How much do you think money matters in health and health care?
There is no disputing the growing demand for health and health care in Canada and abroad is a financial concern for governments, business, and all Canadians. With health consuming more than 40 per cent of provincial/territorial budgets in Canada, there is growing concern regarding the sustainability of the health care system and our ability to meet the needs of an aging and chronically ill population.
1:00 p.m.–5:00 p.m.
Church of the Holy Trinity (Eaton Centre), 10 Trinity Square
The Canadian Harm Reduction Network in cooperation with the University of Toronto, Department of Pharmacology & Toxicology and the Rotman School present this public symposium featuring presentations and speakers about harm reduction housing.
The event will be of interest to people who use drugs and to anyone who works with marginalized populations where sub-stance use and housing are concerns.
Room 241, Li Ka Shing Knowledge Institute, 209 Victoria Street
You are invited to a special presentation by Clayton Shirt, an Aboriginal Elder, Traditional Teacher and Mentor. He is from the Wolf Clan of Saddle Lake, Alberta, Treaty 6. Clayton has been working as a Traditional Teacher and Healer for more than 10 years.
The talk will be related to Truth and Reconciliation and health, and will explore:
Kempenfelt Conference Centre
Pre-Symposium Workshop: November 24, 2015
This is the largest annual training event for people who work with/supervise recreation, arts, health promotion, sport, and education programs and/or youth advisory committees/networks with youth ages 13-19.
This year, we have added a pre-symposium workshop: Positive Youth Development. You’ll gain valuable skills to help you support youth to develop the core competencies they need to transition into adulthood.