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National Liaison Committee

The National Liaison Committee will ensure that Canadians – particularly those who have an interest in the blood system, contribute to decision making on issues affecting the blood system. The National Liaison Committee is intended to identify issues, and offer ideas, opinions and concerns from across Canada.

The Committee meets three times per year. The two day meeting in the fall is scheduled to coincide with the annual Honouring Our Lifeblood ceremony. On the second day of the fall meeting, the Committee meets with the full CBS Board of Directors. The Co-Chairs may, at any time, request additional meetings, either face-to-face or via teleconference. Summary notes of these meetings are posted on our Web site.

Further details on the function and composition of the National Liaison Committee can be found in the:


Summary Notes

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October 22-23, 2001 Summary Notes (Day 1) Summary Notes (Day 2)
January 30, 2002 Summary Notes
April 15, 2002 Summary Notes
July 8, 2002 Summary Notes
September 23, 2002 Summary Notes (Day 1) Summary Notes (Day 2)
December 3, 2002 Summary Notes
May 6, 2003 Summary Notes
May 27, 2003 Summary Notes
June 24, 2003 Summary Notes
October 27-28, 2003 Summary Notes (Day 1) Summary Notes (Day 2)
February 2, 2004 Summary Notes
June 7-8, 2004 Summary Notes (Day 1) Summary Notes (Day 2)
November 8-9, 2004 Summary Notes (Day 1) Summary Notes (Day 2)
February 7, 2005 Summary Notes
June 6, 2005 Summary Notes
October 24-25, 2005 Summary Notes (Day 1) Summary Notes (Day 2) Summary Notes (Day 2 - Part 2)
February 20, 2006 Summary Notes
June 5, 2006 Summary Notes
October 23, 2006 Summary Notes
April 21, 2007 Summary Notes
September 17, 2007 Summary Notes
April 21, 2008 Summary Notes
September 15-16, 2008 Summary Notes (Day 1) Summary Notes (Day 2)
April 20, 2009 Summary Notes
September 21- 22,2009 Summary Notes (Day 1) Summary Notes (Day 2)
June 28, 2010 Summary Notes
September 20-21, 2010 Summary Notes (Day 1) Appendix A
Appendix B
Appendix C
Summary Notes (Day 2)
March 28, 2011 Summary Notes
September 19-20, 2011 Summary Notes (Day 1)
Appendix A
Appendix B
Summary Notes (Day 2)
March 26, 2012 Summary Notes
September 10-11, 2012 Summary Notes (Day 1)
Summary Notes (Day 2)
March 18, 2013 Summary Notes
September 9-10, 2013 Summary Notes (Day 1)
Summary Notes (Day 2)

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