Doing together what cannot be done alone.

A pan-Canadian partnership for better cancer outcomes

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We champion the Canadian Strategy for Cancer Control

We support provincial and territorial partners who deliver cancer and health care to advance pan-Canadian priorities, put the Strategy into action, deliver results and achieve equitable access to high-quality cancer care.

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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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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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Our focus on achieving health equity

Advancing health equity in cancer care

An equitable cancer system is one where all people have access to high-quality cancer care. Creating that equity in Canada is a key goal of the Canadian Strategy for Cancer Control and a strategic anchor of the Partnership’s business plan. Our work with partners to improve health equity in cancer care builds on current initiatives to advance diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) internally within the Partnership as well as our commitment to supporting reconciliation with First Nations, Inuit and Métis.

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Patient and Family Advisor

Cervical cancer is preventable, and the Partnership has developed a solid plan to eliminate cervical cancer in Canada. I am honoured to be a part of this work, which will improve and save the lives of many people in Canada.

‐ Cindy Howard, Partnership Patient and Family Advisor

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