- Aboriginal Affairs
- Constitutional Issues
- Consumer Issues
- Employment and Training
- Financial Institutions
- Government Procurement
- Justice and Law Enforcement
- Privacy and Access to Information
- Regional Development
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- Science and Technology
- Small Business
- Taxation and Finance
Subject Matter Details
Legislative Proposal, Bill or Resolution
- BILL C-25 AN ACT TO AMEND THE FEDERAL-PROVINCIAL FISCAL ARRANGEMENTS ACT, to authorize certain payments to be made out of the Consolidated Revenue Fund and to amend another Act.
- BILL C-7, AN ACT TO AMEND THE CRIMINAL CODE (MEDICAL ASSISTANCE IN DYING): amendments to ensure proposed legislation does not include stigmatizing language with respect to mental health, additionally ensuring the legislative framework ensures appropriate safeguards for vulnerable populations, consistency and clarity in the pan-Canadian framework, that practitioners may abide by moral commitments and provides support for clinical practice guidelines
- BILL S-204 AN ACT TO AMEND THE CRIMINAL CODE AND THE IMMIGRATION AND REFUGEE PROTECTION ACT (trafficking in human organs).
Policies or Program
- BUDGET 2021: CMA is proposing new federal investments and taxation changes to improve the health care system and the health of Canadians.
- CANADA HEALTH TRANSFER: Increased federal funding for health care to the provinces and territories.
- CANADIAN PHARMACEUTICAL STRATEGY: A national strategy to ensure all Canadian have access to safe, effective and affordable prescription drugs regardless of employment status or geography.
- COVID-19 VACCINATION STRATEGY: Advocacy on vaccine supply, distribution, and prioritization as well as ensuring involvement of primary care in vaccination strategy.
- DIGITAL HEALTH: Increased investment in providing digital, virtual and telehealth services to rural and remote communities.
- ENVIRONMENT AND HEALTH ISSUES: Improvement in federal legislation to address climate change.
- FEDERAL ECONOMIC RELIEF PROGRAMS: Ensuring physician access to federal economic relief programs (CEWS, CEBA).
- FEDERAL HEALTH FUNDING FOR A NEW PRIMARY CARE TRANSITION FUND: Recommendation for a funding commitment to ensure that every Canadian has access to a family doctor or primary care team.
- FEDERAL HEALTH FUNDING TO BOOST CAPACITY OF HEALTH CARE SYSTEMS AND SOCIAL SUPPORTS: Ensure a coordinated and consistent national response by the federal government to COVID-19 across all jurisdictions and regions by delivering targeted and substantial emergency funding to ensure health systems have capacity to respond.
- FEDERAL HEALTH FUNDING TO EXPAND PUBLIC HEALTH CAPACITY: Recommendation for a $1 billion investment to expand Canada’s public health capacity.
- FEDERAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND FEDERAL FORMS: Improved remuneration for the completion of federal health forms by physicians.
- FRONTLINE GRATITUDE TAX DEDUCTION: New tax deduction to recognize the contribution of frontline health care workers during the pandemic.
- HEALTH HUMAN RESOURCES: Recruitment and retention of health care providers and federal investment in residency spots.
- HEALTH INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES (ELECTRONIC MEDICAL AND HEALTH RECORDS: Investment and needed regulations to facilitate the development of EHRs and EMRs in Canada
- HEALTH INFRASTRUCTURE: A targeted health infrastructure fund as part of the federal government’s long-term plan for public infrastructure.
- HEALTH PROMOTION AND DISEASE PREVENTION: Increased investment and improved regulations to protect and enhance the health of Canadians.
- INDIGENOUS HEALTH: Improvement to the health and health care services provided to Indigenous peoples in Canada.
- LONG-TERM CARE: Advancing the federal commitment to working with the provinces/territories in establishing new long-term care standards.
- LONG-TERM CARE: Increase investments and changes to the Tax Act to enhance long-term care.
- LONG-TERM CARE: New federal funding to support delivering on the federal commitment to work with the provinces and territories on improving long-term care.
- MEDICAL ASSISTANCE IN DYING: Advancing the medical profession’s perspectives as part of the parliamentary review required by Bill C-7.
- MEMORIAL GRANT: Extending eligibility of the Memorial Grant to all frontline health care workers serving during the pandemic.
- NATIONAL PHYSICIANS DAY: CMA is advocating for a National Physicians Day in Canada.
- NATIONAL TOBACCO CONTROL PROGRAMS: Increased restriction on the sale and advertising of tobacco and vaping products in Canada.
- PALLIATIVE AND END OF LIFE CARE: Improved national standards and investment in the area of palliative and end of life care.
- PAN-CANADIAN LICENSURE FOR REGULATED HEALTH PROFESSIONALS: Seeking federal government support, including funding, especially given its oversight of regulation of the Canadian Forces and Indigenous Health Services.
- PERSONAL INFORMATION PROTECTION AND ELECTRONIC DOCUMENT ACT (PIPEDA) PRIVACY PROTECTION OF HEALTH INFORMATION AND THE REGULATORY REVIEW: Improvement to privacy legislation to protect the privacy of health information.
- SENIORS CARE BENEFIT: New seniors care benefit program to deliver funding to seniors and caregivers to cover out of pocket health care costs.
- SUPPORT FOR ESSENTIAL WORKERS: Advocacy on paid sick leave for essential workers to support Canada's pandemic response.
- SUSTAINABILITY OF HEALTH CARE (FINANCING AND ACCESSIBILITY): Increases in health transfer funding and accountability by the federal government.
- THE ACQUISITION AND THE DOMESTIC SUPPLY OF PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT FOR HEALTH CARE PROVIDERS: Ensuring the federal government take additional measures ensure adequate supply, proper distribution, and appropriate usage of personal protective equipment throughout health systems.
- THE IMPLEMENTATION OF A NATIONAL MENTAL HEALTH SUPPORT SERVICE FOR HEALTH CARE WORKERS: Establish an emergency National Mental Health Support Services hotline for all health care providers during the pandemic, to ensure health care providers have the assistance they need to deal with an increasing patient load.
- THE IMPLEMENTATION OF A TARGETED TAX CREDIT TO ALLEVIATE THE NEGATIVE FINANCIAL IMPACTS EXPERIENCED BY HEALTH PROVIDERS IF THEY ARE QUARANTINED FOLLOWING PATIENT CARE: Recommending that the federal government establish a time-limited and targeted tax credit for health providers who may experience financial loss due to quarantine.
- CONCENTRATION OF NICOTINE IN VAPING PRODUCTS REGULATIONS: support for regulations to establish a maximum nicotine concentrations for vaping products.
- DISABILITY TAX CREDIT PROMOTERS RESTRICTIONS REGULATIONS: Ensuring that physicians are not captured in the definition of "promoters" in the regulations.
- MEDICINAL MARIJUANA REGULATIONS: Strengthening regulations related to the prescribing of medical marijuana.
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Canada Revenue Agency (CRA)
Canadian Heritage (PCH)
Canadian Human Rights Commission (CHRC)
Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR)
Crown-Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs Canada (CIRNAC)
Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC)
Environment and Climate Change Canada (ECCC)
Finance Canada (FIN)
Global Affairs Canada (GAC)
Health Canada (HC)
House of Commons
Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC)
Indigenous Services Canada (ISC)
Infrastructure Canada (INFC)
Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada (ISED)
Intergovernmental Affairs Secretariat (IGA)
Justice Canada (JC)
National Defence (DND)
Natural Resources Canada (NRCan)
Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council (NSERC)
Office of the Auditor General of Canada (OAG)
Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada (OPC)
Patented Medicine Prices Review Board (PMPRB)
Prime Minister's Office (PMO)
Privy Council Office (PCO)
Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC)
Public Safety Canada (PS)
Public Services and Procurement Canada (PSPC)
Senate of Canada
Service Canada (ServCan)
Transport Canada (TC)
Treasury Board Of Canada Secretariat (TBS)
Veterans Affairs Canada (VAC)
No government funding was received during the last completed financial year.
Client Contact Information
1410 Blair Towers Place
Ottawa, ON K1J 9B9
John Lee, Vice President and Legal Counsel
Parent Company Information
Canadian Medical Association / Association médicale canadienne is not a subsidiary of any other parent companies.
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The activities of Canadian Medical Association / Association médicale canadienne are not controlled or directed by another individual, organization or corporation with a direct interest in the outcome of this undertaking.
Subsidiary Beneficiary Information
- CMA Joule Inc. / AMC Joule Inc.
1410 Blair Towers Place
Ottawa, ON K1J 9B9
E. Ann Collins
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1410 Blair Place, Suite 500
Ottawa, ON K1J 9B9
Consultant relationship to the client
- The registrant is on the board of directors for this organization.