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OTTAWA, Sept. 10, 2015 /CNW/ - Speech-Language and Audiology Canada (SAC) has launched a new online campaign­ – Vote Communication Health – that asks candidates running in the 2015 federal election to address a lack of funding in three key areas of communication health.

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OTTAWA, ON--(Marketwired - September 22, 2015) - Canada’s Health Action Lobby (HEAL) reminds federal leaders that Canadians want government to make the challenges facing our health-care system a priority. Public opinion research consistently reveals that Canadians care deeply about finding the sustainable and cost-effective options that will enhance our national health. And healthy Canadians make for a healthy and competitive economy. Yet, to date, policy debates associated with the 2015 federal election have rarely focused on health care.

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Montréal, Québec (September 22, 2015) – The Canadian Association of Midwives (CAM) joins other members of Canada’s Health Action Lobby (HEAL) to remind federal leaders that Canadians want government to make the challenges facing our health-care system a priority. Public opinion researchconsistently reveals that Canadians care deeply about finding the sustainable and cost-effective options that will enhance our national health.

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OTTAWA, Sept. 22, 2015 /CNW/ - The Canadian Society of Respiratory Therapists (CSRT) joins other professional health organizations, who are also members of Canada's Health Action Lobby (HEAL), to remind federal leaders that Canadians count on their government to address the challenges facing our health-care system and to make health care a priority. Public opinion research has consistently demonstrated that Canadians acknowledge that health care is a major issue.

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OTTAWA, Sept. 22, 2015 /CNW/ - The Canadian Association of Medical Radiation Technologists (CAMRT) joins other members of Canada's Health Action Lobby (HEAL) to remind federal leaders that Canadians want government to make the challenges facing our health-care system a priority. Public opinion research consistently reveals that Canadians care deeply about finding the sustainable and cost-effective options that will enhance our national health. Yet, to date, policy debates associated with the 2015 federal election have rarely focused on health care.

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OTTAWA, ON – Dietitians of Canada joins other members of Canada’s Health Action Lobby (HEAL) to remind federal leaders that Canadians want government to make the challenges facing our health-care system a priority. Public opinion research consistently reveals that Canadians care deeply about finding the sustainable and cost-effective options that will enhance our national health. And healthy Canadians make for a healthy and competitive economy. Yet, to date, policy debates associated with the 2015 federal election have rarely focused on health care.

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Ottawa, ON – The Canadian College of Health Leaders (the College) and HealthCareCAN join other members of Canada’s Health Action Lobby (HEAL) to remind federal leaders that Canadians want government to make the challenges facing our healthcare system a priority. Public opinion research consistently reveals that Canadians care deeply about finding the sustainable and cost-effective options that will enhance our national health. And healthy Canadians make for a healthy and competitive economy. Yet, to date, policy debates associated with the 2015 federal election have rarely focused on healthcare.

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September 22, 2015 (Ottawa, ON) – The Canadian Dental Hygienists Association (CDHA) joins other members of Canada’s Health Action Lobby (HEAL) to remind federal leaders that Canadians want government to make the challenges facing our health-care system a priority. Public opinion research consistently reveals that Canadians care deeply about finding the sustainable and cost-effective options that will enhance our national health. And healthy Canadians make for a healthy and competitive economy. Yet, to date, policy debates associated with the 2015 federal election have rarely focused on health care.

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Ottawa, Ontario (SEPTEMBER 22, 2015) – The Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association (CCPA) joins other members of Canada’s Health Action Lobby (HEAL) to remind federal leaders that Canadians want government to make the challenges facing our health‐care system a priority. Public opinion research consistently reveals that Canadians care deeply about finding the sustainable and cost‐effective options that will enhance our national health. And healthy Canadians make for a healthy and competitive economy. Yet, to date, policy debates associated with the 2015 federal election have rarely focused on health care.

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SEPTEMBER 22, 2015 – The Canadian Orthopaedic Association (COA) joins other members of Canada's Health Action Lobby (HEAL) to remind federal leaders that Canadians want government to make the challenges facing our health-care system a priority. Public opinion research consistently reveals that Canadians care deeply about finding the sustainable and cost-effective options that will enhance our national health. And healthy Canadians make for a healthy and competitive economy. Yet, to date, policy debates associated with the 2015 federal election have rarely focused on health care.