Former B.C. Premier Gordon Campbell, just appointed to lead the fiscal inquiry in Ontario, is perhaps the biggest enemy of public health care in Canada. Health care advocates will stand against him
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Like the Dude, Capitalism prevails.
Ontario’s hospitals’ hallway medicine and bed crisis will deepen under Premier Doug Ford’s public service cuts and promised tax cuts, the Ontario Council of Hospital Unions (OCHU) warned.
Striking health care workers at the Port Arthur Health Care Centre in Thunder Bay, Ontario drew support from members of Unifor, other unions, the community and municipal and provincial politician.
The Hospital Employees' Union (HEU) is calling on B.C.’s Minister of Health and the Fraser Health Authority to stop the mass staff layoffs at two long-term care homes in Coquitlam.
For the better health of all of us, how do we get from colonialism to reconciliation, and what will that future look like? Jared Knoll interviews indigenous homelessness scholar Jesse Thistle.
For the first time ever, an expert group has arrived at a majority consensus that the practice of so-called "conscientious objection" by health-care professionals should not be allowed.
With Seafood Progress, consumers can support retailers that follow best practices, and retailers can demonstrate corporate responsibility and help the seafood industry progress toward sustainability.
Andrew MacLeod and David Peck talk about mental health, choices and social context, addiction, brokenness, trauma, thinking collectively and a health in all policies approach to wellness.
After several amendments to the Cannabis Act, marijuana will no longer violate the Criminal Code as of October this year. The marijuana laws in Canada will be even more liberal than the Netherlands.