Today's Parent magazine published an article that featured the COS/CAO position statement on electronic screen
MPs and Senators joined Ottawa schoolchildren at the Eye read on the Hill event, highlighting the importance of children's eye health and comprehensive eye exams.
In recognition of Vision Health Month, the Honourable Jane Philpott, P.C., M.P., Minister of Health issued a statement encouraging all Canadians to learn more about eye health and the importance of regular eye exams.
May is Vision Health Month, and the Canadian Association of Optometrists (CAO) has begun its annual awareness campaign with a call for Canadians to “GetEyeWise” to help encourage optimal eye health and vision care.
During Question Period on February 1, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau confirmed that there would be no new taxation of health and dental benefits in the 2017 Budget.
CAO has joined a broad coalition of health care providers, collaborating on an issue that could have serious negative impacts on the health of Canadians.
Landmark Study Finds Children’s Eyesight Worsening Sooner Than Previous Generations Spending One Additional Hour Per Week Outdoors Significantly Lowers Odds Of Nearsightedness
While zombie eyes or cat eye pupils might seem like a cool trick to enhance this year’s Halloween costume, it is no treat when serious eye damage occurs.
OTTAWA (October 18, 2016) - Canada’s vision health professionals, which include optometrists, ophthalmologists, and opticians, remind Canadians to be mindful of potential risks to their eyes at this time of year when wearing cosmetic contact lenses as
On July 16, 2016, Health Canada announced that decorative contact lenses (also known as cosmetic, coloured or fashion contact lenses) will be regulated as Class II medical devices in Canada.  This means that all manufacturers of decorative contact lens