The Central, Central East and North Simcoe Muskoka LHINs consulted the francophone communities of their territories during the month of February 2016. Entité 4 thanks Francophones who participated in answering the Ministry’s questions about this discussion paper.
The North Simcoe Muskoka Community Care Access Centre (NSM CCAC), Entité 4 and the NSM Local Health Integration Network (LHIN) partnered in the creation of a French Language library to enhance access to local health and social services offered in French. Anyone can access the French Language library through www.nsmhealthline.ca or by calling 310-2222.
Black Creek Community Health Centre in North York offers free workshops in French on the health and well-being of Francophones. The francophone community of North York is invited to come this Saturday for a diabetes detection program and is also invited on March 26th for a presentation on the results of a study, recently conducted, on health needs of Francophones. Click here for details (in French only).
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From left to right:
Students from ÉSC Mgr-de-Charbonnel, Darling Emile from TAIBU CHC, Sophie and Ameth from Entité 4 with Dieufert Bellot (Central East LHIN) and Tina Christman (North Simcoe Muskoka LHIN)