The National Collaborating Centre for Healthy Public Policy asked researchers at the Centre Léa Roback, a research centre on health inequalities, to report on programs and policies in Canada whose results were evaluated according to evidence-based standards, including a hierarchical evaluation of the quality of evidence as used in developing clinical guidelines.

The following summary report details policies and programs in Canada that have had some measure of success in reducing health inequalities.

Thirteen Public Interventions in Canada That Have Contributed to a Reduction in Health Inequalities
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