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Government of Canada, House of Commons

HUMA COMMITTEE REPORTIf you have any questions or comments regarding the accessibility of this publication, please contact us at accessible@parl.gc.ca.See the full document hereLIST OF RECOMMENDATIONS As a result of their deliberations committees may make recommendations which they include in the



Evaluation and impact measurement for the social economy from TIESS - Territoires innovants en Ă©conomie sociale et solidaire

[Resource] Men and Suicide Fact Sheet

Mental Health Commission of Canada

Middle-aged men (40 to 60) die by suicide more than anyone, including young people and women

[Report] Canadian Survey on Business Conditions, second quarter 2024

Statistics Canada

Canadian Survey on Business Conditions, second quarter 2024

[Recordings] Conference 2024 – Building Healthy Communities: Uniting Experience, Research, and Practice for Ontario’s Age-Friendly Future

The Ontario Age-Friendly Communities Outreach Program

The Ontario Age-Friendly Communities Outreach Program’s 2024 Conference session and Keynote recordings

[Article] Addressing your environment for falls prevention?

McMaster University

The stats speak for themselves: each year, more than 37 million falls result in the need for medical attention and over 680 thousand people die from falling around the globe (1).

[Article] It's Men's Health Month! Take charge of your well-being

McMAster University

Tips and Recources for Men's Health

[Evidence Summary] Interventions for smoking cessation in hospitalised patients

Cochrane Summary

We wanted to find out what interventions are helpful to support hospitalised people who smoke in quitting cigarette smoking. Our main goal was to find out which treatments can help hospitalised patients stop smoking for at least six months.

[Report] Traumatic brain injury

McMaster University

Traumatic brain injury, depression, conditions that affect your oxygen levels, and medication side effects can all impact your cognition.


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