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Regional Liaison Committees

Canadian Blood Services’ Regional Liaison Committees serve a critical role in the operation of Canada’s blood system. Regional Liaison Committees were formed in 2001 as a result of Justice Krever’s recommendation that the Canadian public have access to information about the policy, management and operations of the blood supply system and be represented in the decision-making. The committees help inform Canadian Blood Services’ decision-making through dialogue and consultation, and provide the organization with a broader understanding of stakeholder views, needs and concerns.

The Regional Liaison Committees serves as an ongoing conduit between Canadian Blood Services and the communities it serves by communicating organizational decisions and policies to communities and by raising community issues and concerns with the organization. The functions of the Committee are to:

•        Engage regional stakeholders in dialogue and gather their views.

•        Assist Canadian Blood Services in communicating with regional stakeholders, and facilitate relationship building with regional stakeholders.

•        Support donor and volunteer recruitment through active, ongoing advocacy efforts.

There are five Regional Liaison Committees. Each Committee meets twice per year and as required.

Regional Liaison Committee membership includes the Regional Director, donors, recipients, volunteers, hospital partners, clinic organizers, patient groups and sponsors.

To learn more about the Regional Liaison Committees, please see the Terms of Reference below: Regional Liaison Committees Terms of Reference. 

More information on how to apply to join your local committee.

Summary Notes

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Central Ontario Southern Ontario Atlantic
2012-10-15   2015-11-02
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