CPCHE's Coordinated Voice

The partner organizations of CPCHE respond to policy consultations as they arise and also seek to set a progressive agenda for ensuring children's environmental health. This collection includes includes joint positions statements, letters and publications prepared by CPCHE or by sub-sets of CPCHE partner organizations.

  1. October 2, 2017
    Letter
  2. May 2015
    Letter, Response to Consultation
  3. December 2014
    Letter
  4. September 30, 2013
    Letter
  5. April 30, 2013
    Media Release
  6. February 19, 2013
    Letter
  7. November 30, 2012
    Letter, Response to Consultation
  8. November 7, 2012
    Letter
  9. June 19, 2012
  10. June 16, 2011
    Letter
  11. October 2010
    Position Paper
  12. June 18, 2009
    Letter
  13. May 28, 2009
    Letter
  14. May 27, 2009
    Letter, Response to Consultation
  15. May 27, 2009
    Letter, Response to Consultation
  16. May 1, 2009
    Letter
  17. April 29, 2009
    Letter
  18. March 9, 2009
    Letter
  19. February 2009
    Poster
  20. December 2008
    Report
  21. October 11, 2008
    Letter, Response to Consultation
  22. June 6, 2008
    Letter
  23. January 29, 2008
    Letter
  24. July 30, 2007
    Letter, Response to Consultation
  25. June 10, 2004
    Letter, Response to Consultation

In the news

Jun 18, 2015

CPCHE's Executive Director, Erica Phipps, was invited to appear before the federal Standing Committee on Health on Thursday, October 18, 2015, during the committee's deliberations on lung cancer. Erica's speaking notes, which feature CPCHE's radon work in the child care sector, are available below. 

Dec 16, 2014

CPCHE, together with Dr. Bruce Lanphear (Simon Fraser) and Dr. Robin Walker (Western) submitted a joint letter to the federal Ministers of Health and Environment urging immediate action on Triclosan, an antibacterial chemical widely used in hand soaps, personal care products, plastics and other everyday items, citing concerns about health risks.

Apr 07, 2014

Healthy Schools Day in Canada, April 8, 2014 - CPCHE's Call to Action

Nov 01, 2010

Scientific evidence links low doses to cancer, diabetes, obesity, and adverse effects on reproduction and brain development