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Heryka Miranda | The answer to that question is not easy. As a condition of employment, migrant workers have the right to public health care, however, whether they have access is a more complicated question.
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Jarrah Hodge | On Monday, Sept. 22, New Brunswick will go to the polls. On Saturday, Sept 20., people will take to the streets to ask "Where'd our reproductive rights go in Canada?"
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Joyce Arthur | When doctors refuse to provide reproductive health-care services based on personal beliefs, most people call it "conscientious objection." In reality, it is the opposite of conscientious.
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John Bonnar | Her body was overrun with cancer. She didn’t have a doctor, but needed the Special Diet Allowance. So she went to Dr. Wong.
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H.G. Watson | Canadian Forces Ombudsman Pierre Daigle released a report stating on-base housing is substandard, employment for families lack and access to health care unstable.
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H.G. Watson | rabble's Labour Beat reporter looks at the World Happiness Report, Canada's placement and if there are correlations between income, unionization and happiness.
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Dan Kellar, [email protected] Radio, Grand River Media Collective | David Cedeño has been at the "Penetang prison" for 18 months. In segregation since Sept. 2012 after requesting treatment for a medical condition, David started a hunger strike on Jan. 9.
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George Lessard | Dennis Bevington, MP for the Western Arctic, presented the "Canadian Public Health Forum: with an emphasis on the North," hosted by NDP Health Critic Libby Davies MP, Vancouver East.
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Adrienne Silnicki | The Government of Nova Scotia released proposed changes to the Health Services and Insurance Act that will make health care in Nova Scotia more equitable and accessible.