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Supporting the Next Generation of Respiratory Research

May 6th, 2022
The Canadian Lung Association’s annual studentship and fellowship competition recently awarded two fellowships and one graduate studentship to outstanding trainees in respiratory research. This investment of nearly $50,...
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Let’s clear the air

May 2nd, 2022
We are proud to announce the launch of a new campaign to raise awareness about the importance of breathing tests for those with suspected asthma or COPD.Asthma and COPD are among the most common chronic diseases in...
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Smoke Free Curious

January 22nd, 2022
The Canadian Lung Associations wants you to get curious about a smoke free life.The Canadian Lung Association is a proud partner of an innovative new campaign to get more Canadians to quit smoking. This week during...
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Canadian Lung Association condemns acquisition of Vectura by Philip Morris International

January 18th, 2022
The Canadian Lung Association is sounding the alarm in response to the acquisition of Vectura, a UK based asthma drug maker, by Philip Morris International. In a $1.4 billion dollar deal, Philip Morris International (...
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Canadian Lung Association Congratulates National Award Recipients

January 4th, 2022
The Canadian Lung Association would like to congratulate all of the amazing recipients of our 2021 national awards. This year there were three awards presented across Canada – The Alan J. McFarlane Staff Award, Founders...
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CLA Organizational Changes

November 5th, 2021
The Canadian Lung Association is one of Canada’s oldest and most respected national health charities previously made up of ten separate and independently incorporated legal entities that operate as provincial lung...
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New vaping regulations a positive step towards a nicotine-free generation

June 18th, 2021
The Canadian Lung Association is pleased to see Health Canada’s announcement on two important and potentially life-saving measures that would help protect young people from the harms of vaping. The two announced...
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Canada’s leading health charities announce new nationwide campaign to help Canadians quit using commercial tobacco

May 31st, 2021
Tobacco control and public health leaders come together to implement a comprehensive smoking cessation campaignToday, on World No Tobacco Day 2021, we pledge to help Canadians “commit to quit.”  Four national non-...
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Budget 2021: Focus on well-being of Canadians a positive step

April 20th, 2021
The Canadian Lung Association applauds the federal government’s renewed focus on the lung health of Canadians. The budget released April 19thshows the federal government’s focus on the health and well-being of Canadians...
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Canadian Lung Association Congratulates National Award Recipients

March 1st, 2021
Ottawa, ON - The Canadian Lung Association would like to congratulate all of the amazing recipients of our 2020 national awards. This year there were four awards presented across Canada – The Patron’s Award,...
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