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In OHPE 364.1, we have a round up of election resources that came to our attention in the last week. Our thanks to our readers and colleagues who contributed to this list!

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Making Research Matter: A How-to Discussion on Affecting Social Change


George Brown--Toronto City College, Room 323A, St James Campus, 200 King St. East (east of Jarvis)

9:00-9:30 a.m. refreshments

9:30-11:30 a.m. panel and discussion

Panel presentation with Punam Khosla, author of If Low Income Women of Colour Counted in Toronto; Scot Wortley, Professor of Criminology, University of Toronto on Racial Profiling; and Rick Kelly, GBC Professor, Child & Youth Worker on Restorative Justice and Zero Tolerance

The Foundation For Rural Living Call For Nominations


The Foundation for Rural Living is calling for nominations to the 6th Annual Awards of Rural Excellence program. Awards are given in seven categories including Excellence in Community Leadership, Excellence in Economic Development, and Outstanding Voluntarism and/or Partership in the Voluntary Sector.

For information on eligibility, category criteria, and other questions, visit The deadline for nominations is July 31, 2004.

[Source: OHCC eBulletin June 2004,

Canadian Health Network's lineup for June 2, 2004


* Savour the tastes of summer--Canadian seniors share their secrets for fun, healthy eating during this season of plenty

* Protect yourself from mosquito bites--What you can do about West Nile virus

* Playground Safety--Be safe on swings and slides this summer

* Health events highlights--Stroke Awareness Month, Seniors Month, Brain Injury Awareness Month, Pride events begin across Canada, SummerActive, National Access Awareness Week for Disabled Persons, National Sun Awareness Week, Safe Kids Week

The Canadian Health Network is brought to you by Health Canada and major health organizations across Canada. We're just a click away:

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New Release from Statscan: Joint Canada/United States Survey of Health, 2002/03


"Most Canadians and Americans report being in good to excellent health, according to a new survey that compares health status and access to health care services between the two nations. However, Canadians with the lowest incomes were less likely to be in fair or poor health and less likely to have reported severe mobility limitations than their American counterparts." [from]

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