COVID-19 Update from Lung Cancer Canada

In an effort to protect our community and our staff from potential exposure to COVID-19, our office in downtown Toronto is closed until further notice. During this time, our staff will be working remotely and continue our efforts to provide the services that lung cancer patients and the community come to expect from us. We will continue to respond to inquiries through phone, and e-mail. Our website and social media platforms will be updated frequently.
We are here to help so please do not hesitate to contact us.
At Lung Cancer Canada , the health, well-being and safety of people affected by lung cancer is our priority. As the situation with COVID-19 is quickly evolving, it is important to ensure that you have accurate information. 
The World Health Organization, the Public Health Association of Canada and your provincial Public Health office websites are the official sources of up to date information.  Scroll down to the bottom of this page for links to these sites. 
If you are a lung cancer patient, you may be at a higher risk for more serious outcomes of COVID-19. Cancer is considered an underlying medical condition. Some cancer treatments, such as surgery, chemotherapy and radiation therapy, can weaken your immune system, making it harder to fight infections. The Canadian Cancer Society has information specific to cancer and the coronavirus.

COVID-19 Information Links:





Health Canada:


Canadian Cancer Society:



British Columbia:

BC Centre for Disease Control:
BC Cancer Centre:


Alberta Health Services:



Saskatchewan Public Health:   

Saskatchewan Cancer Agency:



CancerCare Manitoba:



Ontario Public Health:


Quebec (in English and French):


New Brunswick:

New Brunswick Public Health:


Nova Scotia: 

Nova Scotia Public Health:


Newfoundland and Labrador: 

Newfoundland and Labrador:


Prince Edward Island:

PEI Public Health:



Yukon Minister of Health:

Cancer Care Yukon:


Northwest Territories:

Northwest Territories:



Nunavut Public Health: