OHRC obtains Tribunal Consent Order to keep people with mental health disabilities out of segregation
"On January 16, 2018, the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario (HRTO) issued a Consent Order requiring Ontario to end the use of segregation for people with mental health disabilities across its 26 correctional facilities, barring exceptional circumstances."
crhesi  radar  mental  health  jail  incarceration  human  rights 
6 hours ago
London police sound opioid alarm after three suspected overdose deaths
"Federal officials last month reported nearly 1,500 Canadians died of opioid-related overdoses in the first half of last year, with the nation’s chief public health officer saying the total number of overdose deaths in 2017 was on track to surpass 4,000 when figures for the full year become available."
crhesi  radar  addiction  ldnont  drugs  fentanyl 
9 hours ago
Statistics Canada Infographic: Opioid awareness in Canada
"This release of awareness of the opioid issue in Canada is intended to provide a richer understanding of Canadians’ knowledge of the opioid issue, the risks associated and their willingness and ability to intervene in the event of an apparent opioid overdose."
crhesi  radar  opioid  canada  drugs 
6 days ago
The return of innovation initiatives by the Ontario Centre of Excellence for Child and Youth Mental Health
"Grants provide up to $50,000 to try new things, collaborate in non-traditional ways, test promising ideas and stretch the boundaries of existing evidence to improve the quality and accessibility of child and youth mental health services in Ontario."
crhesi  radar  youth  mental  health  grant 
6 days ago
What do Ontarians really think about reconciliation?
"40 per cent of women and 31 per cent of men who feel that Canada’s economy has improved over the last five years say that reconciliation is a high priority, compared with only 27 per cent of women and 11 per cent of men who feel that the economy has worsened."
crhesi  radar  indigenous  reconciliation  canada  ontario 
6 days ago
Ontario hub for community-based Indigenous health training launched at Western University
"The Indigenous Mentorship Network Program of Ontario launches today, with 13 research institutions and a team of 70 researchers, trainees and community collaborators — more than half of whom are Indigenous."
crhesi  radar  indigenous  health 
6 days ago
Changing obesity narrative could help to inform health policy
"Well-meaning health sciences obesity researchers and public health workers are, in effect, stigmatizing individuals, blaming them for their own health problems, and promoting eating behaviours and public attitudes towards overweight people that threaten, rather than promote, health.”
crhesi  radar  obesity  narrative  health 
6 days ago
Path cleared for drug-injection sites
"Three weeks after Ontario said it would fast-track creation of temporary safer drug-injection sites, the province has finally cleared away the bureaucratic red tape — a move that will soon lead to a site or sites in London."
crhesi  radar  drugs  ldnont  safe  injection 
6 days ago
Western heading up Indigenous health network
Under the Indigenous Mentorship Network Program of Ontario, the Western initiative will focus on having more Indigenous people doing research on health and social issues that affect Indigenous communities. Communities across Northern Ontario will work on advisory committees. Chantelle Richmond, associate geography professor at Western, will lead the program.
crhesi  radar  indigenous  health  uwo 
6 days ago
A London Vigil for Missing & Murdered Indigenous Men & Women (Jan 20, 6pm)
"Join us on January 20th from 6pm to 8pm at the Corner of Richmond Street and Central Avenue as we raise awareness for Missing & Murdered Indigenous Men & Women."
crhesi  radar  indigenous  event  inequality  health  racism 
7 days ago
+Positive Voice: We are Still Here Standing Strong (Jan 13, 2pm)
"Please join us for an exhibit that shares the creative work of the participants of the +Positive Voice program at Nokee Kwe, who are challenging the portrayal of urban Indigenous women and sharing stories of strength, resilience, and accomplishment. There will be an opening reception where traditional food will be serve, and performances will include dancing, singing, drumming, and spoken word."
crhesi  radar  event  indigenous  art 
7 days ago
Public info session on fentanyl (Jan 17, 7pm, Wolf Performance Hall)
“London police are teaming up with the OPP and local social agencies to host an information session on the deadly drug fentanyl.”
crhesi  radar  drugs  fentanyl  event  from iphone
8 days ago
Storytelling as Activism (Grand Theatre, McManus Stage, March 12, 6pm)
"A discussion of the complexities of ‘human rights’ versus ‘human wrongs,’ and the significance of sharing under-told stories on the stage to enlighten, humanize, and effect change. Speakers: Sally Armstrong (Award-winning Activist, Journalist, Author, and Member of the Order of Canada), Carey Perloff (Director, A Thousand Splendid Suns)."
crhesi  radar  storytelling  event 
12 days ago
CCPA kicks off 2018 with their annual review of executive compensation rates in Canada
"In 2016, Canada’s 100 highest paid CEOs netted 209 times more than an average worker, up from 193 times more in 2015. The minimum wage for a CEO on our list jumped from $3.7 million in 2015 to $5.2 million in 2016, a raise of $1.5 million in a single year. On an hourly basis, that means the minimum wage for the richest CEOs rose $713.88 an hour to $2,489.62 an hour in 2016."
crhesi  radar  income  ceo 
13 days ago
Changing Minds: Preventing and Healing Childhood Trauma - State Policy Guide
"From a national stakeholders gathering of state and local leaders, federal partners, philanthropy, and others, this guide was developed to address how health, child welfare, education, justice, and child development organizations can further the prevention and healing of childhood trauma at the state level."
crhesi  radar  tvic 
13 days ago
Northeast Community Conversations hosting KAIROS blanket exercises (Jan 24 & Feb 6)
"Join us as we explore the historic and contemporary relationship between Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples in Canada. Using KAIROS Canada’s most popular teaching tool, the BLANKET EXERCISE."
event  ldnont  reconciliation  kairos 
14 days ago
Ontario’s OHIP+
“Ontario is the first province to provide prescription medication coverage at no cost for children and youth age 24 years and under”
crhesi  radar  ohip  ontario  from iphone
4 weeks ago
Ontario: Better Financial Protections for Vulnerable Consumers
“Ontario is protecting vulnerable consumers by reducing the cost of borrowing and other fees for alternative financial services such as payday loans.”
crhesi  radar  payday  loans  policy  from iphone
4 weeks ago
Health Unit and Partners Prepare to Take Next Step in Local Opioid Crisis Fight
“With data gathered from public consultations and the recent recognition of a provincial public health emergency, the Middlesex-London Health Unit and its partners are setting the groundwork for the next phase of the local drug crisis response.”
crhesi  radar  opioids  ldnont  from iphone
4 weeks ago
More racist incidents prompt call for action
"Another pair of ugly, racially motivated episodes in London are setting some communities on edge, and experts and residents agree that it’s time to tackle the bigotry that’s been brewing just below the surface for years."
crhesi  radar  racism  ldnont 
4 weeks ago
Statistics Canada: How Canadians spent their money in 2016 infograph
"the annual average spending on public transportation across Canada, shelter costs for owners and renters, as well as the proportion of Canadian households’ food budget spent on restaurant meals."
crhesi  radar  money  income  spending  transportation  meals 
4 weeks ago
Education indicators in Canada: An international perspective, 2017
"In 2016, 91% of Canadians aged 25 to 64 had at least a high school diploma or postsecondary credential, well above the OECD average of 78%."
crhesi  radar  education  canada 
4 weeks ago
Cost of child care up by 20% in some cities since 2014
"Child-care fees in most of Canada are still outpacing inflation and for many they were too expensive to begin with," CCPA senior economist David Macdonald said.
crhesi  radar  childcare 
4 weeks ago
Statistics Canada: Cyberstalking in Canada Infograph
"Based on data from the General Social Survey on Canadians’ Safety, this infographic looks at instances of cyberstalking in Canada by region, age, sex and marital status."
crhesi  radar  cyberstalking  canada 
4 weeks ago
The Racialized Maternal Health Conference (Toronto, Jan 31, 2018)
"The Racialized Maternal Health Conference 2018 is a forum where professionals, students, experts, researchers, policy-makers and other stakeholders will come together to pursue efforts to improve racialized maternal-newborn health and practices in Canada by promoting best practices, cultural competency and advocacy for racialized maternal health issues, research and policies."
