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More from Massage Therapy Canada | Education | Research | Events May 27, 2014
New Brunswick gears up for regulation
Five months after the passage of the New Brunswick Massage Therapy Act, the province is now in full swing to establish the new college of massage therapy, and industry leaders are weighing in on what this would mean to massage therapy practitioners in the province.
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New spam law a deal breaker
Come this July, your ability to use email as a marketing or fundraising tool will be significantly restricted.
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Ontario rejoins national massage therapist alliance
The Registered Massage Therapists of Ontario (RMTAO) has rejoined the Canadian Massage Therapist Alliance (CMTA), a national alliance of massage therapist associations, citing the necessity for a unified national approach for the profession.
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Alberta wants residents to talk about wellness
Albertans are invited to share ideas and inspire new ways to improve wellness in communities across the province. The province’s new program, Let’s Talk about Wellness, engages residents and aims to broaden Albertans’ collective understanding of health and wellness and shift conversations from the delivery of healthcare to the factors that contribute to wellness.
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B.C. invests $375K to promote healthy communities
Forty-nine local governments in British Columbia have received B.C. Healthy Community Capacity Building Fund grants ranging from $2,000 to $20,000 to assist with healthy community planning, projects and policy development.
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