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ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING AND CONFERENCE MARCH 21 2015

Date: Saturday, March 21, 2015 Venue: 2700 Diab Street, St Laurent, H4S 1E8 Registration: 11:30 a.m. Time: AGM: 12:00 – 1:00 p.m. Presentations: 1:15 – 4:30 p.m. Agenda for the conferences (1:15 – 4:30 p.m.) 1. Environmental Sensitivities (chemical, electromagnetic, mould, etc.): A disabling illness. Barry Breger, MD. (1:15 – 1:45 p.m.) 2. Is there a bio-physical mechanism that explains electromagnetic sensitivities? Paul Héroux, Ph.D. Occupational Health Program Director, Department of Epidemiology, Biostatistics and Occupational Health, McGill University Medicine (1:45 – 2:30 p.m.) Using data generated by Russian researchers in the 80’s and with the result of his research at the Royal Victoria Hospital, a coherent explanation of the physical-biological mechanism that supports the action of very small electromagnetic fields as they are found in the normal environment will be presented. Break 2:30 – 2:45 p.m. 3. Environmental Hypersensitivities: coping or avoiding, which strategy for you? David O’Hare, MD (2:45 – 4:15 pm) What is hypersensitivity from a physiological standpoint? - Coping or avoiding, what are today's answers? - General information on body adaptation to the environment, what happens when the body is overwhelmed? - The major role of breathing in adaptation. - Demonstration, explanation and adaptation of Heart Coherence breathing techniques to hypersensitivity. - How to practice two very simple breathing exercises, shown and performed with the whole attendance. 4. Closing. Michel Gaudet, Vice-Président, ASEQ-EHAQ. (4:15 – 4:30 p.m.) Kindly RSVP your presence for either the AGM or the conferences, or both at: office@aseq-ehaq.ca / 4502405700. Click here for…
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The following are upcoming events and our activities in 2015:

The following are upcoming events and our activities in 2015:
1. Workshops in French in Montréal for people who suffer from environmental sensitivities and their entourage. QUAND L’ENVIRONNEMENT REND MALADE: Besoin de comprendre besoin d’agir. From 1:00 to 4:00 p.m. on the following dates: July 18 August 22 November 7 Spaces are limited. Please call in to register – 514-332-4320 or email us at office@aseq-ehaq.ca 2. Find out about health services in the Montreal area on Sunday June 28. Click here to see poster.These services can include Massage Therapy, clinic Reflexology, here Far Infrared Therapy, Osteopathy, Blood & Allergy testing. Scent-free accommodation can be provided.
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May 2014

May 2014
MONTH OF AWARENESS AND EDUCATION ON ENVIRONMENTAL SENSITIVITIES During the month of May, members and volunteers of ASEQ will be distributing information cards on environmental sensitivities, and green ribbons will be placed in selected stores. For more information, contact us Sign our petition to the National Assembly of Quebec for the use of less to non-toxic products and a scent free policy in hospitals and other health establishments. The following are our events for May. Visit us regularly to view updates. Would you like to volunteer? Contact us! Don't have time to volunteer? You can still show support by voluntarily not wearing fragrances for the month of May! GATHERING IN MONTREAL: COME JOIN US! (Click here for poster) EHAQ will be gathering in Montreal for awareness about environmental sensitivities at the corner of St Catherine and McGill College Avenue. Rain or shine! If it rains, please bring an umbrella or a raincoat. Date: Friday, May 2, 2014 Location: Corner of st-Catherine and McGill Avenue From: 11:45 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Come support us! Supporting organizations: Breast Cancer Action Montréal, Réseau Québécois des femmes en environnement, RIOCM (Regroupement intersectoriel des organismes communautaires de Montréal). YOGATHON – Scent-free – Fundraiser for awareness and education Montreal (Click here for poster) Date: Sunday May 4, 2014 Location:Crudessence 5445, ave de Gaspé, suite 913 Montréal, QC H2T 3B2 Time: Continual Yoga from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m Many of Montreal's favourite yoga teachers will be giving classes. A new class every hour with a new…
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Quebec, Rimouski and Chicoutimi workshops

Quebec, Rimouski and Chicoutimi workshops
The 3 last workshops in Quebec city, doctor Rimouski and Chicoutimi were a great success! EHAQ is proud to announce that the workshops in Québec have been completed. Even though the project is not yet completed, ed for their dedication, site tenacity and excellent support, we wish to sincerely thank Claire Vanier, Service aux collectivités de l’UQAM , Rachel Cox, professeure, Département des sciences juridiques de l’UQAM, Lise Parent, professeure en Sciences de l’environnement, TELUQ, Marie-Ève Brodeur, Agente de développement, Projet de formation sur l’hypersensibilité environnementale. We also thank all our trainers across Québec for their enthusiasm and hard work and their strong resolution to take this project forward in their communities across Québec. We are keen to work alongside you to see that the workshop is carried forward in your regions. To the many people who attended the workshops, from your comments, calls and emails we know that the workshop has been a turning point in your life. We are very touched by your stories of how this has broken some of the isolation and exclusion that you face because you suffer from this illness, how you have made new friends who also have this illness, how you are more empowered now that you have information for yourself, your family and your support system. And best of all that you want to take the message forward. We encourage you to do this and we will support your endeavours across Québec. Here are some photos of our last workshops: Workshop…
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Quebec City workshop

Quebec City workshop
9 people were trained in Québec city on March 16th and 17th 2013. The workshops were for people of the following regions: Capitle Nationale, recipe Bas St-Laurent, Chaudière-Appalache, Saguenay Lac-Saint-Jean et Côte-Nord. EHAQ would like to thank Mélanie and Pierre for providing a meeting space and for all their hard work in making this event a succes.
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