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Saskatoon Star Phoenix
AIDS Vancouver

Forms an organization that exists to alleviate individual and collective vulnerability to HIV and AIDS through care and support, education, advocacy and research.

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Survivors of Medical Abuse
Supports medical victims in sharing their concerns in a safe, confidential environment. Provides emotional support through the process and participate in advocacy work. Attends members' hearings and offers moral support. Medical victims are defined as anyone who has suffered emotional, physical or sexual abuse from a medical practitioner.
Osteoporosis Society of Canada

Works to educate, empower, and support individuals and communities in the prevention and treatment of osteoporosis. Provides information to patients, health-care professionals, and the public. Website includes calcium-rich recipes and a Calcium Calculator. La Société de l'ostéoporose du Canada a pour but d'éduquer, d'haviliter et d'appuyer les personnes et les communautés en matière de prévention et de traitement de l'ostéoporose. (See Details)

Immigrant Women of Saskatchewan - Saskatoon
Provides a drop-in centre; catering services and offers weekly English As A Second Language (ESL) classes. Currently working on Health & Poverty Reduction project; Youth Leadership and Toastmaster. (See Details)
Code Blue for Child Care
Code Blue is a Canada-wide campaign to build a real pan-Canadian child care system. The campaign brings together national, provincial and territorial child care organizations, labour, women's and social justice groups along with Canadians from all walks of life. (See Details)
Global Birth Institute
Provides certification and training for those interested in becoming a childbirth doula, childbirth educator, postpartum doula, and lactation counsellor. (See Details)
University of Victoria Students' Society Women's Centre
The Women’s Centre is a collectively run drop-in centre open to all self-identified women on campus. It provides a safe space for women to hang out, meet people, get information and organise. Members are encouraged to work within their own areas of interest. The Centre also has a library that is open to all genders. For more information, stop by the Centre and talk to the Coordinator, or drop by during your spare time either to relax or to volunteer! (See Details)
Regina Leader Post
Manitoba Centre for Health Policy
Conducts research on the health of Manitobans. Examines patterns of illness in the population, and studies how people use health care services. (See Details)