Patients and Caregivers • Cardiovascular Network of Canada — CANet

Patients & Caregivers

Our Community 

Are you, someone you love, or a client you care for living with a heart condition in Canada?

Our community offers access to information, ways to get involved, and connections to peer support.

Click here to learn more about how patients and caregivers are engaged with CANet.

Informed by YOU and for YOU!

Our leading team of experts can’t do it without the partnership of patients and caregivers.

  • Stay up-to-date on patient and caregiver engagement highlights, ways to get involved, network news, and events for you with our monthly Ticker Times newsletter. Our newsletter also provides resources and links to leading cardiac-related networks and organizations.
  • Hear member stories through our Ticker Series.
  • Partner with CANet as a member of our working groups to inform the advancement of our digital health initiatives.

We particularly welcome connections from those who may identify as:

  • Members of Indigenous communities
  • Racialized, ethnic and cultural minority groups
  • Individuals with (dis)ability

  • Members of 2SLGBTQ+ communities
  • Francophones and people who speak English as their second language

Become a Member

Register today by completing the form below:

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Join us

Sign up and share your experiences on our members-only Facebook group for our community of patients and caregivers, click here.

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Our Partners

CANet Partner CEPPP CANet Partner Canadian Heart Function Alliance CANet Partner Hearts In Rhythm Organization CANet Partner Pewaseskwan CANet Partner The Canadian SADS Foundation CANet Partner Ontario MD


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