CCSN engages all candidates in provincial and federal elections to address patient concerns around health and particularly cancer issues and solutions.
CCSN works with patients and survivors to frame questions about cancer care and healthcare issues nationally or in their province or territory. Once questions are prepared, CCSN sends them to all political parties and to all candidates for these parties. Responses are posted on our website and disseminated through our blog and social media.
Patient/survivor advocates also use CCSN’s questions during all-candidates meetings and when they meet candidates at the door or in their offices.
Once the election is over, CCSN conducts follow-up and works with governments and opposition parties to promote improvements in healthcare and cancer care.
To become a Canadian Cancer Survivor Network patient/survivor advocate and to work closely with CCSN on federal election campaigns and the next election campaign in your province or territory, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- 2021 Federal Election Campaign
- Newfoundland and Labrador 2021 Election Campaign
- Nova Scotia 2021 Election Campaign
- British Columbia 2020 Election Campaign
- New Brunswick 2020 Election Campaign
- Saskatchewan 2020 Election Campaign
- Federal Election 2019 Campaign
- Manitoba 2019 Election Campaign
- Newfoundland and Labrador 2019 Election Campaign
- Prince Edward Island 2019 Election Campaign
- Alberta 2019 Election Campaign
- Newfoundland & Labrador 2015 Election Campaign
- 2015 Federal Election Campaign
- Alberta 2015 Election Campaign
- Prince Edward Island 2015 Election Campaign