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Refugee Health Cuts: The Context, The Current Coverage, and The Call to Action

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I Introduction
II The context
III The current coverage
IV The call to action
V Resources

--Submitted by Ritika Goel

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What happens when a government decides that instead of protecting and providing for the most marginalized people in the society, it will instead attack and deny services to them? The 2012 cuts to the refugee health program in Canada have been an exercise in determining exactly that.

Two Articles: Engaging communities in the design and use of their streets and Sexual health promotion for youth through telemedicine

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Engaging communities in the design and use of their streets

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I Introduction
II Turning transportation infrastructure into social infrastructure
III Small-scale changes, big health impact
IV Challenges and solutions
V Concluding thoughts
VI Resources            
VII References

--Submitted by Nadha Hassen

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A Provincial Scan of Municipal Alcohol Policies

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I Introduction
II Methods
III Results
IV Discussion
V Conclusion
VI Resources
VII References

--Submitted by Gobinaa Manoharan, Product Development Advisor, Health Promotion Capacity Building, Public Health Ontario and Jason LeMar, Health Promotion Consultant – Alcohol Policy, Health Promotion Capacity Building, Public Health Ontario

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Examining the Influence of the Program Training and Consultation Centre’s communities of practice on members and their tobacco control practice

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I Introduction
II Key Findings
III Discussion and Concluding Statement
IV Resources
V References

--Submitted by Irene Lambraki, Kalpita Gaitonde and Karen Pieters

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Death on the Streets of Canada

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I Introduction
II Death on the streets of Canada. Déjà vu.
III Conclusion and calls to action
IV Resources

A version of this feature originally appeared in a blog written by Cathy Crowe on rabble.ca (http://rabble.ca/blogs/bloggers/cathycrowe/2015/01/death-on-streets-canada). The conclusion and resources have been provided by Tanya Gulliver-Garcia.

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Looking forward and looking back – reflecting on the past and coming years in health promotion part II

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I Introduction
II Is Health Promotion Still Alive and Kicking in Canada?
III Heart and Stroke Foundation Reflections 2014
IV Injury Prevention: Practice and Policy in 2014 and Beyond
V Ontario Public Health Association, Going from Random to Randir
VI Women’s Health Feels the Squeeze: The Closing of the Canadian Women’s Health Network

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Looking forward and looking back – reflecting on the past and coming years in health promotion part I

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I Introduction
II Association of Public Health Epidemiologists in Ontario (APHEO)
III Ontario Healthy Communities Coalition: Reflections on 2014 Themes
IV Building Healthy Public Policy: A Case Study of Effective Health Promotion
V The Chronic Disease Prevention Alliance of Canada (CDPAC) 2014 Year in Review
VI Health Nexus Reflects on Fiscal trends for Non-Profits and Health Promotion
VII 2014 – A Year of Politics

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