Doing together what cannot be done alone.

A pan-Canadian partnership for better cancer outcomes

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Celebrating National Indigenous Peoples Day (June 21)

Métis Advisor Susie Hooper, Inuit Advisor Lily Amagoalik and First Nations Advisor Lea Bill on the importance of June 21.

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Our mandate

Improving cancer outcomes for all people in Canada

Canada’s cancer strategy envisions a future where fewer people develop cancer, more survive it, those living with the disease have a better quality of life and everyone has equitable access to high-quality cancer care. The Canadian Partnership Against Cancer exists to make that vision real. As steward of the Canadian Strategy for Cancer Control, we collaborate with and convene provincial, territorial and national partners across Canada’s health and cancer community to strengthen cancer care and improve cancer outcomes for all people in Canada.

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Partners across Canada

Our commitment to reconciliation

Working together towards reconciliation and healing

Colonial practices and policies continue to impact the wellbeing of generations of First Nations, Inuit and Métis. As an ally, the Partnership champions self-determined, Peoples-specific solutions for sustainable system change across cancer care to the benefit of all First Nations, Inuit and Métis in Canada.

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Clinical expert advisor

When we identify inequities and focus on building equitable access, the health and cancer care experience of all people in Canada are positively impacted.

‐ Dr. Sian Shuel, Clinical expert advisor

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