crhesi  radar  racism  event  maternal 
4 weeks ago
Interim Board of Directors Appointed to the National Council for Reconciliation
"The appointments will help advance Canada’s commitment to implementing the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s Calls to Action (CTA), and are directly linked to CTA #53 and #54. These CTAs call for the establishment of a National Council for Reconciliation, and multi-year funding for the National Council and the endowment of a National Reconciliation Trust."
crhesi  radar  reconciliation 
4 weeks ago
Ontario’s Anti-Black Racism Strategy
"The government’s roadmap for addressing anti-Black racism and improving outcomes for Black communities. "
crhesi  radar  racism  ontario 
4 weeks ago
Statements from Chief John Pare and London Police Services Board Chair Jeannette Eberhard
"There are currently seven London Police Service officers before the courts on criminal charges – two as a result of investigations by the Special Investigations Unit and five as a result of investigations initiated by my office."
crhesi  radar  police  ldnont 
4 weeks ago
Youth in Philanthropy finds new home with London Youth Advisory Council
"Starting in January 2018 London Community Foundation will proudly hand off its Youth in Philanthropy committee to the London Youth Advisory Council (LYAC)."
crhesi  radar  youth  ldnont 
4 weeks ago
CFD · Summer Education Institute: Teaching for Transformation (June 12-14, 2018)
"Do you work in health professions education? Are you trying to create education opportunities that promote equity, reflection, critical reflection, person-centered or compassionate care? Transformative education approaches can support critically reflective practitioners in navigating practice challenges and changing systems. This 3-day intensive program will discuss why and how to engage in transformative education in the health professions."
crhesi  radar  transformative  education  health  equity  conference  event 
5 weeks ago
Ontario Opening 50 New Long-Term Care Beds in London
"Ontario is opening 50 new long-term care beds in London that will help seniors access the care they need, part of a commitment to create 5,000 long-term care beds over the next four years and more than 30,000 across the province over the next decade."
crhesi  radar  ldnont  longterm  care  hospital 
5 weeks ago
2018-2019 Call for Proposals for the Northern Contaminants Program
"These projects will increase understanding and raise awareness of long-range contaminant levels in traditionally harvested foods and their potential impacts on the health of animals and people."
crhesi  radar  indigenous  food  grant  proposals 
5 weeks ago
Equity-focused public health practice as a strategy to tackle TB
"It’s no secret to anyone working in tuberculosis (TB) programs in public health that the social determinants of health (SDH) have a major influence on who is at risk for contracting TB."
crhesi  radar  tb  health  equity 
5 weeks ago
Quebec judge stays controversial face-cover law Bill 62
"A judge has suspended Quebec's requirement that people show their faces to obtain public services, dealing the province's controversial 'religious neutrality' law its first legal setback."
crhesi  radar  quebec  islam 
5 weeks ago
Self-government over education on horizon for 23 Anishinabek Nation First Nations in Ontario
"Today, the Honourable Carolyn Bennett, Minister of Crown-Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs announced that enabling legislation for the Anishinabek Nation Education Agreement will pass all stages in the House of Commons. The goal of Bill C-61 is to give effect to the largest education self-government agreement in Canada. It marks a major step out from under the Indian Act for 23 Anishinabek Nation First Nations toward greater self-determination and improved education outcomes for Anishinabek students. Bill C-61 will now move to the Senate for consideration."
crhesi  radar  indigenous  education  first  nations 
5 weeks ago
How the opioid epidemic affects child survivors of domestic violence (Dec 12)
"It is important to understand how the opioid epidemic affects kids so that we can better support adult and child survivors of domestic violence. Living with parents who are addicted to opioids can affect children’s brain development, sense of safety, and social wellbeing."
crhesi  radar  drugs  opioids  webinar  event 
5 weeks ago
Western students respond to food insecurity via Google Doc
"It works like this: hungry students can fill out a Google doc with their name, Western email and a list of requested items... A volunteer from the food support program then fills up a tote bag with the student's requested items and leaves it in a designated locker."
crhesi  radar  food  security  western  students 
5 weeks ago
Public interest inquiry into racial profiling and racial discrimination by the Toronto Police Service
"The Ontario Human Rights Commission (OHRC) announced that it has launched a public interest inquiry into racial profiling and racial discrimination by the Toronto Police Service (TPS). Using its legislated inquiry powers under section 31 of Ontario’s Human Rights Code, the OHRC has called for the TPS, the Toronto Police Services Board (TPSB) and the Special Investigations Unit to provide a wide range of data to determine exactly how and where racial profiling operates in law enforcement."
