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Breaking Barriers: A Conversation About Mental Health and Women of Colour

Room For Her

An expert panel discusses how to decrease stigma and increase access to quality mental health care for women of colour.Women of colour face systemic, cultural and economic barriers in accessing mental health care. Therapy still remains relatively expensive and it is difficult to find women of colour

How To Support Women of Colour in the Workplace

Mackenzie Patterson, Room for Her

Women still face unique challenges in the workplace today. However, being a woman of colour (WOC) adds another layer of disadvantage that can make it even more challenging to succeed at work.It’s time we recognize the systemic barriers standing in the way for WOC. In this article, we’ll explore

New CRA Draft Guidance on Funding Non-Charities: Public Consultation (deadline January 31, 2023)

Government of Canada

The Canada Revenue Agency is accepting feedback on draft guidance CG‑032, Registered charities making grants to non-qualified donees. We encourage you to provide feedback and ask that you submit your comments by January 31, 2023. Email: guidancefeedback-retroactionsurleslignesdirectrices@cra-ar

Social Isolation of Seniors: A Focus on LGBTQ Seniors in Canada

Employment and Social Development Canada

This supplement is a resource to help organizations and service providers adopt approaches to help lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ) seniors strengthen human connections. Social isolation is a silent reality experienced by many seniors, particularly LGBTQ seniors. It is hoped tha

Aging with Pride : A Guide to Creating Inclusive Services for LGBTQ2S+ Older Adults

Government of Alberta

The guide is an educational resource to help senior-serving organizations increase awareness of LGBTQ2S+ seniors’ issues and needs and identify concrete actions organizations can take to be more inclusive and affirming. This guide is for any organization that works with seniors as volunteers, staf


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