kevin tuong: Marni Panas is the senior adviser of diversity and inclusion at Alberta Health Services, according to Toronto Star. She helped organize AHS's first Pride festival. Alberta Health Services hosted its first Pride festival at the Royal Alexandra Hospital on Monday, which included speeches and panel discussions on creating safe and inclusive environments for gender minority communities. Kevin Tuong / For Star Metro Edmonton Officials also announced they were developing a new provincial advisory council. AHS is truly committed to partnering with the gender minority community because we want to make sure that our colleagues, our patients and our families feel safe, welcome and included, she said. Deb Gordon, vice-president and chief health operations officer for AHS, said the council will advise the organization on health services for all sexual and gender minority people. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.
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