencies: http://www.consultingcanadians.gc.ca/cpcPubHome.jsp?lang=en.



This site does not contain the complete list of consultations currently underway in the Federal Departments. Additional consultations may be added as they are launched. Currently listed consultations include Agricultural Policy Framework, Canadian Rural Partnership--Rural Dialogue, Dialogue on Foreign Policy, Expanding Opportunities: Framework for Private Sector Development, Invitation to Consultations on Monitoring Fees and Boundaries for the Disposal at Sea Program, New Fee and Licensing Regime for Cellular/Incumbent Personal Communications Services (PCS) Licensees, and Proposed Revisions to the Export and Import of Hazardous Waste Regulations.

New Website: Politics of Health Knowledge Network

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HealthWrights is developing an exciting new website: the 'Politics of Health Knowledge Network' at http://www.politicsofhealth.org. This user-friendly, information-sharing tool is designed to help concerned people better understand and actively respond to the most urgent health-related issues confronting humanity. In addition to solid facts and well-analyzed data, the site will provide examples of healthier, more equitable and more sustainable alternatives.



The Politics of Health Knowledge Network is just getting started. The first topic under development, and now on the site, is the 'Politics of AIDS.' The second topic, which we are now beginning, is the 'Politics of Tobacco.'



To make this Knowledge Network an effective tool for change, we need input and assistance from contributors and volunteers from around the world in a wide range of sectors. To learn about how you can submit content on specific themes, or help in other ways, go to the new site at http://www.politicsofhealth.org.



[Source: CLICK4HP, http://listserv.yorku.ca/archives/click4hp.html]

Success Not Stress: Organizational Solutions to Workplace Stress

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8:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. (lunch included)

Best Western Lamplighter Inn and Conference Centre, 591 Wellington Road



4th Annual Spring Workshop, organized by the Middlesex-London Good Hearted Living Program and the Elgin-St. Thomas Health Unit



Keynote Speaker: Dr. Richard Earle, President, Canadian Institute of Stress



Learn about

1. The impact of stress on organizations

2. Strategic solutions for stress

3. The returns on reducing workplace stress

Addressing Alcohol and Other Drug-related Problems in Ontario Schools: What's in Place? What's Working? What's Next?

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10:00-11:30 a.m. EST

Alcohol Policy Network (APN) Alcohol Policy Tele-roundtable Series





In April 2000, the Ministry of Education released a Code of Conduct for all publicly-funded schools in Ontario. The Code outlines standards of behaviour related to alcohol and other drug use, as well as mandatory penalties for providing, and being in possession or under the influence of, alcohol or drugs.


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