With the opening of Ontario’s first cannabis retail stores this month, and cannabis enthusiasts preparing for the first April 20th (4-20) celebration day since legalization, the Windsor-Essex County Health Unit has launched an education campaign for students and young adults aimed at lowering risk for negative health outcomes associated with using the newly legal product.
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On Friday afternoon, the Windsor-Essex Community Opioid and Substance Strategy (WECOSS) Leadership Committee released an online report that outlines key accomplishments that took place in 2018 after a full year of Strategy implementation.
The following quote can be attributed to Theresa Marentette, CEO and Chief Nursing Officer of the Windsor Essex Health County Unit:
The following quote can be attributed to Theresa Marentette, CEO and Chief Nursing Officer of Windsor Essex Health County Unit:
The Windsor-Essex County Health Unit reached out to ONA Local 8 to get back to the table on Thursday, March 28.
Over the past several days, we have received inquiries from the public with respect to recent measles cases in the United States.
Windsor-Essex County Health Unit received a request from ONA Local 8 to return to the bargaining table.
The Windsor-Essex County Health Unit is reminding the community that although the High School Student Suspension date of March 29 was cancelled due to the current labour disruption, it is important that we all continue to keep our immunization records up-to-date.
CEO and Chief Nursing Officer Theresa Marentette has released the following statement regarding infectious disease management during the current labour disruption.
To date, approximately 1200 students born in 2001 and 2002 have incomplete immunization records with the Windsor-Essex County Health Unit.