ACTO

Advocacy Centre for Tenants Ontario

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CLEO

Community Legal Education Ontario

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The Regional Municipality of York

The Regional Municipality of York.

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The Table Community Food Centre

We strive to increase access to healthy food, build food skills and improve food literacy in ways that maintain dignity, build community and challenge inequality.

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Grey Bruce Health Unit

The Grey Bruce Health Unit provides public health services and programming to the residents and visitors of Grey and Bruce Counties in Ontario.

Our Vision: A healthier future for all

Our Mission: Working with Grey and Bruce communities to protect and promote health

We Value: Equitable opportunities that support health and well being

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Centre for Environmental Health Equity

The Centre for Environmental Health Equity (CEHE) supports communities through creative research that translates knowledge into action for more equitable and just environments.

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South Riverdale Community Health Centre (SRCHC)

The South Riverdale Community Health Centre (SRCHC) is a community-based organization that offers primary health care services and health promotion programs to a diverse community. SRCHC's mission is to improve the lives of people who face barriers to physical, mental, spiritual and social well-being. We do this by meaningfully engaging our clients and communities, ensuring equitable access to primary health care, and delivering quality care through a range of evidence informed programs, services and approaches.

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Ontario Public Health Association (OPHA)

Founded in 1949, the Ontario Public Health Association (OPHA) is a voluntary, charitable, non-profit association. OPHA is an organization of individuals and Constituent Associations from various sectors and disciplines that have an interest in improving the health of the people of Ontario. The mission of the organization is to provide leadership on issues affecting the public's health and to strengthen the impact of people who are active in public and community health throughout Ontario.

The OPHA has several Workgroups composed of volunteers from across the province. One promotes breast-feeding, one focuses on child's health, and another addresses environmental health. The Environmental Health Workgroup has been active on issues related to air quality, pesticides, electromagnetic fields, water quality, food safety and children's environmental health.

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Toronto Public Health

Toronto Public Health (TPH) subscribes to the vision that Toronto will be the healthiest city possible, where all people enjoy the highest achievable level of health. Our work arises from locally-mandated initiatives by Toronto City Council and the Toronto Board of Health, and from provincially-mandated programs through the Health Protection and Promotion Act.

TPH has applied its broad ranging expertise to address emerging environmental health issues through research, education, policy development and advocacy. The range of issues that we address include smog and air quality, water quality, food safety, pesticides, waste management, energy conservation, toxic substances, "community-right-to know" and children's health and the environment, among others.

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Environmental Health Institute of Canada

The Environmental Health Institute of Canada (EHI-Canada) is an incorporated charitable foundation with a vision for enhancing and coordinating efforts to learn about, prevent and manage environment-associated illnesses. EHI-Canada was founded by healthcare professionals who recognized that protecting Canadians from environmental hazards requires a collaborative effort with many key players. In partnership with such key players, EHI-Canada intends to implement programs and projects to make persistent progress towards addressing multiple research, educational, and front-line clinical and community environmental health needs.

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