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HEAL Offers Solutions for Health Accord: HEAL has issued a policy roadmap for health reforms: "The Canadian Way", which recommends targeted funding including...

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Press Release / communiqué de presse Thursday, 21 July 2016 00:00

Meeting of the Premiers: Chance to discuss Canada's healthcare future / Rencontre des premiers ministres : Occasion de discuter de l’avenir des soins de santé au Canada

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Coordination of Syrian Refugee Care Tuesday, 15 December 2015 16:32

Our members are mobilizing in response to the arrival of Syrian refugees to our country.

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The 650,000 members of HEAL welcome today’s health announcement by the Liberal Party. This brings to three the number of national party health platforms released prior to the October 19th election. We remain hopeful that the Conservatives will have something to say about an issue that consistently ranks at the top of Canadians’ concerns.


Canada’s Organizations for Health Action (HEAL) fully supports the premiers’ July 2015 announcements.  In a communiqué issued on behalf of the Council of the Federation, the premiers noted that Canada’s aging population will have an impact on service delivery in all jurisdictions and requires secure funding. The premiers have also called on the federal government to “commit to increase the envelope of the Canada Health Transfer so its share of health care costs represents a minimum of 25 per cent of all health care spending by provinces and territories.”


Members of Organizations for Health Action (HEAL) welcome the release today of the final report of the Advisory Panel on Healthcare Innovation chaired by Dr. David Naylor.


Ottawa, ON (Tuesday December 2, 2014) – The Health Action Lobby (HEAL) issued a Consensus Statement today that calls on the federal government to lead with vision and by example.  It calls on the federal government to move forward in The Canadian Way – making change through compassion, collaboration and consensus.  In addition to the federal role in health care and the need for collaboration among all levels of government, the statement focuses on 4 other areas for change.

Ottawa, ON (Mardi 2 décembre 2014) – Le Groupe d’intervention action santé (HEAL) a publié aujourd’hui une déclaration de consensus qui exhorte le gouvernement fédéral à définir sa vision et à montrer l’exemple. Il incite le gouvernement fédéral à progresser dans l’affirmation du Modèle canadien – en opérant des changements inspirés par la compassion, la collaboration et le consensus. Outre le plaidoyer en faveur du rôle du gouvernement fédéral en matière de santé et la nécessité d’une collaboration entre tous les paliers de gouvernement, la déclaration met l’accent sur quatre autres domaines de changement.

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