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COVID-19 Employment Resources

Employment information is subject to change as the government, federal and provincial, implement changes to address the economic effects of the pandemic here in Canada. The ODHA communicates with our employment legal counsel, Piccolo Heath LLP, to provide up-to-date...

COVID-19 Additional Resources

Since January 23rd, 2020 the ODHA has been providing information and sharing helpful resources to assist members during these challenging times.   Possible opportunity to help – The Ministry of Health is looking for assistance from health care providers...

COVID-19 Wellness Resources

The following links are provided to share helpful resources that may assist members in maintaining overall wellness during these challenging times. CAMH – Mental health and the COVID-19 pandemic CDC – Stress and coping Canadian Mental Health Association’s tips...

COVID-19 Update

COVID-19 (March 27) ODHA update Under the current provincial state of emergency, all non-essential businesses have been told to close and where able to enable staff to work from home. Until now, ODHA staff have been working on a...

Advocacy in action

ODHA meeting with MPP – November 22, 2019 On Friday, November 22, 2019, Margaret Carter, ODHA Executive Director met with Jane McKenna, MPP for Burlington, Parliamentary Assistant to the Minister of Labour, Training and Skills Development, to review key issues...

Spousal Exception

The Ontario Dental Hygienists’ Association (ODHA) supports member dental hygienists in Ontario. ODHA has and continues to advocate with the Government of Ontario to change the law as outlined in the Regulated Health Professions Act (RHPA) by passing a...

The ODHA Social Hub

Moving forward on the ODHA Social Hub lets build your own personalized public page and start promoting yourself in the industry with this unique opportunity! Your public page has built-in features specific to the dental hygiene profession that you...