Missing and murdered Indigenous women not on trial
Researchers are studying cannabis for promising anti-seizure medication.
They must be at the table. Their rights and our future demand it.
I’ve often wondered why there’s very little public outcry when the media reports on the cruel use of seclusion rooms for kids with developmental disabilities and delays in schools across Canada.
So why aren’t we making use of this important human resource?
— By Eric Bohm and Ivan Wong Nearly half of Canadians aged 65 and over experience osteoarthritis in their knees. Osteoarthritis is the most common form of arthritis and occurs when the protective cartilage on the ends of bones wears down over time leading to pain, stiffness and decreased mobility. It frequently occurs in…
— By Danyaal Raza This week, Canadian physicians are gathering for the annual meeting of the Canadian Medical Association (CMA). Often called Canada’s ‘Parliament of Medicine,’ one of the meeting’s strategic sessions is zeroing in on the health consequences of climate change. Slated to start with a keynote address from Dr. James Orbinski, past…
Kickstarting the renewable energy economy comes first.
Around 700,000 deaths occur annually as a result of infections by resistant bacteria
Homeless seek safety and community in numbers in “tent cities”.
Sometimes the solutions may be deceptively straightforward.
Alberta behind on leveraging art in healthcare
Five truths about Indigenous bilingual education
Will the staggering $40 billion dollars promised over 10 years amend nearly a quarter of a century of federal inactivity on public housing?
Canadians are living longer. Unfortunately, our hospitals aren’t ready for them.
The federal government is to be congratulated on its just-released Poverty Reduction Strategy.