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    Create a Vision Board
    You can keep things fresh with a Pinterest board or go old school and get out the crafting supplies including glue stick, scissors, a big piece of cardboard and a stack of magazines. Make sure you are pulling pictures that drum up emotions related to the why behind getting healthy and not just images of fit bodies. Keep the board somewhere you’ll see it each and every day so you can’t forget about your goals.

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BC Ministry of Health  2/4/2016

Office location: 1515 Blanshard Street, Victoria B.C.
Mailing address:

Service BC Monday to Friday, 7:30 am to 5:00 pm PST (except statutory holidays)
Vancouver: 604 660-2421 Victoria: 250 387-6121
Elsewhere in B.C.: 1-800-663-7867

Ministry of Health general enquiries:

Medical Services Plan - Health Insurance BC
Monday to Friday, 8:00 am to 4:30 pm PST (except statutory holidays)
Metro Vancouver: 604 683-7151 Toll-free: 1 800 663-7100

PharmaCare - Health Insurance BC
Monday to Friday, 8:00 am to 8:00 pm PST (except statutory holidays)
Saturday, 8:00 am to 4:00 pm PST
Metro Vancouver: 604 683-7151 Toll-free: 1 800 663-7100
HealthLink BC Phone: 8-1-1 Website:

Minister - Honourable Terry Lake">
Phone: 250 953-3547 Fax: 250 356-9587 Email:

Deputy Minister - Stephen Brown">
Phone: 250 952-1590 Fax: 250 952-1909 Email:

Media enquiries
Health Communications Phone: 250 952-1887 Fax: 250 952-1883

Canadian Taxpayers Federation  2/4/2016

Canadian Taxpayers Federation

The Canadian Taxpayers Federation (CTF) is a federally incorporated, non-profit organization and taxpayers advocacy group that claims over 84,000 supporters across Canada and is governed by a six-person board of directors.

The organization advocates lower taxes, a reduction of what it considers to be wasteful government spending, and an increase in government accountability.

It was founded in Saskatchewan in 1990 through a merger of the Association of Saskatchewan Taxpayers and the Resolution One Association of Alberta.

The CTF maintains a federal office in Ottawa, and offices in Calgary, Vancouver, Edmonton, Regina, Winnipeg, Toronto, and Halifax.

Provincial offices conduct research and advocacy activities specific to their provinces, and act as regional organizers of Canada-wide initiatives.

The group opened the office in Halifax, partly due to a pension scandal in September 2010.

The federation uses a combination of media interviews, press conferences, speeches, presentations, petitions and publications to advocate its political views.

The CTF publishes The Taxpayer magazine four times a year, and a regular e-mail Action Updates and a website/blog.

CTF offices also issue weekly Let’s Talk Taxes commentaries to media outlets.

Jordan Bateman

British Columbia Director

Office Location: PO Box 20539 Howe Street RPO, Vancouver BC V6Z 2N8

Phone: 604.999.3319 E-mail: Twitter @ jordanbateman

Jordan Bateman brings a diverse background of journalism, small business ownership and elected life to his role as B.C. Director for the Canadian Taxpayers Federation.

Jordan served for six years as an elected Township Councillor in Langley, B.C., a community of 100,000 people, and served on the community's Economic Development Commission and the Fraser Valley Regional Library Board.

After winning two elections, Jordan resigned from Council in 2011 to take on his role with the CTF.

A trained journalist who worked for the Langley Advance newspaper for six years, Jordan also owned and operated his own writing and editing business for a decade.

He has ghostwritten and edited more than 125 books for religious, political, business, charity, music and other clients.

In 2013, Jordan was named to Vancouver Magazine's prestigious Power 50 list of the most influential people in Greater Vancouver.

In 2015, Jordan graduated from Royal Roads University with a Master of Arts in Leadership, receiving the prestigious Chancellor’s Award as top student in the program.

Jordan and his wife Jennifer are both licensed wedding chaplains, having married more than 350 couples.

They have three children--Indiana, Danica and Jackson--and live in Langley.

He is an unabashed Vancouver Canucks, Green Bay Packers and B.C. Lions fan.

Creative Capacity, LLC   3/6/2016

Creative Capacity, LLC (formerly Consulting for Nonprofits)

was founded in 2002 by Allison Trimarco to collaborate with nonprofit organizations of all types to increase their management capacity. All of our consulting engagements are designed and led by Allison, who brings 20 years of experience in the nonprofit sector to her work.

Prior to beginning her consulting practice, Allison worked for a wide range of nonprofit organizations, primarily in the arts and in youth service and development. She served as the Managing Director for Scrap Mettle SOUL Performance in Chicago, increasing its ticket sales by 75% and its organizational budget by 40% during her tenure. She also managed programs and public relations for one of the largest public libraries in Illinois, participating in a successful $20 million dollar bond campaign that funded a complete renovation of the library. Other professional experience includes work in public television and regional theatre.

Recent projects of note include a study for the Mendelssohn Club Chorus that examined potential strategies for collaboration and alliances; a planning process for PlayPenn, a national new play development organization, that developed an effective business model based on their mission and values; a research assessment that outlined strategies for improving the effectiveness of small nonprofit arts boards, funded by the New Jersey State Council on the Arts’ Building Arts Participation program; and a strategic plan for Philadelphia’s Attic Youth Center that provided a road map for a transition from a grassroots organization to a stable institution. Other recent clients include BalletX, the New Jersey Arts Education Partnership, the Trenton Children’s Chorus, The Food Trust, and New Paradise Laboratories.

