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"A vision for a healthy community is one where everyone experiences their best possible health and well-being. When we all have access to the social and economic conditions that shape our well-being throughout life, we have health equity – that is, all people having the opportunity to reach their full health potential."

Synergy and Serendipity: The Peterborough Neighbourhood Story

group mapping exerciseOn April 15th, 2015 a group of about 50 people gathered at Sadlier House, a community hub of sorts, in Peterborough, Ontario to participate in a neighbourhood asset-mapping exercise.

Thank you Carol Coiffe, Healthy Communities Champion!

Volunteers support and enhance OHCC’s work in a wide variety of ways and are a key part of our organization’s success. This year, OHCC would like to publicly recognize Carol Coiffe, who has volunteered with OHCC for over 20 years, serving on committees, assisting at events, and promoting OHCC as a Healthy Communities Champion (HCC). Thank you Carol, for being such a fabulous volunteer and sharing our enthusiasm for creating healthier communities!

Congratulations to the Algoma Youth Engagement Network!

OHCC was thrilled to present the Sheila Lupson Healthy Communities Recognition Award to the Agoma Youth Engagement Network (AYEN) at the 2015 OHCC Annual General Meeting.  

The nomination noted:

AYEN’s story and values strongly reflect a Healthy Communities approach. So much has been accomplished through collaborative exchange, vision and commitment from such a broad range of partners. Furthermore, their motivations — equity, empowerment and well being for youth — are key to building and advancing Healthy Communities.

Smart Growth: Reconnections

Following up on the successful Smart Growth 2015 forum held on March 24, 2015, OHCC and the Ontario Smart Growth Network (OSGN) hosted another half-day event on October 29, 2015, entitled "Smart Growth: Reconnections. 

Collective Impact Summit

Written by Lorna McCue, Executive Director, Ontario Healthy Communities Coalition
I’ve just returned from a week-long Collective Impact Summit, hosted by Tamarack: An Institute for Community Engagement from Sept. 28 - Oct. 2, 2015.

OHCC AGM Registration

The Ontario Healthy Communities Coalition will be holding its Annual General Meeting (AGM) on Tuesday, November 21st during HC Link's 2017 Conference: Linking for Healthy Communities, at the BMO Institute for Learning, 3550 Pharmacy Avenue, Toronto, from 12:15 - 1:00 p.m. There is no cost to attend the AGM, but registration is required and seating is limited. Attendance can be in-person or online. The deadline for registration is November 10, 2017.

Conversations with Community Consultants: Rural Transportation

Lisa Tolentino is an OHCC Community Consultant who lives with her family in the Haliburton Highlands. She has been working with OHCC for almost 15 years. We sat down to talk with her about the Accelerating Rural Transportation Solutions project.

Why did OHCC get involved with the ARTS project?

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

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