Asthma Canada works with like-minded organizations through provincial, national and international coalitions to increase our reach and impact on issues affecting our community. Asthma Canada is currently a member of:


Best Medicines Coalition: A national alliance of patient organizations with a shared goal of equitable and consistent access for all Canadians to safe and effective medicines that improve patient outcomes.


Global Allergy and Asthma Patient Platform: A world-wide organization with over 30 national asthma and allergy patient groups from every continent sharing information and best practices, concerns and hopes. GAAPP operates as an international network linking people and organizations with a common interest: the support for and improvement of the quality of life of people around the globe who have allergies and asthma.


Health Charities Coalition of Canada:  HCCC is about member organizations working together on common issues related to health research and health policy to achieve better health outcomes for Canadians.


Imagine Canada: Imagine Canada exists to work alongside other charitable sector organizations — and often in partnership with the private sector, governments and individuals in the community — to ensure that charities continue to play a pivotal role in building, enriching and defining our nation.


Clean Economy Alliance:  The Clean Economy Alliance is a group of nearly 100 organizations representing a broad cross-section of Ontarians that have united to support the province of Ontario in showing leadership in addressing the crucial issue of climate change.

The Alliance includes prominent Ontario businesses, industry associations, clean tech companies, labour unions, farmers’ groups, health advocates, and environmental organizations.

Alliance members united in April 2015 in support of the Ontario government’s commitment to put a price on carbon pollution and develop a climate change strategy and action plan. Reducing pollution is the right thing to do and it’s also a smart thing to do. Efforts to cut carbon pollution will lead to cleaner air, improved personal and public health, new jobs, and new markets and opportunities for Ontario-based businesses in the global clean economy.