She is an affiliated consultant and trainer with The Nonprofit Center at La Salle University’s School of Business, where she has handled fundraising and strategic planning projects for arts, education, and social service organizations. She is also an adjunct professor in Drexel University’s graduate program in arts administration (audience development) and La Salle University's graduate program in Nonprofit Leadership (fundraising). Allison has conducted management seminars on fundraising, strategic planning, board development, and volunteer management for both regional leaders (the Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation, Greater Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce, United Way of Southeastern Pennsylvania), and local organizations (schools, libraries, and community-based nonprofits).

Allison earned her Master’s degree in Arts Management with highest distinction at Carnegie Mellon University, and her Bachelor’s degree in Theatre cum laude at Smith College. Her Master’s thesis explored organizational development strategies in small, volunteer-led arts organizations. She lives in central New Jersey with her husband, actor and playwright David Lee White, and their son Nicholas.

Health Canada  2/4/2016

Minister of Health - Represents the riding of Markham-Stouffville
70 Colombine Driveway, Tunney's Pasture, Postal Location: 0906C, Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0K9
Telephone: 613-957-0200 Fax: 613-952-1154

Health Canada - Address Locator 0900C2, Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0K9

Email: Telephone: 613-957-2991 Toll free: 1-866-225-0709
Facsimile: 613-941-5366

Health Canada is the Federal department responsible for helping Canadians maintain and improve their health, while respecting individual choices and circumstances.

What is Health Canada's Goal?

According to our mission and vision, Health Canada's goal is for Canada to be among the countries with the healthiest people in the world.

To achieve this goal, Health Canada:

Relies on high-quality scientific research as the basis for our work.

Conducts ongoing consultations with Canadians to determine how to best meet their long-term health care needs.

Communicates information about disease prevention to protect Canadians from avoidable risks.

Encourages Canadians to take an active role in their health, such as increasing their level of physical activity and eating well.

Health Canada into the Future

Health Canada believes that prevention and health promotion can hold health care costs down and improve quality of life in the long term.

To this end, the Department is committed to meeting the challenges of tomorrow by supporting research and fostering partnerships with researchers across the country and the world.

We also work collaboratively with the provinces and territories to test ways in which the Canadian health care system can be improved and ensure its sustainability for the future.

What Information is Available?

This section contains an overview of Health Canada and provides you points of entry to many Health Canada-specific related topics.

From here you can learn more about how the Department is structured, where our offices are situated and who our ministers are.

You can also find out about our strategies and initiatives, as well as the budget estimates for our programs.

This section also provides information about health-related legislation and activities, including commissions and inquiries.

From here, you can access a complete repository of all reports and publications available on this Web site and find a list of health-related conferences and events, including our consultations with Canadians.

Health Canada - a partner in health for all Canadians

At Health Canada our role is to help Canadians maintain and improve their health.

While the provinces and territories are responsible for delivering healthcare to the majority of Canadians, the federal government also has a number of key roles and responsibilities in areas that affect health and healthcare.

In addition to working closely with provincial and territorial governments, we also work with other federal departments and agencies, non-governmental organizations, other countries, Aboriginal partners and the private sector to help achieve our goal of Canada being one of the healthiest countries in the world.

Persons with Disabilities Online  2/4/2016

Persons with Disabilities Online

Persons with Disabilities Online's mission statement is:

Through the use of information technology, to provide integrated access to information, programs and services for persons with disabilities, their families, their caregivers, service providers and all Canadians.

Public Health Agency of Canada  2/4/2016

the Public Health Agency of Canada

Q. I am looking for a Federal Government employee. Where can I obtain their contact information?

A. You can search for any employee within the Federal Government by visiting the Government Electronic Directory Services (GEDS).
It lists the names, titles, telephone numbers, fax numbers and mailing addresses of departmental employees.

    Krista Outhwaite - President of the Public Health Agency of Canada

Biography   Krista Outhwaite is the President of the Public Health Agency of Canada.

Previously, Ms. Outhwaite served as the Associate Deputy Minister of the Agency.

Prior to joining the Agency on October 12, 2010, she was the Assistant Secretary to the Cabinet, Operations with the Privy Council Office since March 2009.

She joined PCO from Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, where she held the post of Assistant Deputy Minister, Market and Industry Services Branch, from 2007 to 2009.

Ms. Outhwaite also held previous posts within the Canadian Food Inspection Agency, Health Canada and the Department of Fisheries and Oceans.

Ms. Outhwaite holds a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Guelph and a Master of Science from the University of Manitoba.

    Chief Public Health Officer Dr. Gregory W. Taylor

Dr. Gregory W. Taylor, BSc, MD, CCFP, FRCPC

Dr. Gregory Taylor is Canada's Chief Public Health Officer, appointed on October 8, 2014.

Dr. Taylor obtained his MD from Dalhousie University in Halifax where he also completed a family medicine residency. After several years in active primary care in Ontario, he completed a fellowship in Community Medicine at the University of Ottawa and joined Health Canada’s Laboratory Centre for Disease Control.

His initial responsibilities focussed on cardiovascular disease and he has been involved with a wide range of Federal chronic disease activities.

He joined the Agency's Office of Public Health Practice in 2007, with primary responsibilities focussed on building public health capacity in Canada, and a number of key leadership roles within the Agency and in the Public Health Network.

Dr. Taylor became the Deputy Chief Public Health Officer in 2012 directly supporting the Chief Public Health Officer and Associate Deputy Minister.

He maintains his connection with the University of Ottawa as adjunct professor of Epidemiology and Community Medicine.

Vancouver Coastal Health Corporate Office  2/4/2016

Vancouver Coastal Health Corporate Office

phone: In Vancouver 604.736.2033
Toll-free for residents outside of the Lower Mainland: 1.866.884.0888

mail: Vancouver Coastal Health Corporate Office
11th Floor, 601 West Broadway
Vancouver, BC V5Z 4C2


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