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2000-178


OHPE #178.1 and #178.2, our feature and resources messages, will be sent out next week. They are on the topic of Community Capacity Building and will be provided by Alison Stirling of OPC.



Have you ever wanted to get published? Do you know of an idea, strategy or tool that might be new and useful for Ontario's health promotion community? E-mail Kara Richardson at karar@opc.on.ca to find out more about publishing a feature in the OHPE bulletin, which reaches more than 1,200 subscribers.

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2000
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178
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20001013
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Parole Forum

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If you are interested in learning more about what happens when a person is getting ready to leave prison, then our forum on October 28 may be of interest to you. This is a day long workshop combining presentations and feedback opportunities. If you would be interested in receiving an invitaiton please contact Elizabeth White at 416-920-6116 with your name, address, organization and telephone number.

Toronto Men's Health Network Free Workshops

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Tuesday, October 17th, 6-8pm - "Navigating the Health System"



Too many men don't see their doctors. Many don't have doctors at all. Understanding how the health system works and knowing how to access health services is critical to maintaining a healthy life. For this workshop we have invited key community health representatives to provide a general overview of health services in Toronto.



Location: Queen West Community Health Centre, 168 Bathurst Street



Tuesday, November 21, 6-8pm - "Male Sexuality from A-Z"

New Pembina Institute Internet Tool http://www.EcoAction.ca

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At EcoAction.ca, you can choose from a wide variety of activities, like

sending an E-postcard to Prime Minister Jean Chretien asking him to protect the climate. Or with just one click you can automatically send an email to all federal and provincial ministers participating in the Joint Energy and Environment Ministers Meeting. http://www.EcoAction.ca is your interactive guide to environmental advocacy, accessible at the click of your mouse!



The site has several features that make it a one-stop shop for each campaign: detailed background on the issue, updates for each campaign,

EcoTools, downloadable campaign materials, a Newsroom with late breaking stories, and opportunities for EcoSaving and EcoGiving. Act now -- before it's too late!



Contact: Pembina Institute, Brenda Morehouse, brendam@pembina.org, (613) 235-6288.

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