In an effort to improve access to the heart, the Canadian government announced a number of road closures this week as part of the Heart Health Initiative.
Some of these closures will be temporary while the government works on a new policy that will be in place by June 2020.
The new policy aims to reduce the number of hospitalizations due to heart attacks by 50 percent.
According to the Canadian Heart Association, over the next 10 years, the number will fall by 50%.
The Heart Health initiative was created by the government in April 2016 to improve heart health.
The goal of the initiative is to increase the safety and health of Canadians by providing health care providers with more resources and staff, which will allow them to better respond to the growing number of heart attacks and strokes.
In April, the government announced that it was cutting $12.4 million from the heart health budget.
This is the latest in a series of road and transit closures across Canada that were planned during the first six months of the year.
These are expected to be completed by the end of June.
The Canadian government said it is still in the process of developing a new road policy, which could be released by the beginning of the summer.
The province of Ontario announced that all highways will be closed on July 1, 2020.
It said it will begin the process to make changes to the existing highway system by the fall.
Ontario is the only province in Canada to close roads due to traffic.
The provincial government said that it is working with the province’s transportation minister to ensure all routes in the province are available for public use.
In Alberta, there will be road closures beginning on June 1, 2021.
The province announced that they will begin by removing a portion of the road between Calgary and Edmonton, which is known as the “Dixie Highway.”
The province said that they are also removing two of the most traveled highways in Alberta, Highway 9 and Highway 50.
The closures are expected at least until the end-of-September.