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More from Massage Therapy Canada | Education | Research | Events July 15, 2014
Canadian accreditation body for RMT education gets funding commitment from regulators
The Founders Group for the Massage Therapy Council for Accreditation (MTCFA), a multisector organization developing a national accreditation body for massage therapy education, has issued its latest update to all stakeholders reporting, among other things, a funding commitment of $210,000 from massage therapy regulators to bankroll its first year of operations.
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B.C.’s billion-dollar investment fails to improve access to health care
Since 2006, British Columbia has spent more than a billion dollars to improve primary health care. So have B.C. patients benefited from such a massive investment? Sadly, it appears not.
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Manulife, Excellence Canada team up to promote workplace mental health
Manulife has entered into a three-year sponsorship as the Mental Health at Work Champion of Excellence with Excellence Canada to help improve the mental health of Canadians within the workplace. Manulife will work with Excellence Canada to further promote and administer the program for organizations across Canada.
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Canadian government promotes better health for Aboriginal Peoples with series of funding
Federal Health Minister Rona Ambrose has announced funding for three recipients of the Partners for Engagement and Knowledge Exchange grants through the Canadian Institutes of Health Research’s Pathways to Health Equity for Aboriginal Peoples signature initiative.
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