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Canadian Medical Association: Health Promotion in Canada 1974-2004

 This CMA report covers the progress of health promotion since the 1974 Lalonde report.

Public Health Goals for Canada

 The main website supporting the public health goals consultation process includes background reports and the consultation workbook.

Health Goals: Coming Soon to a Canada Near You

I Introduction
II Past Processes
III Current Process
IV Conclusion

--by Connie Clement, Executive Director, Ontario Prevention Clearinghouse

I Introduction

By this time next year, Canada should have new public health goals approved at the Federal level.

Health Beyond Health Care: Twenty-five Years of Federal Policy Development

 Barbara Legowski, Lindsey McKay, 2000

This report traces the historical evolution of non-medical health policy at the federal level of government from the 1974 publication of A New Perspective on the Health of Canadians [the Lalonde Report] onward.

Reducing Inequalities in Health: Proposals for Health Promotion Policy and Action

 In this 2000 consensus statement from the WHO Regional Office for Europe, ten points are put forward to provide an approach through which inequalities in health can be reduced.

Public Health Agency of Canada

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Winnipeg, Manitoba R3E 3R2
 Focussed on more effective efforts to prevent chronic diseases, like cancer and heart disease, prevent injuries and respond to public health emergencies and infectious disease outbreaks, the Public Health Agency of Canada works closely with provinces and territories to keep Canadians healthy and help reduce pressures on the health care system.

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