The Royal College is engaged in reaching out to health system stakeholders, patients and communities to encourage evidence-informed discussions and thoughtful action.
“There are no physicians in my family so medical school was a huge eye opener for me,” says Kona Williams, MD, FRCPC, the only First Nations forensic pathologist in Canada.
This October, our new federal government will be decided by election. Leading up to voting day, the Royal College is calling for action in four areas that are critical to support improved access to specialty care in Canada.
Royal College recognizes Indigenous sovereignty with raising of the Algonquins of Pikwakanagan First Nation flag
The Algonquins of Pikwakanagan First Nation flag was raised on June 20, 2019. This flag will serve as a permanent reminder of Algonquin sovereignty.
Past-President Dr. Francoise P. Chagnon gifted the Royal College a red oak. “I chose a red oak because it symbolizes strength, morale, resistance and knowledge.”
“She is the epitome of the ripple effect; her career continues to inspire other generations of Indigenous physicians to do more.”