7 Jan
2019

What You Need to Know about the Health Care Complaint Process in Quebec

Join us for a special community outreach session and discover why filing a complaint can be a positive action with Ian Renaud-Lauzé, from the CAAP-CN   http://caap-capitalenationale.org/en/ and Annalisa Turner, member of the  JHSB User’s Committee.  If you are dissatisfied with quality of health and social services care you have received, you can use your voice …

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10 Dec
2018

Thanks to the Organizers of the HOHOHO Here We Go Again MNO Children’s Christmas Party!

Saturday, December 8 the Coin soleil in the Jeffery Hale Hospital  was full of wiggling, excited little ones!  The kids and their families were attending the annual Children’s Christmas Party, sponsored by Jeffery Hale Community  Partners and organized totally by Moms’ Nite-Out volunteers. This year Daisy Enriquez and Elise Holloway were the elves behind the scenes …

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28 Nov
2018

A Streetcar Named Desire Matinée Out & About Outing!

On December 2nd, VEQ invites members of the community aged 50 plus to join the gang  for an Out and About activity! You will be able to  enjoy the Quebec Art Company’s latest performance: A Streetcar Named Desire. Want to join in on the fun? VEQ has  front row seats reserved for you and a preferential …

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28 Nov
2018

Winter is back! Did you know the risk of exposure to CO is greater in the winter months?

Winter is back! Did you know the risk of exposure to CO is greater in the winter months?       That’s because homes in Canada are usually heated by furnaces, fireplaces, gas stoves, and water heaters. Carbon monoxide is an odorless, colorless and tasteless gas. It occurs when burning fuels like oil, coal, wood, gasoline, …

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28 Nov
2018

Teleconference on Community Palliative Caregiving

You’re invited to a Community Health Education Program (CHEP) Videoconference    Subject:  What’s New is Palliative Care? “At some time, in some way, we must all face the end of life. And most of us share a common hope—that whendeath comes to us or to a loved one, it will be peaceful and free of …

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26 Nov
2018

Looking for a Doula?

Check out  Le Collectif des accompagnantes (doula services): http://accompagnantes.qc.ca/ Their offices are located in the YWCA building on Holland Avenue. They don’t advertise this, but they have bilingual doulas. The service is free to low income parents, and they offer  very reasonable sliding scale fees for everyone else (plus, it’s a donation, so you get to claim …

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