he Ontario Oral Health Alliance is calling on all parties in the Ontario election to commit to expanding public dental programs to adults and seniors who cannot afford treatment for dental pain and infection.
Read highlights from the discussions on how the Canadian Index of Wellbeing (CIW) can serve as a tool to contribute to an enhanced community health & wellbeing movement in Ontario.
TORONTO, Apr. 16, 2014 – Recent remarks by Ontario’s Minister of Health indicating unqualified support for medical tourism have prompted five health organizations to urge Premier Kathleen Wynne to step in and end the practice of allowing hospitals to solicit patients from other countries.
The following speech was delivered by Adrianna Tetley at the "Investing in Community Health Infrastructure" announcement at the Centre Francophone de Toronto.
Last week Premier Kathleen Wynne announced that Ontario's minimum wage will increase to $11 per hour. But this rate is not high enough to ensure that paid employment lifts people above the poverty line.
Today the Association of Ontario Health Centres (AOHC) joined its voice with a growing number of others calling on the Ontario government to raise the minimum wage so that full-time minimum wage earners are lifted out of poverty.
The Association of Ontario Health Centres is very pleased that the Ontario government is improving and expanding access to public dental programs for low income children.
For the first time, Public Health and Primary Health Care will be hosting a joint conference focused on the shared vision of promoting the best possible health and wellbeing for everyone living in Ontario.