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The Canadian Lung Association applauds a new law that allows kids in Ontario with asthma to carry inhalers at school

April 30th, 2015
The Canadian Lung Association applauds the Ontario Legislature for passing a new law that allows children with asthma to carry asthma inhalers at school and would require school boards to develop a comprehensive asthma...
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Canadian Lung Association salutes Nova Scotia for becoming the first in North America to ban menthol flavoured tobacco

April 29th, 2015
Ottawa ─  The Canadian Lung Association salutes Nova Scotia for becoming the first jurisdiction in North America to ban menthol flavoured tobacco.On April 28, the Nova Scotia Legislative Assembly approved a ban on...
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Canadian researchers helps fight the battle against TB

March 23rd, 2015
In celebration of World TB Day (March 24th), the Canadian Lung Association salutes our researchers who are helping to fight tuberculosis (TB)The theme for World TB Day 2015 is “Reach, Treat, Cure Everyone” to draw...
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Canadian Lung Association urges federal government to follow the UK lead and to adopt plain packaging laws

March 12th, 2015
The Canadian Lung Association congratulates the British House of Commons for adopting plain packaging for cigarettes and urges the Canadian government to follow the United Kingdom’s lead. The British government has...
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Dr. Dina Brooks

Celebrating Women’s Achievements in Respiratory Health in Canada for International Women’s Day

March 6th, 2015
In honour of  International Women’s Day (March 8), the Canadian Lung Association salutes all the wonderful women who have made a contribution to improving the lung health of Canadians. In particular, we...
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Joseph Neale

Singer and lung cancer survivor helps raise awareness and funds for lung research

March 3rd, 2015
The Lung Association is teaming up with singer and lung cancer survivor Joseph Neale, on the Breathing As One campaign to raise funds and awareness about lung disease.Watch this news report from...
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Despite “B” Grade for Lung Health, Too Many Canadians Dying from Respiratory Disease

February 17th, 2015
(Ottawa) –The Canadian Lung Association is concerned about the disparity in lung health across Canada after a new health report card reveals that deaths from respiratory disease are much higher in Nunavut, Yukon, the...
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Terry Dean, Senior Vice President, Federation Development and Partnerships

Terry Dean joins the Canadian Lung Association as Senior Vice President, Federation Development and Partnerships

January 22nd, 2015
Ottawa - The Canadian Lung Association is pleased to announce the appointment of Terry Dean as Senior Vice President, Federation Development and Partnerships, as of January 19th, 2015.“Terry is an accomplished and...
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Dr. Shaf Keshavjee

Lung Transplant Pioneer Named to Order of Canada

January 6th, 2015
Toronto, ON –The Canadian Lung Association congratulates Dr. Shaf Keshavjee, an innovator in thoracic surgery whose work has improved the lives of lung transplant patients in Canada and around the world, on being named...
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Dr. Arthur Slutsky, 2014 Recipient of the CIHR Researcher of the Year Award

Canadian Lung Association Congratulates Dr. Arthur Slutsky, 2014 Recipient of the CIHR Researcher of the Year Award

December 15th, 2014
The Canadian Lung Association salutes Dr. Arthur S. Slutsky, whose pioneering research in pulmonary medicine has earned him the prestigious 2014 Researcher of the Year award from the Canadian Institutes of Health...
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