crhesi  radar  toronto  police  human  rights 
6 weeks ago
Justice Transformation
“Your input in this consultation will help the department understand what Canadians expect from the Criminal Justice System. The consultation is taking place until January 15, 2018.”
crhesi  radar  justice  survey  from iphone
6 weeks ago
Statistics Canada: Police-reported hate crime, 2016
"Police reported 1,409 hate crimes in Canada in 2016, 47 more than in 2015. This represented less than 0.1% of the 1,895,546 crimes (excluding traffic violations) that were reported by police services. The 3% increase in hate crimes was a result of more incidents targeting South Asians and Arabs or West Asians, the Jewish population, and people based on their sexual orientation. In contrast, hate crimes against Muslims and Catholics declined in 2016."
crhesi  radar  hate  crime  stats 
6 weeks ago
Webinar: Selecting and assessing health equity tools (Jan 11, 2018)
"This webinar will focus on the availability of health equity tools for use by public health practitioners to address population health inequities. We will learn about the Equity Lens in Public Health’s (ELPH) updated inventory of health equity tools, which identifies nine categories of health equity tools developed for a range of purposes and audiences."
crhesi  radar  health  equity  tool  webinar  event 
6 weeks ago
Infograph: Canada's educational portrait, 2016 Census of Population
"Based on 2016 Census data, the following infographic provides a portrait of education in Canada, including the educational attainment of the working-age population as well as highlights on Aboriginal peoples and where newcomers to Canada are completing their education. The infographic also looks at fields of study and the earnings of Canadians at different levels of education."
crhesi  radar  infograph  stats  education 
6 weeks ago
Statistics Canada: Health Indicators
"A new edition of the publication Health Indicators (Catalogue number82-221-X) is now available. It includes updated health region level estimates on premature and potentially avoidable mortality, infant and perinatal mortality, as well as life expectancy at birth and at age 65."
crhesi  radar  stats  report 
6 weeks ago
Money: A Critical Component of Domestic Abuse
"In the US, financial abuse is present in 99% of domestic violence cases, according to the National Network to End Domestic Violence."
crhesi  radar  domestic  violence 
6 weeks ago
How are women with disabilities affected by violence that is different from other women?
"Often overlooked, women with disabilities can experience unique types of abuse. According to one study, women with disabilities are two times as likely to report severe physical violence and three times as likely to be forced into sexual activity."
crhesi  radar  disabilities 
6 weeks ago
Savings on the way for many tenants
"About 7,600 tenants will receive rent reduction notices this month, thanks to provincial rent control rules and a municipal tax tweak."
crhesi  radar  housing  rent  ldnont 
7 weeks ago
Statistics Canada: Income and mobility of immigrants, 2015
"Although increasing over the last few years, the median wages of recent immigrants remain lower than those of the Canadian population. For the Canadian-born population, the 2016 Census estimated the 2015 median wages at $36,000, compared to $35,000 for the immigrant population."
crhesi  radar  immigration  stats  income 
7 weeks ago
Indigenous Postsecondary Education in Ontario
"The legislation, if passed, would recognize Indigenous Institutes as unique and complementary pillar of Ontario's postsecondary education system and support the independence and sustainability of the institutes in Ontario's system."
crhesi  radar  indigenous  education 
7 weeks ago
Join the London Homeless Coalition Steering Committee
"The London Homeless Coalition Steering Committee is currently seeking a new member. Priority is given to a person with lived experience of homelessness."
crhesi  radar  board  committee  homeless 
7 weeks ago
Building for mental health: Healthy built environments for children and youth (Dec 11, 1pm)
"This webinar will focus on factors in the urban built and social environments that promote child and youth mental health, as well as how public health can work to support these factors through upstream approaches."
crhesi  radar  built  environment  mental  health 
7 weeks ago
Is the Knowledge Factory Broken?
