Canada is failing our heart failure patients
This growing and silent epidemic comes with crippling costs for the healthcare system and Canadian families.
Heart and Stroke Foundation invests in the best medical minds in the world
Foundation invests close to $31 million into research across Canada.
1 in 5 Canadians will develop heart failure: National survey reveals misconceptions
It’s time to put heart failure on the map to help Canadians better understand this incurable condition.
Ambitious research initiative aims to significantly increase Canadian survival rates from sudden cardiac arrest
Final Truth and Reconciliation Report leads the way forward to a healthier Canada
Foundation praises work of Commission, courage of survivors.
Family history can double your risk of heart disease and stroke, yet new poll finds a third of Canadians have not discussed inherited risks with their doctor
To raise awareness and funds the Heart and Stroke Foundation focuses holiday campaign on genetic research.
World Stroke Day 2015 proclamation sounds alarm around stroke and dementia
‘We need to redouble our efforts around prevention,’ says Heart and Stroke Foundation CEO.
Heart and Stroke Foundation research propelled through visionary partnership
2015 CP Has Heart Cardiovascular Research Award recipients announced.
Making healthy platform promises a reality
Foundation anticipates working with new government to improve heart health of Canadians
The Heart and Stroke Foundation says the power to save a life may be in your pocket or purse
New guidelines emphasize the importance of bystander response
Heart and Stroke Foundation’s top health app is now even better
Blogger follows up 135 lb. weight loss with <30 Days app and finds it motivates to maintain healthy habits and prevent heart disease and stroke
World Heart Day 2015 focuses on healthy heart environments for everyone, everywhere
To mark World Heart Day 2015, the Heart and Stroke Foundation is joining the World Heart Federation in calling on Canada and the global community to ensure the right to heart-healthy environments so that people all around the world have the opportunity to make healthy heart choices.
Foundation urges Canadians to cut the crap
New position statement on saturated fat emphasizes natural/whole foods.
Number of stroke survivors living with disability in Canada to climb 80%
More research required to find innovative solutions to restore lives affected by stroke, health groups say
Four cardiac arrests, four lives saved in Canadian arenas in April
Successes highlight federal government partnership with Heart and Stroke Foundation to place AEDs in Canadian communities.
Foundation welcomes improvements to nutrition labelling
Better nutrition information could help Canadians make better choices
Goldcorp partners with Heart and Stroke Foundation to improve stroke prevention, treatment and care
A new program will serve remote and northern communities surrounding Goldcorp’s operations in Ontario and Quebec; Donation announced at Heart of Gold Gala in Vancouver.
Stroke Report 2015: Canadians are not getting the care they need fast enough
Gaps in the healthcare system and Canadians’ inability to recognize stroke put them at risk of death or disability.
Truth and Reconciliation Report a defining moment for Canada: Heart and Stroke Foundation
All Canadians have a role to play on journey forward, CEO says.
Fruit juice is going down the drain
The Heart and Stroke Foundation applauds Health Canada’s intention to strengthen nutrition messages.
CP commits $3 million to move cardiac research forward
New visionary partnership largest in the Heart and Stroke Foundation’s history.
Foundation research is at the core of the race to save lives
Foundation invests close to $34 million this year in research across Canada.
Big challenges lie ahead for Canadians’ heart health despite decades of research advances
Heart disease touches more than one in two Canadians and new obstacles loom on the horizon, according to 2015 Report on the Health of Canadians.
Foundation launches campaign to help Canadians recognize a stroke and act “FAST”
Stroke is the third leading cause of death in Canada, and a leading cause of disability. FAST, which stands for Face, Arms, Speech and Time, highlights that the quicker you act, the more of the person you save.
Heart and Stroke Foundation receives $2 million for research
Largest research gift in Foundation history.