Public Health Agency of Canada – Working for Canadians
Working for Canadians
A series on action we are taking to keep Canadians safe and healthy.
In this issue, learn how PHAC is raising employee awareness of Indigenous histories and culture to advance reconciliation with First Nations, Inuit and Métis.
The Indigenous Policy team is raising awareness of Indigenous cultures among staff, strengthening cultural competencies, and supporting respectful engagement with Indigenous peoples.
Getting the right data means finding the right partners: learn how data produced through federal, provincial and territorial collaboration are informing Canada's response to the opioid crisis.
Learn how the National Microbiology Laboratory's mobile clinic helps respond to the TB outbreak in Nunavut.
Immunizations help protect against flu and other illnesses. Hear from the team that shares vaccine facts with health providers, parents and kids about why vaccines are so important to the health of Canadians.
Meet Marie DesMeules, a social scientist who uses data to determine why some people are healthier than others.
On the front lines of public health in Canada. Read about some of PHAC's nurses who are working to keep Canadians safe from public health risks.
Lyme disease is on the rise in Canada. Discover why climate change is contributing to the surge in cases of this tick-borne infection.
The best way to protect yourself against Lyme disease is to avoid tick bites. Watch this video to find out how to protect yourself and your family.
Learn how to recognize, treat and prevent Lyme disease.
Protect your loved ones from tick bites and Lyme disease. Share these resources today!
Take a look inside Public Health Agency of Canada's world-class research facility and see how its scientists confront public health threats such as Ebola, Zika and SARS.
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