This article employs the metaphor that settler colonialism functions as a net with innumerable “colonial knots” that Indigenous Peoples in Canada are trapped within and that prevent them from being able to exercise self-determination and sovereignty. The authors propose that the work of health leaders to dismantle Indigenous-specific racism, White supremacy and settler colonialism requires dedicated, everyday efforts to “untie colonial knots.”
La participation sociale des personnes aînées montréalaises : Données fondées sur des expériences vécues et recommandations
This report describes a project by the Direction régionale de santé publique du CIUSSS du Centre-Sud-de-l’Île-de-Montréal to identify and describe the experiences of older people related to social participation and isolation as determinants of health.
This report synthesizes evidence to inform the application of intersectionality in data analysis and policymaking in Scotland and provides useful knowledge and case examples to consider in the Canadian context.
Future Search: Action for Disrupting White Supremacy and Racism in Public Health Systems Workshop Report
This report captures the ideas, knowledge, and expertise of key actors from across Canada’s public health systems who – moving beyond anti-racist training - participated in a workshop to identify concrete actions to disrupt White supremacy and racism in public health systems. This resource can be used by others to inspire action to dismantle White supremacy and racism in public health systems in this land now known as Canada.
Les éclosions COVID-19 en milieu de travail à Montréal : Chronologie, bilan épidémiologique et portraits sectoriels
This surveillance report summarizes outbreaks of COVID-19 in workplaces in Montreal, Quebec, Canada during the first three waves of the COVID-19 pandemic.