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Changing the Public Conversation on End of Life Issues

April 29, 2015 - 6:30pm (when votes end) (Ottawa, Ontario)
In 2011, an all-party group of MPs, driven by their personal conviction that the quality of end-of-life care in Canada needed improvement, formed a special Parliamentary Committee on Palliative and Compassionate Care. This committee produced a lengthy publication entitled “Not to be Forgotten: Care of Vulnerable Canadians” which provided...

Register: Changing the Public Conversation on End of Life Issues

On April 29th, Cardus will be releasing a report that seeks to collate the progress that has been made since the release of Not to Be Forgotten. The event will be co-sponsored by the three co-chairs of Not to be Forgotten (Harold Albrecht MP, Joseph Comartin MP, and Frank Valeriote MP). The program will include the release of recently collected public...

The Chronic Condition of Canada's Health Care

Those in power are implored to be candid with the Canadian public, to express the unpalatable truths that will hasten reform. There remains a disconnect between Canadians' understanding of the situation and the realities that health policy leaders have long faced.

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