1. Resources & Publications

    A Summary of Self-Harm and Suicide in Niagara 2019

    This report provides updated data for self-harm and suicide in Niagara by analyzing Emergency Medical Services (EMS), Emergency Department (ED) visit, hospital admission and death data for Niagara residents. The report also includes data on methods of self-harm and suicide. By analyzing the data by age and sex, priority populations...
  2. Resources & Publications

    Caregivers in Alberta Fact Sheets

    In recognition of Caregivers Week in Alberta May 5-11, 2019, two infographics were co-created with Caregivers Alberta and provincial government stakeholders. The infographics help raise awareness about the contributions that 965,000 caregivers in Alberta make, saving the Alberta health care system $5.8 billion each year based on hiring replacement workers...
  3. Resources & Publications

    A Dementia Strategy for Canada

    Canada’s first national dementia strategy sets out a vision for the future and identifies common principles and national objectives to help guide actions by all levels of government, non-governmental organizations, communities, families and individuals. Published By: Public Health Agency of Canada Publication Date: June 2019
  4. Resources & Publications

    Promoting Pollinators: Niagara Bees and How to Help Them (Policy Brief #39)

    The Niagara Community Observatory (NCO) has partnered with Miriam Richards, a professor in the Department of Biological Sciences at Brock University to explore some of the realities of land-use in Niagara: its impact on bee communities, and ultimately on the integrity of our biodiversity. Author: Miriam Richards Published By: Niagara...
  5. Resources & Publications

    Niagara’s Agribusiness Sector: Towards a More Resilient Innovation Cluster (Policy Brief #40)

    The purpose of this policy brief is to provide a portrait of recent trends in the agribusiness sector in Niagara relative to similar mid-sized regions in southern Ontario. In doing so, it takes a deeper dive into some of the industry-specific strengths of the agribusiness sector as well as highlight...
  6. Resources & Publications

    Climate Change Toolkit for Health Professionals

    This toolkit consists of eight modules which have been prepared as stand-alone documents that can be read by themselves, but they have also been prepared to complement one another. It has been designed as a tool for health professionals and students in the health care and public health sectors who...
  7. Resources & Publications

    Niagara Economic Update: May 2019

    The Niagara Economic Update is an annual report from Niagara Economic Development that provides an overview of the performance of Niagara’s overall economy. This update focuses on identifying areas of strength as well as identifying challenge areas. Published By: Niagara Economic Development, Regional Municipality of Niagara Publication Date: May 2019
  8. Resources & Publications

    The Values Proposition: Building a Stronger Canada Through Values-Based Sport

    On October 15-16, 2019 the Public Policy Forum (PPF) and the Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport (CCES) brought together a diverse group of delegates from sport, academia, government and the corporate sector for a symposium to discuss the integration of a values-first approach to sport at all levels. Through...
  9. EventResources & Publications

    Better Business Outcomes Through A More Secure Workforce (Event Recording)

    This is an event recording of the May 15th, 2019 webinar “Better Business Outcomes Through a More Secure Workforce” with Damin Starr of Damin Starr Commercial Enterprises located in the Town of Lincoln as one of the webinar presenters. This webinar highlighted ways employers can learn how to mitigate risks...

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