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The Public Health Agency of Canada provides resources on a variety of infectious and chronic diseases, including diabetes and HIV/AIDS.
Pacific Riding for Developing Abilities was established to provide therapeutic horseback riding to individuals with physical, cognitive and emotional disabilities.
The Ministry of Children and Family has 13 service locations across BC, each offering different physical and mental health services.
The Heiltsuk Health Centre seeks to promote the health of the Heiltsuk people.
A non-profit society that aims to enhance reciprocal social interaction, communication, imaginative play, and friendships between individuals on the autism spectrum and their typically developing peers.
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