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Wendy Grace Evans
Both providers and consumers have the potential for a profound and positive impact on one another’s lives. In honor of National Women’s Health Week, this is the story of Mary and Kate, two women who touched each other’s lives, and their unique,...
Kate Murray
When Steve Mallaburn got his first experience of renovating a derelict house more than 20 years ago, the "big society" wasn't even a twinkle in a young David Cameron's eye. But as he rolled up his sleeves and plastered...
Kate MacNeil, Jason Darnell
Objective: Little research exits on how grief and loss contributes to the homelessness of older male adults. This paper will review the available literature on grief and loss and homelessness and explore how grief and loss has factored into the...
Erika Khandor, Kate Mason, Catharine Chambers, Kate Rossiter, Laura Cowan, Stephen W. Hwang
Background: Despite experiencing a disproportionate burden of acute and chronic health issues, many homeless people face barriers to primary health care. Most studies on health care access among homeless populations have been conducted in the United...
Vicky P.K.H. Nguyen, Feroz Sarkari, Kate MacNeil, Laura Cowan, Joyce Rankin
Background Disadvantaged older adults living in non-family situations in Toronto are more likely than older adults living in family situations to have less economic security, less social support, and less choice in housing. Older...
Report provides recommendations on how to address issues in Yellowknife When a report outlining five policy recommendations for addressing homelessness in the Yellowknife was presented to members of the community at city hall...
Richard Wilkinson
FAIRNESS COMMISSION SPECIAL REPORT – HE probably won’t like the comparison, but Professor Richard Wilkinson, the architect of Islington’s groundbreaking report into social inequality, seems more like a veteran movie star than veteran academic...