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Job Posting: Director – Community Engagement CMHA

CAREER OPPORTUNITY DIRECTOR  COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT   CMHA BC Division has an exciting career opportunity for a highly energetic and results-oriented Director of Community Engagement to play an active leadership role in strengthening CMHA in BC through engagement with provincial organizations and corporations.  The ideal candidate has a commitment to diversity, exemplary relationship-building skills, is skilled…

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Job Posting: Secretariat Director – Community Action Initiative CMHA

  CAREER OPPORTUNITY   Secretariat Director – Community Action Initiative     About the Community Action Initiative (CAI) The Community Action Initiative (CAI) was created to support community-led projects that promote mental health, prevent substance use challenges and promote effective treatment and support for individuals and families experiencing mental health and/or substance use challenges in…

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School District No. 64 (Gulf Islands) – Job Posting

School District No. 64 (Gulf Islands) invites applications for the temporary contract position of Physiotherapist for Grades K to 12.     This position is a district based itinerant position that sees the successful applicant travelling to schools throughout the district. Services will be to a maximum of 300 hours for the 2017/2018 school year….

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Save the Date! PHABC Summer School 2017

Facing a Changing World: Transformative Leadership and Practice July 6-7 2017   Drawing practitioners of public health from all over the province, PHABC’s annual Summer School is BC’s leading forum for inspiration, sharing, and learning on public health and health equity at the individual, health care system, and community levels. Join us for our 2017 PHABC…

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BC Election Blog: Poverty Plan a Prescription for Tackling Mental Illness

Poverty Plan: A prescription for tackling mental illness By: Amy Lubik, BSc (Hon), PhD   The Public Health Association of B.C. believes that one of the best places to start trying to curtail mental illness would be with a comprehensive poverty-reduction strategy. When one in five Canadians is experiencing mental illness at any one time, and B.C. has the…

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