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2015 Annual General Meeing

The Ontario Healthy Communities Coalition will be hosting its Annual General Meeting (AGM) on Thursday, October 29th. At the event, OHCC members will receive a report of recent OHCC activities, elect the board of directors, approve the 2014–2015 financial statements, and approve proposed amendments to the bylaws. The AGM is free, but advance registration is required online by October 16th.

Sheila Lupson Healthy Community Recognition Award 2015

We are now welcoming nominations for the 2015 award.  Nominate an organization in your community today!

Congratulations to the Healthier Cities & Communities Hub at the University of Toronto on receiving the 2014 Sheila Lupson Healthy Community Recognition Award.

OHCC Bulletin

The OHCC Bulletin is published monthly, featuring exciting news, events and resources that contribute to Healthy Communities in Ontario. OHCC members are invited to share their own events or news — please send your submission to bulletin[at]

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Food and the Official Plan

food and the official plan coverFood and the Official Plan is the first of 3 reports of the Haliburton County Community Food Assessment, a collaborative project of Harvest Haliburton and several community partners.

Healthy Food For All: Community Case Studies

HFFA case studies coverScattered across Ontario and  representing  both  rural  and  urban  communities, four partners in the “Healthy Food for All – Healthy and Sustainable Food Systems in Ontario” project undertook specific communi

Smart Growth 2015 Forum

On March 24, 2015, the Smart Growth 2015 Forum took place in Toronto. The Forum was hosted by the Ontario Smart Growth Network (OSGN), a project of the Ontario Healthy Communities Coalition. The Forum built on the work that the OSGN had done over the preceding months, which included a survey on smart growth issues and a webinar on "Smart Growth in Ontario and Why it Matters".

The Graham Family Eco Park

Just outside the city limits of London Ontario is the location of the Graham Family Eco Park. Fifteen years ago Bill Graham, founder of South Winds Development and TRY Recycling, started the project to restore the park from 26 acres of aggregate site to what it is today. The former gravel pit has become a beautiful natural site that is covered with diverse plant and animal life on land and in its featured pond.
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