Road to recovery: Cancer in the COVID-19 era update
New data is available on the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on cancer diagnoses and mortality.See report Road to recovery: Cancer in the COVID-19 era update
Alcohol tax rates
Alcohol price and taxes are the most important policy levers to combat consumption and harms, including cancerView Alcohol tax rates
Highlights from the 2021/22 annual report
Read about recent key achievementsView Highlights from the 2021/22 annual report
HPV vaccine access in Canada, 2022
Learn about the coverage of and eligibility for publicly funded HPV vaccines in each province and territoryView HPV vaccine access in Canada, 2022
We work collaboratively with provincial, territorial and national partners to move Canada’s cancer strategy forward.
As the steward of the Canadian Strategy for Cancer Control, we have a unique vantage point—shared with and informed by our partners— that allows us to facilitate collaboration across the cancer community and accelerate work that improves the effectiveness and efficiency of cancer control in Canada.Learn more
The Partnership’s commitment to reconciliation
Working together towards reconciliation and healing
The Canadian Partnership Against Cancer is committed to the ongoing process of reconciliation and acknowledges that colonial practices and policies continue to impact the well-being of generations of First Nations, Inuit and Métis. Through our work and partnerships, we continue to support self-determined, Peoples-specific solutions for sustainable system change across cancer care that benefit all First Nations, Inuit and Métis in Canada.Learn more Working together towards reconciliation and healing
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.