Editor’s Note: Following a tragic hit and run accident that took place Wednesday August 6th in the evening, CBC news...
Leading up to the June 30, 2014 by-elections, CARP and the Canadian Medical Association (CMA) partnered together on a...
Former University Health Network President and CEO, Dr. Bob Bell is Ontario’s new Deputy Minister of Health CARP...
CARP members will no doubt recall that the Ontario Retirement Pension Plan (ORPP) was first proposed in the minority...
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Celebrate Seniors Day with your local CARP Chapter!!! CARP Greater Bay of Quinte Area Chapter #39 invites all members and non-members to this informative event.... We will be raising our CARP Chapter's #39 flag at 9:30 am at the Bay of... read more »
Canadians pay among the highest costs per capita among OECD countries for prescription drugs, with one Canadian out of 10 unable to fill their prescriptions because of financial reasons. Marc-Andre Gagnon, Expert Advisor for the... read more »
A new report released by the Canadian Foundation for Advancement of Investor Rights, or FAIR, outlined a series of recommendations to remedy the current issues with the Canadian system put in place to prevent investor fraud. To read the... read more »
Susan Eng on Zoomer Radio, Medically assisted suicide and a preview of upcoming discussions and events
Canada’s doctors say they’re grappling with the challenges of meeting the needs of patients at end of life. The quality of end of life care was the focus of a conversation this morning as the annual meeting of the Canadian Medical... read more »
CARP and the Canadian Medical Association Respond to Canada Post’s proposals for the mobility hindered
Amidst the growing chorus of complaints asserting that Canada Post's elimination of door-to-door service leaves Canadians with mobility hindrances in an untenable position, the postal service recently announced that it has created a... read more »
It’s time to make seniors care a national priority: CARP and CMA to host parallel roundtable at Premier’s meeting in Charlottetown
For Immediate Release Ottawa, Toronto (Aug. 25, 2014) – The Canadian Medical Association (CMA) and the Canadian Association of Retired Persons (CARP) will co-host a seniors care roundtable on Aug. 28... read more »
IT'S ALL ABOUT COMMUNITY Over the three years of our Chapter’s existence, we have had increasing community focus on health advocacy, primarily for two reasons: To educate our members on what health services are currently... read more »