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The Joint Cancer Care Ontario- Aboriginal Cancer Committee (JOACC)
 

The JOACC provides overall guidance and advice to Cancer Care Ontario as it develops and implements strategies to reduce the incidence of cancer among Ontario’s Aboriginal populations.

The committee is made up of Aboriginal representatives from each of the nine provincial/territorial Aboriginal organizations (PTOs), including a representative from the Independent First Nations and representatives from Cancer Care Ontario. JOACC receives spiritual guidance and support from an Aboriginal Elder and is co-chaired by one member representing the Aboriginal organizations and one member representing Cancer Care Ontario.


Provincial Aboriginal Organizations Cancer Care Ontario

Rotating co-chair:

  • Nishnawbe-Aski Nation
  • Association of Iroquois and Allied Indians
  • Union of Ontario Indians
  • Grand Council Treaty #3
  • Independent First Nations
  • Métis Nation of Ontario
  • Ontario Native Women’s Association
  • Ontario Federation of Indian Friendship Centres

Department of Prevention & Screening:

  • Vice President (co-chair)
  • ACCU staff
  • Surveillance Unit Director (Division of Population Studies & Surveillance)
  • Prevention (as needed)
  • Screening (as needed)

Stakeholders:

  • Regional Vice-Presidents (to rotate)
  • Canadian Cancer Society
  • Medical Advisor
Membership - Aboriginal Elders (4)
Last modified: Tue, Jun 26, 2012
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