"Academic research stands accused of turning a blind eye to dodgy data, failing to reconcile contradictory findings and valuing money over knowledge. We examine the criticisms, which go the very heart of our pursuit of knowledge."
crhesi  radar  science  research 
7 weeks ago
London gets $1.3 million to fight poverty
"Four programs stand to benefit from the funding that was announced Friday"
crhesi  radar  homelessness  ldnont  funding  poverty 
7 weeks ago
Film Screening: "Migrant Dreams" (Nov 28, 7pm)
"A powerful feature documentary by multiple award-winning director Min Sook Lee (El Contrato, Hogtown, Tiger Spirit) and Emmy award-winning producer Lisa Valencia-Svensson (Herman’s House), tells the undertold story of migrant agricultural workers struggling against Canada’s Temporary Foreign Worker Program (TFWP) that treats foreign workers as modern-day indentured labourers."
crhesi  radar  film  documentary  screening  migrant  worker 
8 weeks ago
Indigenous Awareness Week at Western University
"Western University will celebrate local Indigenous culture and scholarship with the fourth annual Indigenous Awareness Week from November 20-26. The week-long event, led by Western’s Indigenous Services, seeks to enhance relationships and promote the achievements of Indigenous students, faculty, staff, and alumni making vital contributions to campus and the London community. All events are free and open to everyone."
crhesi  radar  indigenous  western 
8 weeks ago
Momentum: Research Realized Conference (May 14-16, 2018, Barrie) — Call for abstracts
"Each year, the Waypoint Research Institute, in partnership with the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Toronto, hosts an educational event or conference. The event is intended to draw attention to a issues facing the mental health and addictions system, particularly where research can be used to improve the delivery of clinical services."
crhesi  radar  mental  health  conference  abstracts 
8 weeks ago
Playing Stories: Never Alone, Indigeneity, and the Structures of Settler Colonialism (Nov 20)
"This talk will consider how play, story, and the structures of settler colonialism influence videogames such as Never Alone, a sidescrolling platformer game that Iñupiat community elders developed in collaboration with a non-native game design studio."
crhesi  radar  indigenous  event  games  narrative  story 
8 weeks ago
Monique Mojica on Indigenous Theatre (Nov 29)
Actor/playwright Monique Mojica (Kuna and Rappahannock nations) is dedicated to a theatrical practice as an act of healing, of reclaiming historical/cultural memory and resistance.
crhesi  radar  indigenous  theatre  ldnont  event 
8 weeks ago
RESILIENCY: Bringing the Voices of Addiction & Recovery To the Surface (Nov 29)
"We have planned a participatory evening with field experts, and persons with lived experiences, to share their perspectives and candid personal stories, to give Londoners an opportunity to educate themselves, on a topic often labeled as “taboo”."
crhesi  radar  addiction  event  ldnont  drugs  gambling 
9 weeks ago
Ontario Ensuring Students Learn Indigenous Histories and Cultures
"The province is supporting teachers to deliver the new curriculum, which has been developed with Indigenous partners, and focuses on residential schools, treaties and Indigenous people's historical and contemporary contributions to Canada."
crhesi  radar  indigenous  education  ontario 
9 weeks ago
Insight Development Grants: deadline February 2, 2018
"Insight Development Grants support research in its initial stages. The grants enable the development of new research questions, as well as experimentation with new methods, theoretical approaches and/or ideas."
crhesi  radar  sshrc  grant  insight 
9 weeks ago
Adapting Housing First to the Emergency Shelter Context
"With the help of a $200,108 Community Vitality Grant, Unity Project is systematically changing the way we address the issue of homelessness by adapting housing first practices to the emergency shelter context."
crhesi  radar  housing  first  ldnont  homeless  emergency  shelter 
9 weeks ago
Policy Makers' Advisors, Scientific Knowledge and Knowledge Sharing: Highlights of a Literature Review and Key Lessons
This summary of our literature review on the advisors of policy makers focuses on the key lessons for professionals and researchers who wish to share public health knowledge to inform public policy development.
crhesi  radar  kt  knowledge  policy 
9 weeks ago
Youth Wellness Hubs Ontario
In February 2017, the Ontario government announced funding for up to nine integrated service hubs province-wide to address the gaps in the province’s youth service system. These hubs will specifically target the needs of youth aged 12-25 as fully integrated “one-stop-shops” for mental health, substance use, primary care, education/employment/training, housing and other community and social services.
