The coronavirus epidemic demands a concerted, professional, fully funded global public health response. But the Trump administration appears wholly unprepared to deal with the current situation.
While income is one of the most important determinants of personal health, strong labour laws are also important for protecting the health of the broader public.
Federal and most provincial governments continue to deny many thousands of citizens the basic preventive and protective health services that are standard practice in most other advanced nations.
The homelessness emergency and shelter overcrowding demonstrate lessons have not been learned since the 2003 SARS outbreak.
Lawyers for the plaintiff, Brian Day, are trying to prove that the introduction of private health care will not harm our public health care system.
Ontario recently announced that it will reduce funding towards public health agencies across the province to the tune of $200 million.
Facing a rising tide of workplace violence across the country, nurses have been demanding action from Ottawa for almost 18 months.
All those who support universal health care will present expert evidence before the court in the ongoing lawsuit brought by Cambie Corporation against the government of British Columbia.
Thousands came from across Ontario in the middle of a work day with a message for the Doug Ford government.
Despite its own predictions on the impact of climate change, Toronto cancels its cooling centres for vulnerable populations.