Monthly Archives: February 2016

Helping Newcomers Access Health Care through the Interim Federal Health Program

Refugees as newcomers to Canada – changes to the Interim Federal Health Program will mean better health for newcomer refugee and asylum claimants, while protecting public health and reducing the administrative burden faced by health care professionals serving refugees, as well as ease health funding pressures on provinces and territories


Beyond Surviving – Thriving

What does it take for an individual, a family, a community to change, grow and thrive? What structures need to be in place, and what actions do each of us need to take to create thriving┬ácommunities? This is the question I’m interested in. As a fundraiser, I am witness to and part of collaborations that […]