We are pleased to announce the addition of DICLECTIN​® to the innoviCares program.    To receive this benefit, simply present your innoviCares card along with a prescription for DICLECTIN​® at your local pharmacy. Your innoviCares card will automatically cover a portion of the cost of the prescription.   You can see the full list of products covered by innoviCares by visiting the What’s Covered page and selecting your province from the drop-down menu.


It’s a moment we all fear: when your doctor enters the room, closes the door, and says, “I have some bad news.” Learning you have a serious illness or condition can be devastating, but the emotional and psychological turbulence you experience following that initial shock can often make you feel worse. But they don’t have to.


The folks behind innoviCares like to get outdoors and enjoy the communities in which we live and work to stay active and lead a healthy lifestyle. From running on trails near our office to canoeing on the lakes, we’re always looking for new ways to stay healthy and enjoy our beautiful country! Now we want to hear from you: Do you walk the beaches of the East Coast or hike in the Rockies? We want to know!

Stroke is a medical emergency, but recognising the signs can help save a life. If you, or someone with you, is experiencing the signs or symptoms of a stroke, call 911 or your local emergency number immediately.

Quick – or FAST – action can improve the chances of survival and recovery. If you are experiencing the symptoms, do not drive – an ambulance will get you to the best hospital for stroke care, plus paramedics can provide interim medical attention. 

Stroke is the leading cause of adult disability in Canada, and the third leading cause of death. Nearly 14,000 Canadians die from stroke each year, with a new stroke occurring every 10 minutes. What is a stroke?

A stroke occurs when blood stops flowing to any part of your brain, damaging brain cells. The effects of a stroke depend on the part of the brain damaged and the amount of damage done.


Not only is skin cancer the most common cancer here in Canada, it’s also one of the most preventable types.

There are three forms of skin cancer: basal cell carcinoma (BCC), squamous cell carcinoma (SCC), and melanoma. The first two are grouped together as non-melanoma skin cancers.

(You can learn the signs of early melanoma here.)