The federal government has set up an Advisory Council to look at putting in place a pharmacare plan for Canada. Please submit your comments by September.
Canadian Health Coalition
The introduction of pay-for-plasma clinics in Canada poses a serious risk to the security of our blood supply and negatively impact the voluntary collection efforts. Stand up for public collection.
Dr. Brian Day, CEO of a for-profit surgery clinic, Charter challenge to the ban on extra billing and the use of private insurance for publicly insured services under the Charter, resumes April 9.
The finance minister’s backing away from a universal public drug plan a betrayal of the expressed desire of Canadians for what has been called the “unfinished business” of Medicare.
Canadians clearly don’t want U.S. style health care. But not everyone knows the strain for-profit clinics put on our public health care system here in Canada.
As Health Ministers from across Canada meet in Edmonton today, Canada's Health Coalitions released a report showing what the bilateral health schemes pushed through by the Trudeau government have cost
A single-payer, national public drug plan will realise the greatest cost savings for everyone, create equal access to medicine across the country, and help build comprehensive public health care.
To ensure the safety and security of Canada’s plasma supply, we must support CBS’ non-profit, voluntary donor system. Currently, we only have 7 voluntary donor plasma collection sites in all of Canada
shares Public health-care advocates and unions from across Canada are calling on the provincial and territorial leaders to push Ottawa for a national health accord.
Read the report and find out about how much private clinics are really costing us