OutCare Foundation Leadership

Elisabeth Lang

Director

Elisabeth is Chief of Staff to the Commissioner of Competition at the Competition Bureau Canada. Elisabeth is accountable for providing strategic analysis, advice and support to enable the Commissioner to realize upon his mandate, mission and vision for the Bureau. Elisabeth is currently leading the development of the Bureau’s enhanced Performance Measurement Framework. Previously, Elisabeth was Deputy Superintendent, Program Policy and Regulatory Affairs at the Office of the Superintendent of Bankruptcy. Elisabeth joined the federal government in 2004 as legal counsel with the Insolvency Law group of Industry Canada Legal Services, Department of Justice following seven years as a commercial litigator in private practice. Elisabeth obtained her Bachelor of Arts Degree from Kings College at the University of Western Ontario and her law degree from Osgoode Hall Law School at York University.

Elisabeth has sat on various not-for-profit boards for over fifteen years. Elisabeth’s charitable endeavors include recent work helping to build a school in Haiti with BuildOn and In a Perfect World as well as leading multiple charitable campaigns for organizations such as The Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada and the Government of Canada Workplace Charitable Campaign.

Elisabeth has seen first-hand the challenges faced by family members seeking to provide palliative care to loved ones and joined OutCare Foundation in 2017 with the objective of contributing to better support and enhanced options for end-of-life care in Eastern Ontario.

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Did You Know?

An estimated 90% of us will need palliative care.

Only an estimated 30% of those who need palliative care can access it.

Most of us wish to die in home yet at least 50% of deaths still occur in hospitals.