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Lobby Day

Lobby Day is one of the CFMS's signature annual events during which medical students from across the nation come to Parliament Hill in Ottawa to speak with policy makers on an issue of importance. This event is meant to inspire students to become more politically aware and active in their society. Physicians have a tremendous ability to shape decisions around health policy, and Lobby Day provides students with an opportunity to experience this process early in their medical careers.

Federal Lobby Day 2016
We are happy to announce the upcoming Lobby Day on Monday, February 22, 2016. Approximately 70 medical students from across Canada will meet with Parliamentarians to discuss the economic and health benefits of universal Pharmacare.

Documents from past Lobby Days:

Pharmacare Summary Document (disponible en français)

Summary of Lobby Day November 2014

For more information:

Carl White Ulysse, Vice President Communications
Canadian Federation of Medical Students
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Jessica Harris, Vice President Governnment Affairs
Canadian Federation of Medical Students
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Previous Lobby Days

See our Executive Summaries from prior lobbying efforts: CFMS Lobby Day 2013 - English and CFMS Lobby Day 2013 - Francais

 

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Contact Us

Canadian Federation of Medical Students
267 O'Connor Street, Suite 401
Ottawa, ON  K2P 1V3
Phone: 613-565-7740
Fax: 613-565-7742

 
 
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