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Nicole Letourneau

Nicole Letourneau is an expert advisor with EvidenceNetwork.ca and a professor in the faculties of nursing and medicine. She also holds the Norlien/Alberta Children’s Hospital Foundation Chair in Parent-Infant Mental Health at the University of Calgary.

Opinion | BY NICOLE LETOURNEAU | December 6, 2023
Continued infrastructure funding for the Alliance of Canadian Research Centres on Gender-Based Violence has not been prioritized as Women and Gender Equality Minister Marci Ien and the government implement the National Action Plan on Gender-Based Violence, writes Nicole Letourneau. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY NICOLE LETOURNEAU | December 6, 2023
Opinion | BY NICOLE LETOURNEAU | December 6, 2023
Continued infrastructure funding for the Alliance of Canadian Research Centres on Gender-Based Violence has not been prioritized as Women and Gender Equality Minister Marci Ien and the government implement the National Action Plan on Gender-Based Violence, writes Nicole Letourneau. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY ERIN SCHRYER, NICOLE LETOURNEAU | January 12, 2017
Canada's federal minister responsible for reducing poverty Jean-Yves Duclos, who is the minister of Families, Children and Social Development. Erin Schryer and Nicole Letourneau say policy-makers should invest in, develop, and sustain a high quality early child development framework that prioritizes child and family health, development, care, and learning. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright
Opinion | BY ERIN SCHRYER, NICOLE LETOURNEAU | January 12, 2017
Opinion | BY ERIN SCHRYER, NICOLE LETOURNEAU | January 12, 2017
Canada's federal minister responsible for reducing poverty Jean-Yves Duclos, who is the minister of Families, Children and Social Development. Erin Schryer and Nicole Letourneau say policy-makers should invest in, develop, and sustain a high quality early child development framework that prioritizes child and family health, development, care, and learning. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright