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Crafting Connections in a Landscape of Uncertainty

CICMH's 2021 Virtual Conference

November 3, 2021

Save the date. We have secured Wednesday, November 3rd for our 2021 CICMH Virtual Conference titles Crafting Connections in the Landscape of Uncertainty.

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News & Announcements

April 14, 2021

Canada and Ontario Invest in School Infrastructure to Respond to the Impacts of COVID-19
OTTAWA — The governments of Canada and Ontario announced $656.5 million in funding to provide critical infrastructure upgrades to protect students and staff from COVID-19 in the province’s schools.   The infrastructure upgrades were announced by the Honourable Catherine McKenna, Minister of Infrastructure and Communities, the Honourable Laurie Scott, Minister of Infrastructure for Ontario, and...
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April 1, 2021

This is your brain on pandemic: What chronic stress is doing to us
Back in the 1980s, there was a public service announcement on TV that you may remember — or may have seen on YouTube.   A guy in a kitchen held up an egg and said, “This is your brain.” Then he cracked the egg into a hot frying pan, and said, “This is your brain on...
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March 12, 2021

Eating disorders spiked during the pandemic, and that forced a rethink in how they are treated
Sarah White sets a timer to remind herself to eat. She sets it six times a day so that she eats three meals and three snacks.   White says she’s always been a “picky eater.” But when she started working from home, her routine was interrupted and her already difficult relationship with food became dangerous....
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