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YMCA Canada 2024 Canada Day Statement

July 1, 2024As we celebrate Canada Day, it is essential to reflect on the true essence of this day and its significance in our journey towards truth and reconciliation with Indigenous Peoples. The YMCA acknowledges the deep historical and ongoing impacts of colonization and recognizes the importance of honouring Indigenous cultures, histories, and contributions.
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YMCA 2SLGBTQIA+ Pride Statement 2024

June 2024YMCA Canada proudly stands with our 2SLGBTQIA+ community during Pride Month and every day of the year. At the YMCA, we believe that everyone deserves to be treated with dignity, respect, and equality. Pride Month is a time to celebrate the vibrant diversity of sexual and gender expression within our communities.
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Diabetes prevention program rolls out across Canada

April 10, 2024Canadians at risk of Type 2 diabetes encouraged to take small steps toward better healthThousands of Canadians with prediabetes will soon be able to sign up at participating YMCAs for a diet and exercise counseling program proven to lower their risk of developing Type 2 diabetes.
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