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HEALTH

Issue 17
Erin Peplar

How Education and Research Change the Game

Research and education are at the core of the healthcare sector, and for obvious reasons: Without research, innovation is impossible, and education enables distribution of the knowledge this research brings.

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Issue 17
Melissa Nowakowski

Modernizing Meds

When you think of pharmaceuticals, innovation may not be the first thing that comes to mind. But these Ontario companies are doing innovative things!

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Issue 17
Lisa van de Geyn

Navigating Mental Health

You don’t have to have a mental illness to know there’s a
mental health crisis in this country. According to the Centre for
Addiction and Mental Health, the economic burden of mental illness
in Canada is $51 billion per year.

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A Brave New World
Lisa van de Geyn

Meeting The Need

At times during the past two years, many people have found themselves struggling to access essential services.

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A Brave New World
Kailee Somers

Community Connections

Isolation has been a major issue during the past two years, with many struggling to stay connected to the people and activities they love and the services and support systems they need.

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Innovating Trends
Kailee Somers

A Chat with Alex Page

Born and raised in Oshawa, Ont., chef Alex Page is as passionate about Durham Region and its food community as they come.

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A Marriage Made In COVID

Angels and med-tech companies are getting better acquainted, thanks to COVID-19.
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Innovation in Mental Health

Ontario Shores has a long history of technology and innovation.
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Technology that Makes a Difference

How Axcessiom Technologies is helping people with disabilities drive safely.
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From The Frontlines

When news of the coronavirus reached Pickering, Ont.-based Dr. Lubna Tirmizi, she couldn’t have guessed what the next several months would look like.
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