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Aujourd’hui, les treize premiers ministres du Canada se rencontrent à Whitehorse (Yukon) pour la rencontre du Conseil de la Fédération. Le groupe d’intervention action santé (GIAS), coalition canadienne composée de 41 organismes de la santé, a fait parvenir une lettre aux premiers ministres pour leur demander de prioriser les soins de santé. Le GIAS a aussi envoyé une copie de leur déclaration Le modèle canadien : Accélérer l’innovation et améliorer le rendement du système de santé.

Voir le communiqué de presse du GIAS | Voir la lettre aux Premiers ministres

Voir l'article de iPolitics | Voir l'article de La Presse

Today, the thirteen premiers of Canada convene in Whitehorse for the meeting of the Council of the Federations. HEAL, which is a national coalition of 41 national health organizations, sent a letter to the premiers urging them to treat healthcare as a priority issue on their agenda. HEAL also sent a copy of their collaborative paper entitled The Canadian Way, which is a consensus on healthcare policy that has been reached by their 41 members on the direction in which healthcare policy needs to take in Canada.

Read the HEAL News Release | Read HEAL's letter to the Premiers

Read the iPolitics article | Read the La Presse article

"Health ministers should take note. The Canadian Way signifies an unparalleled level of consensus among the health professions."

Read the Op-Ed in the Hill Times