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Seven Ways You Can Help People Experiencing Homelessness During Hot Weather

Extreme heat is a health risk. Heat-related illness includes heat stroke, heat exhaustion, heat rash and muscle cramps. Other heat-related symptoms include dizziness, nausea, fainting, headache, rapid breathing and heartbeat, and extreme thirst.

Although heat-related illness is preventable, extreme heat contributes to an average of 120 premature deaths every summer in Toronto. People experiencing homelessness are especially at risk.

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Fred’s Walk: A Great Opportunity for Corporate Teams to Fight Homelessness and Poverty in Toronto

Fred’s Walk brings people together to raise funds and awareness about homelessness and poverty in Toronto. It’s a terrific opportunity for corporate teams and organizations to get involved, get active, and make a difference.

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The Intersection of Gender and Homelessness – Addressing the Root Causes of Women’s Homelessness

Homelessness is a problem that affects everyone, but it disproportionately impacts women. This article discusses the challenges faced by homeless women in Canada and outlines some possible solutions.

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Future Is in Our Hands – How to Talk About Homelessness with Children

Discussing homelessness with children is crucial for building empathy and compassion toward those who are experiencing poverty and living without a home.

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Homeless Couples: We Found Love in a Hopeless Place

Many people have the misconception that homeless people don’t experience romantic attraction or need the emotional support of a partner. homeless people are just like everyone else — they meet and fall in and out of love, date people, and support each other.

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