Indicators for a Healthy Built Environment
Tuesday Feb 12, 1:30 – 3:00 EST
This online discussion with researchers, epidemiologists, data analysts, urban designers and health promoters was focussed on health-based indicators for evaluating policy and plans that shape built environments.
Addressing Community Transportation within Current Contexts Webinar Series
Webinar #3: Using Collaboration to Deal with Challenges
Thursday, Dec. 13, 2018, 2:00 - 3:00 pm (EST)
This session wrapped-up the webinar series with and presentations by Shelly Ackers on Quinte Access and Anne Newman on Connecting Northumberland. These two Community Transportation (CT) services in south eastern Ontario have been in operation in various capacities over the last 30 years. One of the keys to their success and survival has been ongoing collaboration and coordination with community partners and other CT programs.
Webinar #2: Technological Advances in Community Transportation
Wednesday, November 28, 1:00-2:00 pm (EST)
Presented in partnership with the Ontario Transportation Network.
Guest presenter David Thurlow, Program Director of Harmonize Mobility, gave an overview of current technological trends that will impact transportation planning for your community.
Webinar #1: OCTN Peer-Sharing Session
Thursday, November 22, 2018, 1:30 - 2:30 p.m.
This peer-sharing session was the first of 3-part webinar series on the theme of Addressing CT in Current Contexts. It provided OCTN members, and others working in and around community transportation, with the opportunity to network and share information, strategies and/or opportunities being employed so as to continue to move initiatives forward, in spite of changing circumstances.
Connecting Strategic Thinking to Strategic Planning: approaches, tips and tools
Wednesday, September 26
OHCC consultants Kim Hodgson, Lorna McCue and D’Arcy Farlow provide insights and tools for you to optimize your organization’s strategic thinking and planning efforts by tailoring traditional approaches and considering “emergent” planning approaches.
Helen Doyle, Healthy Environments Manager, York Region Public Health and Chair of the Ontario Public Health Association's Environmental Health Group and Bill Kilburn from the Back to Nature Network, and EcoHealth Ontario’s Steering Committee discuss the relationship between the natural environment, health and wellbeing, and to find ways to increase the quality and diversity of the rural and urban spaces we call home.Join us to learn more about the ecohealth movement, as well as current provincial initiatives led by EcoHealth Ontario (EHO).
Slides I Recording
Partnerships in the Future: What might we expect? How should we prepare?
April 25, 2018
This webinar was organized by OHCC community consultant Kim Hodgson, to inform a wide audience of the activities and results of the Measuring Rural Community Vitality initiative, which wrapped up in 2017. Rural Ontario Institute (ROI) engaged a number of organizations and municipalities and produced a variety of resources that are now available in their Knowledge Centre.