The CHAC unifies the voice of 129 health organizations with Catholic identity.

Organizations across the spectrum of care—acute and teaching hospitals, palliative and end of life, mental health and addictions, rehabilitation services, housing, and long term care.

Annual Conference

Resourceful, creative health care professionals coming together to engage in dialogue, collaborate on initiatives, and deepen their connection to the ministry.

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National Catholic Health Care Week

A bold, unifying campaign that amplifies the role, value, and impact of Catholic health care in Canada.

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National Awards

Recognizing our Catholic health care leaders and programs that have a transformative impact on health care in Canada.

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The courageous gift of Catholic health care

Rooted in the healing ministry of Jesus, it is our call to approach each other with vulnerability and humility. We are part of each other’s journey towards healing. The CHAC has been serving Canadians for over 400 years—before Canada was even a country.

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Catholic Health Care News

February 11, 2023

World Day of Sick Resources

January 26, 2023

Janet Brown, former chair of Alliance 2002-2004 dies in Vancouver. We pray in gratitude for her years of service to the Alliance at the national level, and to Providence Health Care in Vancouver. RIP

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February 7, 2022

Greg Humbert strives to ‘preserve legacy’ of Mattawa’s hospital

September 30, 2022

Statement of the Catholic Health Alliance of Canada for National Day for Truth and Reconciliation

June 25, 2021

Alliance issues statement regarding the former Indian Residential Schools

EARTH DAY ~ Our Common Home – APRIL 22, 2023

Everything in this world is connected. As living creatures on a living planet, we are dependent on one another. We are all responsible for the care of each other, our common home and our shared future. We know that lack of care for the environment has disproportionately impacted people who are poor and vulnerable. On Earth Day, our concern for the environment and our commitment to the health and wellbeing of the people we serve and our society is a call to action. In Laudato si’, Pope Francis encourages all of us to respond—as communities, institutions and individuals—to the urgent needs of our planet with a heart for social justice.

Our common home: A guide to caring for our living planet
A Prayer for the Earth