March 18th, 2016, marked a very important, and strategic milestone for the Lower North Shore and the Bioproducts Solidarity Cooperative.
The official grand opening of the Lower North Shore Bioprocessing and Research Facility in St. Paul’s River, Québec on March 18th, represented a significant achievement in the economic and social development of the Lower North Shore.
The Uni-Aide Foundation’s Lower North Shore Health Fund provides support to people in financial need for transportation, medication and living allowances due to illness.
Since its inception in 2012, through to May of 2016, the Uni-Aide Foundation, under the direction of its board of directors, provided $53,851.82 in assistance through 114 requests for help.
Seniors and those with a loss of autonomy are a top priority for CISSSCN and in partnership with the Coasters Association and the Lower North Shore Coalition for Health; (LNSCH) a strategy was developed to establish Day Centers on the Lower North Shore.
The involvement and encouragement of community and public resources are instrumental in recognizing the needs of this target community.
The Lower North Shore Coalition for Health, the Director of Programs and support staff at the Coasters Association have been very busy throughout 2015-2016.
In the last year the partners have worked on an Ecosystemic approach triennial plan for improving the health and wellbeing of residents 18-50 years of age.
The Ecosystemic plan for 18-50 builds off the triennial plan for 0-17 years olds developed in 2014-2015.
Basse Cote Nord en Forme (BCNeF) is encouraging parents and children to get outside and ...PLAY!
Go for a family walk, bike ride, play soccer or hike over the hills!