We are proud to represent Canada’s specialists who have been at the forefront of our country’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic. This election, the Royal College is asking all federal political parties to commit to four priority areas.
A mission trip to Guatemala sparked a newfound passion to serve and advocate on behalf of refugees and asylum seekers. Dr. Cécile Rousseau is our 2021 Teasdale-Corti recipient.
Find out how the Royal College is advocating to the federal government to help the health care system survive the pandemic and beyond.
On June 3, 2020, the Royal College issued our public statement denouncing racism. This statement was made in response to the devastating impacts of anti-Black racism that we have seen over the last several weeks.
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Over the past week, we have seen yet again the devastating impact of anti-Black racism. Still, in 2020, too many people in both the United States and in Canada continue to experience racism and injustice.