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

November 10, 2021

Horizons of Hope: A Toolkit for Catholic Parishes on Palliative Care

Zoom Webinar Monday, 15 Nov 2021, 10 a.m. – 11:30 a.m EST
October 2, 2021

Former President: Richard Michael Haughian Memorial Mass

Order of Service A Remembrance
September 30, 2021

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

July 14, 2021

St. Joseph's Health Care Society to establish new hospice in Elgin County, Ontario

August 25, 2021

Margaret’s Place Hospice, Dundas, Ontario Opens

June 25, 2021

Alliance issues statement regarding the former Indian Residential Schools

February 11, 2021

World Day of Sick Resources


Upcoming Events

May 12 - 13, 2022

Annual Conference of the Catholic Health Alliance of Canada

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National Day for Truth and Reconciliation

Catholic health care is committed to be a healing presence on the journey of Truth and Reconciliation. Among other things, this means understanding our own privilege and how we can use this to address the harms of the past and create a more equitable future. We will work to foster full disclosure of the truths of colonialism and oppression, learn from the past, and build openness and trust to work towards the reconciliation and healing our world needs.