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Ministers of Health

Participating ministers:

  • Are responsible for the overall expenditure of public funds by Canadian Blood Services in delivering the blood program and for selecting a Board of Directors.
  • Retain responsibility for the effectiveness of the blood supply system.
  • Approve Canadian Blood Services funding requirements.
  • Are responsible for recommendations to the Minister of Health Canada regarding any proposed changes to Canadian Blood Services legislation.
  • Do not have the power to direct operational decisions of the Board of Directors or Canadian Blood Services staff.

The Provincial Ministers of Health are:

Yukon:

Minister of Health and Social Services

North West Territories:

Minister of Health and Social Services

Nunavut:

Minister of Health and Social Services

British Columbia:

Minister of Health Services

Alberta:

Minister of Health and Wellness

Saskatchewan:

Minister of Health

Manitoba:

Minister of Health

Ontario:

Minister of Health and Long-Term Care

Nova Scotia:

Health Minister

New Brunswick:

Minister of Health and Wellness

Prince Edward Island:

Minister of Health and Social Services

Newfoundland and Labrador:

Minister of Health and Community Services


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