Meet CanPath Participants

Hundreds of thousands of Canadians have come together to be part of a study that reveals real breakthroughs.

Participant Spotlight

Over ten years ago, the Canadian Partnership for Tomorrow’s Health, then known as the Canadian Partnership for Tomorrow Project, recruited its first participant. Today, it is Canada’s largest population health study with more than 330,000 participants who share a vision of a healthier Canada.

The contributions of CanPath participants enable researchers to study the environmental and biological causes of disease, ultimately improving the health of Canadians and people around the world.

A few CanPath participants shared their stories about why they joined the project and what they believe will improve health in their communities. Thank you to all participants!

"No one is well till everyone is well. Start small, start now, be one with the Manitoba Tomorrow Project!”

Gigi Fallorin

Winnipeg, Manitoba
Manitoba Tomorrow Project participant since 2018

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I hoped that I could help with research, and my family is Metis, which I thought might be important.

Sandra Slobodian

Esquimalt, British Columbia
BC Generations Project participant since 2009

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For me it boils down to social justice issues. We need to take better care of ourselves and each other.

Krista Osborne

St. Albert, Alberta
Alberta’s Tomorrow Project participant since 2011

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I think people should stop consulting Dr. Google and seek the appropriate care at the necessary time.

Marc André Sirois

Ottawa, Ontario
Ontario Health Study participant since February 2012

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As a caregiver myself, I know how important it is to help people live independently.

Roberta Livingstone

North Bay, Ontario
Ontario Health Study participant since January 2012

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I’m concerned by the increasing cost to maintain or improve the actual level of service.

Michel Legault

Blainville, Québec
CART-a-GENE participant since 2011

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I think the most important issue facing the health of Canadians is access to care.

Barbara Campbell

Halifax, Nova Scotia
Atlantic Path participant since 2010

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