Partner Organizations

CPCHE partner organizations bring together their respective expertise and experience, through a consensus-based collaborative model, to advance children’s environmental health protection in Canada. CPCHE Partners include:

Canadian Association of Nurses for the Environment


CANE represents Nurses dedicated to the improvement of planetary health across all domains of nursing practice, policy, research and education. CANE-AIIE members are part of a committed group, dedicated to taking a stand on planetary health issues that threaten the health and well-being of Canadians and the planet as a whole. 

Canadian Association of Physicians for the Environment


CAPE collaborates with other organizations, nationally and internationally, to work effectively and build power together. We support physicians to be advocates for healthier environments and ecosystems. We take action to enable health for all by engaging with governments, running campaigns, conducting research, and drawing media attention to key issues.

Canadian Child Care Federation


CCCF is a bilingual, non-profit, member-based organization that includes over 20 provincial and territorial affiliate organizations. Our 11,000 members — early learning and child care practitioners, academics, parents and policy makers — share our commitment to excellence in early learning and child care through 1) best and promising practice, 2) capacity building and 2) collaborations, networks and partnerships.

Canadian Environmental Law Association


Canadian Environmental Law Association (CELA) is a public interest law clinic dedicated to environmental equity, justice, and health. CELA is one of the oldest advocates for environmental protection in the country. With funding from Legal Aid Ontario, CELA provides free legal services relating to environmental justice in Ontario, including representing qualifying low-income and vulnerable or disadvantaged communities in litigation. CELA also works on environmental legal education and reform initiatives.

Centre for Environmental Health Equity


CEHE supports communities through creative research that translates knowledge into action for more equitable and just environments.

Environmental Health Clinic


EHC at Women’s College Hospital is the only academically-affiliated, provincially funded and mandated such facility in Ontario. The purposes of the EHC are to educate patients, the public, and health professionals about environmental health hazards, to collaborate in environmental health research, and to provide comprehensive clinical assessments and health care advice to adults referred by their ongoing care physicians with complex, chronic, environment-associated conditions.

Green Teacher

Education for Planet Earth

Green Teacher is a registered charity in Canada serving a global network and we are dedicated to helping educators, both inside and outside of schools, enhance environmental literacy among young learners.

The quarterly Green Teacher magazine offers perspectives on the role of education in creating a sustainable future, practical articles, and ready-to-use activities for various age levels, as well as reviews of dozens of new educational resources.

Learning Disabilities Association of Canada


LDAC is a national, non-profit, volunteer-based organization founded in 1963 with the mission of representing children and adults with learning disabilities, and those who support them. LDAC activities include providing information and advocacy in the areas of prevention – e.g., protecting the developing brain, early identification, assessment, education, intervention, social interaction, coping skills, family support, transitions, employment, and justice. LDAC represents these issues to various levels of government and other agencies, and provides information and support to persons with learning disabilities, parents, and professionals.

Ontario Public Health Association


OPHA is an organization of individuals and Constituent Associations from various sectors and disciplines that have an interest in improving the health of the people of Ontario. The mission of the organization is to provide leadership on issues affecting the public’s health and to strengthen the impact of people who are active in public and community health throughout Ontario.

Pollution Probe

Clean Air. Clean Water.

Pollution Probe is a Canadian environmental organization that defines environmental problems through research, promotes understanding through education, and presses for practical solutions through advocacy. It asserts a dedication to achieving positive and tangible environmental change. Designed on a partnership-building platform, Pollution Probe engages government agencies, private businesses and other non-profit organizations that have a legitimate interest in an issue to help find solutions.

South Riverdale Community Health Centre


SRCHC is a community-based organization that offers primary health care services and health promotion programs to a diverse community. SRCHC’s mission is to improve the lives of people who face barriers to physical, mental, spiritual and social well-being. We do this by meaningfully engaging our clients and communities, ensuring equitable access to primary health care, and delivering quality care through a range of evidence informed programs, services and approaches.

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