Alberta takes over as Canada's political crazytown; privatized health care suffers a setback in B.C.David J. Climenhaga | Columnist Allan Fotheringham once compared Conservatives to cream: "Rich, thick and full of clots." The Alberta government is living up to that description.
|Podcast Redeye Collective | On September 6, the B.C. Supreme Court began hearing Cambie Surgeries Corp's constitutional challenge to the Medicare Protection Act. Colleen Fuller says the case poses a grave threat to our system.|
|Blog Rick Turner | An ongoing B.C. Supreme Court case could open up the province to a two-tier health system. That shouldn't happen.|
|Podcast Redeye Collective | A case brought by the new elected head of Doctors of B.C. is challenging the Medicare Protection Act in court. Colleen Fuller argues that this case strikes at the heart of Canada's health-care system.|
|Blog Michael Butler | It’s a sad day for health care in British Columbia as Dr. Profit (Brian Day) was elected president of the Doctors of B.C|
|Blog David J. Climenhaga | Lacking big ideas, the conservative movement has all but conceded the "marketplace of ideas" on public health care to the Left, and moved to the courts in hopes of wrecking medicare.|
|Blog David J. Climenhaga | Manning attendees seemed to get a charge out of Ron Paul's perorations -- whistling and stomping whenever he paused for breath in his explanation of why financial apocalypse is nigh.|
|Blog David J. Climenhaga | The Manning Centre's "Municipal Governance Project" will give aid and comfort to market fundamentalists seeking municipal office -- starting in Calgary.|