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CDPAC Network of Provincial and Territorial Alliances

 

Since its inception in 2001, CDPAC has worked closely with its provincial/territorial counterparts to share expertise and provide practical assistance and support. In 2004, CDPAC formally developed the Network of Provincial/Territorial Alliances to facilitate ongoing dialogue and information exchange among all jurisdictions. Network members include those Alliances that are leading the way in integrating action for chronic disease prevention and health promotion in every province and territory (except Quebec).

Network Members (as of September 2013):

BC

BC Healthy Living Alliance 

Mary Collins
Samantha Hartley-Folz

AB

Alberta Policy Coalition for Cancer Prevention

Kim Raine

SK

Saskatchewan Health, Health Promotion Branch

Wendy McDermid

MB

CancerCare Manitoba

Donna Turner


Alliance for the Prevention of Chronic Disease

Doris Mae Oulton

ON

Ontario Chronic Disease Prevention Alliance

Chris Markham

Barb Willet


Ontario Public Health Association

Siu Mee Cheng


NB

New Brunswick Anti-Tobacco Coalition

Christy Bigney


Healthy Eating and Physical Activity Coalition of New Brunswick (HEPAC)


Marchell Coulombe

NS

CancerCare Nova Scotia

Judith Purcell


Nova Scotia Department of Health and Wellness

Duane MacInnis

PEI

Heart and Stroke Foundation of PEI

Charlotte Comrie

 

PEI Department of Health and Wellness-Health Promotion and Chronic Disease Prevention Unit

Mary Acorn

NFLD

NFLD Wellness Advisory Council

Catherine Donovan

 

NFLD Department of Health and Community Services

Glendora Boland

Douglas Howse

YK

TBC

TBC

NWT

NWT Department of Health and Social Services

Elsie DeRoose

NU

TBC

TBC

Resources:

Network of Provincial/Territorial Alliances (January 2008) - Face to Face Meeting Material...more

Making it Work: Integration in Action (February 2006) - How the Network of P/T Alliances is creating change ...more

Network of Provincial/Territorial Alliances (November 2006) - Provincial Updates ...more