Coming of Age: Reimagining the Response to Youth Homelessness in Canada is a research report on how we approach youth homelessness in Canada. The report is intended to inspire change and innovation, with the ultimate goal of contributing to real and effective solutions to youth homelessness in Canada. This report touches on the importance of long term care and supporting youth to transition in to adulthood and independent living with programs much like our Rights of Passage program.
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Oh goodness… Have this little guy and I ever been having fun lately! When Miss G was this same age, we were in a major state of transition hello packing up an entire life overseas, moving home to Canada, staying with family for several months, and then
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Centre for Aging Brain Health Innovation announces up to $ 3 million in funding available to support industry innovations in the field of aging and brain health TORONTO Feb. 15 2018 /PRNewswire/ The Centre for Aging Brain Health Innovation (CABHI) led by Baycrest Health Sciences announced today the third round of funding available through its Industry Innovation Partnership Program (I2P2). The I2P2 program provides an opportunity for companies around the world to accelerate their seniors…