Jan 19, 2014


Writer and performer TJ Dawe’s newest monologue recounts what happened when he attended a week-long group therapy retreat where participants took the Amazonian psychotropic plant ayahuasca.
Nov 8, 2013

Science, ethics and torture

National security and protection of the nation have been the traditional heavyweight excuses provided by governments that use torture, but there is more behind the justification of unethical methods.
Jul 21, 2013

Labour in the Time of Cholera and Cancer

A recent article examines why deaths from infectious diseases have dropped so dramatically. It says it’s less to do with medicine and more to do with better living and working conditions for workers.

Roundtable: Health workers for refugee healthcare

Jun 27, 2012
733 Beatty Street right next to Stadium Skytrain Station
Vancouver , BC
49° 16' 42.2688" N, 123° 6' 46.6524" W
British Columbia CA
Please join us as health workers explain what health services are being cut and what community and health care resources exist for people who have limited access to health care,.
Aug 31, 2011

Bad medicine from advisory panel at CMA annual meeting

Dr. Danielle Martin
Canadian Doctors for Medicare
At the annual meeting of the Canadian Medical Association an independent advisory panel suggested the government look at more funding options for health care -- like user fees and private funding.
Mar 14, 2011

Halting rising drug costs in Canada

Drug costs are the fastest-rising part of a public system said to be heading for the rocks, but are equally tough on private drug plans, which account for over half of drug spending in Canada.


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