Category: WTA


—Ottawa, ON, December 8, 2015— Today’s Wait Time Alliance (WTA) Report is a stark reminder that for the seventh consecutive year no visible progress has been made in measuring how well the health system meets the psychiatric needs of Canadians. The report, which grades provincial and national progress in reducing ... Read More
December 8, 2015Rob Cornforth


—Ottawa, ON, September 23, 2014— The Canadian Psychiatric Association (CPA) agrees with Canadians that federal leadership is needed on wait times in health care. This is particularly true in mental health. A new Nanos poll commissioned by the Wait Time Alliance (WTA) and released today found eight out of 10 Canadians ... Read More
September 23, 2014Rob Cornforth


—Ottawa, ON, June 3, 2014— The Canadian Psychiatric Association is disappointed that the Wait Time Alliance Report released today highlights that, for the sixth consecutive year, no progress has been made in publicly releasing wait times for psychiatric care. “This is unacceptable given the unmet need among people with mental illness and ... Read More
June 3, 2014Rob Cornforth