• National poll reveals 7 out 10 Canadians want the federal government to prioritize healthcare investments in seniors’ care.

    Health sector coalition releases healthcare consensus statement and urges federal government to increase investments in seniors’ care and mental health. (OTTAWA – November 1, 2018) Today, Organizations for Health Action (HEAL), released its health policy consensus statement, Canadian Way 2.0, as well as the initial findings of a new Abacus Data survey related to healthcare. Read More
  • HEAL 2019 Pre-Budget Submission

    HEAL agrees with the Budget 2018 statement which says, “A strong publicly funded health care system is not just a point of pride for Canadians, it is also an essential foundation for a strong, fair and prosperous country in the years to come.” HEAL’s recommendations encourage collaboration between governments and providers, proposing measures and investments to improve overall system effectiveness and contribute to positioning Canada as a top performing country. Download PDF  |  Télécharger version Français Read More
  • June 12th HEAL meeting

    June 12th HEAL meeting

    MP Marilyn Gladu presented to HEAL members at the June 12th meeting
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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.