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    Peer Nutrition Program The Peer Nutrition Program is a free Toronto Public Health program offered to parents and caregivers from ethnically and culturally diverse communities in Toronto. We hope to improve access to nutrition programs and enhance the nutritional status of children between the age of 6 months to 6 years.
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    This page is your gateway to health information provided by the City of Toronto. Read about Toronto Public Health services and programs, Emergency Medical Services and the activities and information delivered by other city divisions in areas such as recycling and cleaning up litter in Toronto.
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    Toronto Emergency Medical Services releases findings on Alexander Street call and confirms actions taken on recommendations
Chief Bruce Farr has released the findings and recommendations from the Ministry of Health and Long Term Care (MOHLTC) investigation into the response time of Toronto EMS to a call to Alexander Street, on June 25th, 2009.
Check for window safety even as weather heats up
You may be keeping windows open in the warmer weather but it's wise to check that you have safety devices installed on every window.
Seniors' portal
We've developed a page of interest to seniors. Check out the many links to accommodation, financial, health, participation and safety information.
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Bet you never knew we had so much stuff for kids, teens, parents and caregivers! Our Family portal provides an easy-to-bookmark page with many helpful links - your spot for family fun and information.
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