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Good Monday morning,
I'm getting ready to speak at
UHN's Annual Meeting which is happening tomorrow. Together, we'll be recognizing the people of UHN, reflecting on the past year and discussing the one ahead.
Another big item for UHN is the impact of the
recent election. Ontario is preparing for the arrival of Premier-Designate Doug Ford's new government.
This past weekend, we had the 11th annual Enbridge
Ride to Conquer Cancer: $18.3 million raised thanks to 4,600 riders who rode more than 200 km in support of The Princess Margaret Cancer Foundation (PMCF).
I also sent an update about our expanded
Executive Management Team which is now known as the Executive Leadership Forum.
Another highlight was attending
Peter Munk's Celebration of Life. While his presence is still very much missed, it was a truly inspiring celebration of a life both well and fully lived.
In closing, I'd like to take this opportunity to recognize a missed acknowledgement in last week's message. My sincere thanks to
Alyssa Macedo for her dedicated contribution to the success of the BRITE (Building Resilience within Institutions Together with Employees) program at Princess Margaret. All members of our team are important to our work at UHN, and as such it is important to pause and thank all staff for their efforts towards improving quality of life for both staff and patients.
Thanks for reading,