The CMA General Council adopts the following resolution: “The CMA will advocate for a pan-Canadian strategy to support the care of seniors that is based on the Principles to Guide Health Care Transformation in Canada”
The Demand a Plan campaign is launched
Demand a Plan wins the Reed Award for “Best Canadian Online Advocacy Campaign” from Campaigns & Elections magazine
CMA President Dr. Laurent Marcoux presents Advancing Inclusion and Quality of Life for Seniors
to the House of Commons Standing Committee on Human Resources, Skills and Social Development and the Status of Persons with Disabilities. Eight of the CMA’s recommendations are adopted.
The relaunched Demand a Plan site wins the Reed Award for “Best Canadian Campaign Website” from Campaigns & Elections magazine
Demand a Plan reaches 65,000 supporters and sees more than 182,000 letters sent to MPs