|Blog Raluca Bejan | Lack of public investment forces governments to resort to private provision of supplies. And Canada did turn to the private market to address COVID-19 testing shortages.|
|Blog David J. Climenhaga | The Alberta Medical Association has weighed in on Babylon, and it's not impressed.|
|Columnists Duncan Cameron | In the name of "we can't afford it," ordinary citizens in the U.S. and Canada have been cheated out of the services they need to live healthy lives.|
UCP launches blitzkrieg on physicians as health care in Alberta returns to its normal state of chaosDavid J. Climenhaga | The UCP is unique in the history of Alberta and Canada: it will fight with anyone except Big Oil.
|Columnists Amy Goodman, Denis Moynihan | From Canada to Costa Rica, universal health care is already a reality. Perhaps when the U.S. presidential election is over, sensible health policy can become a reality in the U.S., too.|
|Blog David J. Climenhaga | Widespread privatization, shuttered health care facilities, and service cuts are all in Kenney's cards as Alberta's government breaks earlier promises on health care.|
|News Angela Bischoff | As a lifelong activist, this has perhaps been my sweetest campaign, parenting my parent. In providing a loving home for her, we've allowed her beautiful spirit to rise up.|
|Podcast Scott Neigh | Jessi Taylor talks about the campaign to Save Clinic 554, a practice that is a rare source of abortion services, trans care and specialized care for other marginalized populations in New Brunswick.|
|Blog Tina S. Beier | An overview of the Ford government's cuts to health care in Ontario and how these cuts affect reproductive health, LGBTQ+ mental health, and privatization.|
|Blog David J. Climenhaga | After years of constant conservative mismanagement, Alberta's health-care system may not be able to take another major reorganization without catastrophic results.|
|Podcast Scott Neigh | Alas Mata, Baj Mukhopadhyay, and Bilal Mamdani talk about the Liberation Health Convergence, which brought radical health workers together in Toronto for five days in May.|
'Something In The Air' -- new film demonstrates that the effects of air pollution may be worse than we knowFace2Face | Director Leif Kaldor explores the effects of the "airpocalypse" on human health ranging from asthma to DNA change and dementia. He talks to Face2Face host David Peck.
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