Strategic Plan 2020-2025

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Annual report 2022-2023

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Financial Statements as of March 31, 2023

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Public Sector Agreements that guide our work

Ontario Broader Public Sector (BPS) Supply Chain Code of Ethics


Goal: To ensure an ethical, professional and accountable BPS supply chain.



Individuals involved with Supply Chain Activities must act, and be seen to act, with integrity and professionalism. Honesty, care and due diligence must be integral to all Supply Chain Activities within and between BPS organizations, suppliers and other stakeholders. Respect must be demonstrated for each other and for the environment. Confidential information must be safeguarded. Participants must not engage in any activity that may create, or appear to create, a conflict of interest, such as accepting gifts or favours, providing preferential treatment, or publicly endorsing suppliers or products.



Supply Chain Activities must be open and accountable. In particular, contracting and purchasing activities must be fair, transparent and conducted with a view to obtaining the best value for public money. All participants must ensure that public sector resources are used in a responsible, efficient and effective manner.



Individuals involved with purchasing or other Supply Chain Activities must comply with this Code of Ethics and the laws of Canada and Ontario. Individuals should continuously work to improve supply chain policies and procedures, to improve their supply chain knowledge and skill levels, and to share leading practices.



Multi-Sector Service Accountability Agreement


As a Health Service Provider (HSP), WoodGreen adheres to an agreement with the Toronto Central Local Health System Network (LIHN).


For the full 2017-18 Multi-Sector Service Accountability Agreement between WoodGreen Community Services and the Toronto Central LHIN, click here.


Service Agreement Summary:

The Local Health System Integration Act, 2006 requires that the LHIN and the HSP enter into a service accountability agreement (“SM”). The SM enables the LHIN to provide funding to the HSP for the provision of services. It supports a collaborative relationship between the LHIN and the HSP to improve the health of Ontarians through better access to high quality health services, to co-ordinate health care in local health systems and to manage the health system at the local level effectively and efficiently.