The Hearing Foundation of Canada works with a number of excellent partners in the hearing space. These partners offer many resources which may be useful to you and your family.
This report by the Canadian Infant Hearing Task Force shows where each Province & Territory in Canada currently stands with their programs (as of January 2016).
British Columbia, Ontario and Nova Scotia are leading the way in Canada, with Quebec, Alberta, and Nunavut having much to do.
The Canadian Infant Hearing Task Force
Canadian Academy of Audiology
The Canadian Academy of Audiology is dedicated to enhancing the role of audiologists as primary
hearing health care providers through advocacy, education and research.
Speech-Language and Audiology Canada
Canadian Paediatric Society
The Canadian Paediatric Society recommends that provinces and territories provide universal newborn hearing screening (UNHS) for all infants via a fully funded, integrated program that ensures: all babies are screened by 1 month, diagnoses are confirmed by 3 months and interventions are in place by 6 months of age.
Read their 2016 report on the current situation in each province and territory of Canada here: http://www.cps.ca/en/status-report/newborn-hearing-screening-2016-report
Voice is a National organization providing support to families who have children with hearing loss that are learning to hear, listen and speak with the aid of hearing technology such as hearing aids or cochlear implants. For over 50 years we have worked with parents, professionals, school board and governments to ensure that all children with hearing loss have their rights upheld with access to services for developing the abilities to communicate through spoken language. VOICE for deaf and hard of hearing children focuses on Parent Support, Public Education and Advocacy.