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  • Healthy Canadians
    Share tips and find relevant, fun and practical facts to help you and your family be healthy, stay safe and live well.
  • DrugsNot4Me
    Drug-free is the way to be. Check out this interactive site to learn how to handle peer pressure and get facts about drugs and their use. You can also find support for quitting drugs and ways to help you stay clean. There are lots of reasons to say no to drugs. Find your reason here.
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    Learn how to protect and improve your health. Stay up-to-date on diseases and vaccinations, travel health warnings, and public health notices (such as a recent outbreak). Also keep informed on injury prevention and food safety (such as food poisoning and product recalls).
  • Healthy First Nations and Inuit
    A space where First Nations and Inuit community members can come together. Connect, share and learn about how you can make healthy and informed decisions for yourself and your families.

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