These FAQs have been developed to provide answers to the many questions that we have been asked about the consultative process at Health Canada.
If you have additional questions, please don't hesitate to contact us. We hope this list continues to grow so it remains relevant for all.
A public consultation provides the government with an opportunity to hear what Canadians are thinking on a particular issue. Responses to consultations help form policies and legislation that reflect the concerns of Canadians.
There a variety of ways to provide your feedback. This can include e-mail and online forms and surveys, 1-800 numbers, attending town hall meetings or workshops. To find out how to provide feedback to a specific consultation, follow the link for that consultation.
The consultations listed here have Web pages that provide more detailed information -- just select the consultation in order to link to these details. If you still have further questions, contact information is also provided where applicable.
All personal information created, held or collected by this department is protected under the federal Privacy Act.