crhesi  radar  youth 
9 weeks ago
Resilient Cities Conference (Nov 18)
"The Resilience Cities Conference will explore how London can build adaptive capacity to weather the “storms” of this new century by inviting cutting edge thinkers from our city and beyond. Participants will be challenged to consider the changes they can initiate in their personal and social spheres of influence."
crhesi  radar  event  urban  resilience 
9 weeks ago
ATTN students: mindyourmind hiring 2-year position for program assessment and evaluation
"Conduct nationwide needs assessment for the purpose of project and program planning. Develop and implement a comprehensive evaluation plan for a national project over two years. Prepare abstracts and presentations for conferences and outreach opportunities. Develop data collection strategies and plans for program evaluation."
crhesi  radar  students  opportunity 
10 weeks ago
CYN Seeking Partner Feedback on Literacy Resources in London tool
"We are seeking the feedback of CYN partners to ensure the tool is accurate and reflects the programs and services that support child, youth and family literacy in London."
crhesi  radar  literacy  cyn  ldnont 
10 weeks ago
FCM: New census data confirms need for affordable housing solutions
"With 3.3 million households spending at least 30 per cent of their income on shelter—and 17.8 per cent of renters paying more than half their income—the time to transform affordable housing in Canada is now."
crhesi  radar  affordable  housing  census  stats 
10 weeks ago
Ontario Providing New Community Mental Health Supports in London
"Ontario is improving access to mental health care for people transitioning out of hospital with new supportive beds in London - part of over 2,000 additional beds and spaces being made available across the province this year."
crhesi  radar  ldnont  mental  health 
10 weeks ago
How you can be part of the “open movement”
"You’ve probably heard terms like “open access”, “open data”, or “open science” bandied around, but do you know all of the current “open” terms, and what each of them means?"
crhesi  radar  open  access  source  data 
10 weeks ago
Income gap persists for recent immigrants, visible minorities and Indigenous Canadians
"The income gap for these groups barely budged between 2006 and 2016, narrowing by just two percentage points for Indigenous Canadians and recent immigrants and widening by one percentage point for visible minorities."
crhesi  radar  income  inequality  racism  diversity 
10 weeks ago
New science committee will help meet the needs of Canada’s researchers
"The Honourable Kirsty Duncan, Minister of Science, and the Honourable Ginette Petitpas Taylor, Minister of Health, today announced the creation of the Canada Research Coordinating Committee (CRCC). In an open letter, the ministers tasked the committee to improve collaboration among the granting councils and the CFI to the benefit of researchers and students across the country."
crhesi  radar  research  science  grant 
10 weeks ago
Aboriginal languages in Canada, 2016 Census of Population
"More people speak an Aboriginal language at home than have an Aboriginal language as a mother tongue, especially among youth."
crhesi  radar  indigenous  language  stats 
10 weeks ago
Ontario Making G1 Written Test Available in Farsi
"The G1 knowledge test is currently offered at DriveTest Centres in 20 other languages - including Ontario's official languages of English and French."
crhesi  radar  driving  inclusion  language 
10 weeks ago
Conference: Modelling complex urban environments (June 22, 2018, Waterloo)
"To be held at St. Jerome's University Conference Centre at the University of Waterloo."
crhesi  radar  event  complexity  urban 
10 weeks ago
Plenary from Public Health 2017: Racism in Society
"Titled “Racism in Society,” the discussion focused on the impacts of systemic racism in various spheres of society and strategies to reduce its influence."
crhesi  radar  racism 
10 weeks ago
External Review of Pan-Canadian Health Organizations
"On October 3, 2017, the Honourable Ginette Petitpas Taylor, federal Minister of Health announced an external review of the eight federally funded pan-Canadian health organizations (PCHOs)."
crhesi  radar  health  organizations 
11 weeks ago
James Shelley on Twitter: "If you can’t tell a story about it, can you expect other homo sapiens to get excited about it?"
If you can’t tell a story about it, can you expect other homo sapiens to get excited about it?
12 weeks ago
The Existential Threat Of Big Tech
"As these companies have expanded, marketing themselves as champions of individuality and pluralism, their algorithms have pressed us into conformity."
share  social  media  big  data  algorithm 
12 weeks ago
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