It’s been a long time coming, but the federal government is expected to unveil national accessibility laws this spring. Similar legislation in other jurisdictions,...Lire le texte Who benefits from accessible infrastructure?
Food plays an important role in the health of all Canadians. Our food systems are closely intertwined with our economy, environment and physical, social...Lire le texte The rise of food policy councils in Canada
When complex and controversial draft legislation is processed rapidly, significant potential implications of the bill – and any amendments made to it – can...Lire le texte Hasty change to assisted dying bill a serious error
In our country’s conversation on legalizing cannabis, whose voices really matter? Canada’s cannabis legalization is only months away, and politicians, the police, political pundits,...Lire le texte Where are Black Canadians in the cannabis debate?
One of the best-known Greek myths tells the story of Cassandra, Princess of Troy, who was granted the power to foretell the future by...Lire le texte A teachable moment in the Hawaii false alarm
The federal Minister of Health has initiated an external review of eight pan-Canadian health organizations. One of these is the Canadian Agency for Drugs and Technologies in Health...Lire le texte Good governance and decision-making on drug coverage
In 2015, research funded by the University of British Columbia Institute for Healthy Living and Chronic Disease Prevention found more than half of respondents...Lire le texte The case against taxing medical cannabis
Le soutien du revenu pour les personnes handicapées a été créé pour offrir des avantages à ceux qui y sont admissibles et non pour...Lire le texte Lever les obstacles à l’accès au CIPH
Within the next few months, most provincial governments across Canada will have tabled legislation outlining their frameworks for the legalization of cannabis. Ontario and...Lire le texte The pitfalls of uneven cannabis laws