Canadians for Homeopathy

Welcome to Canadians for Homeopathy

When Wildfires Strike: Homeopathy to the Rescue!
Presented By Nicole Duelli

Date: Monday, Jul 8, 2024 at 4:30 pm PT/ 7:30 pm ET

Homeopathic medicines can make a difference during disasters like wildfires in managing both the physical and emotional trauma. Learn about remedies you can use at home for smoke inhalation as well as the mental emotional tolls of fear, shock, exhaustion and grief when dealing with any disaster. Homeopathic medicines work by helping the body recover and cope during any acute situation, but also can help mitigate long term effects. Learn the top remedies to keep at home and when to seek the advice of a homeopath!

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Becoming a Professional Homeopath, Part 2
Presented By Shahram Ayoubzadeh

Aired: Monday, June 10th , 2024

Learn all about the Canadian College of Homeopathic Medicine (CCHM) in our second webinar of the two-part series about becoming a professional homeopath in Canada. Now enrolling for it’s 30th consecutive intake, The Canadian College of Homeopathic Medicine is one of the longest-running training institutions in North America. With a highly skilled faculty, including internationally renowned homeopaths, CCHM offers an individualized and flexible entry point program and provides a robust foundation in classical homeopathy.

Becoming a Professional Homeopath, Part 1
Presented by Beth Landau-Halpern and Haroula Battista

Aired: May 13th, 2024

Learn all about the Ontario College of Homeopathic Medicine (OCHM) in this first webinar in our two-part series about becoming a professional homeopath in Canada. The OCHM is a leading institution in Classical Homeopathy, offering exceptional education since 2001, and the only non-profit Homeopathic school in North America. Learn about their programs, which are designed to meet the needs of students from diverse backgrounds, with flexibility and a focus on individualized learning.

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The Threat to Homeopathy in Canada: Ananda More and Shawn Buckley in Conversation

On Monday November 13th, two leading natural health advocates, Ananda More (homeopath and filmmaker) and Shawn Buckley (lawyer and president of the Natural Health Products Protection Association) came together in conversation to discuss a new threat to homeopathy in Canada.

Homeopathy has often faced opposition, but now Health Canada is implementing fees and regulations that will have far-reaching consequences for practitioners, manufacturers and consumers of homeopathic medicines. Watch to learn more and find out what you can do to help protect homeopathy.

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Our Mission

Educate Canadians about the value and appropriate use of homeopathy for the improvement of their health and

Our vision

Bringing the health benefits of homeopathy to all Canadians.


Personalized, ethical, quality care supported by competent professionals. Freedom of choice in health care.

Homeopathy Facts

million+ users worldwide

thousands of healthcare professionals

millions of canadians use homeopathy


satisfaction rate


Homeopathy is the second-largest system of medicine in the world, with over 200 million people and 400,000 health care professionals using it on a regular basis. Nearly 10.3 million Canadians use homeopathy with a satisfaction rate of eighty three per cent.


Homeopathy is fully integrated into public health care, medical schools and universities in many parts of Europe, South America and India.


Homeopathy is exceptionally safe and without harmful effects – even for children and pregnant women. Ninety-five per cent of French pharmacists recommend homeopathy to their pregnant patients.


Hundreds of robustly-conducted studies demonstrate that homeopathy works. Seventy per cent of those who use homeopathy experience improved health.


Homeopathy is safe to use alongside conventional medicines without adverse interactions, making homeopathy an especially valuable treatment choice for our aging population.


Homeopathy is regulated provincially and Ontario is the first province to regulate professional homeopaths. The College of Homeopaths of Ontario was established to allow self-regulation of the homeopathy profession within the framework of the Regulated Health Professions Act, 1991 (RHPA) and the Homeopathy Act, 2007.

Campaign Objectives

Create widespread increased awareness of the principles of homeopathy as an effective, gentle system of medicine.

Cultivate a unified voice of and for homeopathy in Canada.

Create a solid marketing and communication infrastructure for homeopathy in Canada that cultivates resilience and enables it to thrive.

Support freedom of informed choice.

Create a comprehensive public education resource.

Create a national practitioner directory.

Engage representation and support from all associated sectors, including users, educators, practitioners, retailers, distributors, manufacturers and regulators to create a unified voice in support of homeopathy.

Identify and engage a media that is supportive of the practice of homeopathy and health freedom.

Create Canadians for Homeopathy campaign sustainability.