Canadian Medical Association

GIVE HEALTH
A STRONG VOICE

Time to put health back on the agenda

The federal election is a time to make our voices heard. It’s time to tell candidates what matters to us the most: health and health care.

We believe by working together, we can create the momentum to make health and health care a priority - for this election and beyond.

Join us to put health back on the federal agenda!

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ACCESS TO CARE

Nearly five million Canadians don’t have access to a health care provider.

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CLIMATE CHANGE AND HEALTH

The health impacts of climate change facing Canadians are real and will worsen.

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PHARMACARE

Canada is the only country in the world with universal health care that does not also include prescription medications as part of its public health plan.

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SENIORS CARE

Our health care system is failing to meet the needs of our aging population.

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VIRTUAL CARE

Digital innovations have been widely adopted and improve many aspects of our lives. The public health care system is lagging behind, with a model that is not evolving.

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YOUTH MENTAL HEALTH

Emergency department visits for mental health issues among children and youth are rising. Timely access to mental health care and addiction services is needed to save lives. 

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BEFORE YOU VOTE,
WE NEED YOUR VOICE.

 

As a CMA member...

If you have 1 minute

Write a letter to the candidates in your riding.

Tweet about one of our key health care issues.

If you have 5 minutes

Call your candidates and discuss some of our key health care issues.

If you have more time

Download our information package and deliver it to the candidate(s) in your riding.

Visit the action centre  to find sample letters, and get candidates’ contact information.


If you are a patient, policy maker or a non-CMA member,

take action