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World Health Day: Let’s Talk About a Global Issue Often Ignored

World Health Day - April 7What do you think of when you think of World Health Day?

For many, domestic abuse isn’t on the list of issues they’d think of, but it should be.

Physical or sexual abuse is a public health problem. One that, tragically, affects one third of girls and women worldwide. This isn’t a problem that is limited to certain regions or even countries. It’s one that exists right here in Canada, and in Ontario. In the homes of our family and friends, in the workplaces of of our neighbours, and in our own backyards.

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