Monthly Archives: September 2015

The problems of privatization

One of the great absurdities of Canada’s universal health care system is that it continues to re-invent the wheel on everything. No one seems to look to other jurisdictions to see what has and hasn’t worked, why what happened happened … Continue reading

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Out of the closet on doctor assisted death

The hot topic at the Canadian Medical Association’s national conference in Halifax was doctor-assisted death. Doctors are torn on the topic. Some see it as a continuation of the medical care they can provide to their patients. For others it … Continue reading

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No gas, no care?

In a freakish breakdown of supply and demand, Nova Scotia has been embraced in a fuel shortage. Gas pumps across the province have sported signs saying they had no fuel to pump. Facebook became a go-to place as residents with … Continue reading

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