Cet article a été traduit de l’anglais. Le lien entre la maladie mentale et la justice pénale ne date pas d’hier. Il n’y a...Lire le texte Les prisons ne doivent pas devenir les nouveaux asiles
Ask any Canadian what “care” means and you will get rapid-fire answers that include words like kindness, love, concern, compassion and attentiveness. We know...Lire le texte We must prioritize caring in health care
After what feels like a decade of hype and underwhelming sales, direct-to-consumer (DTC) genetic testing seems to be taking off, for better or worse....Lire le texte Is direct-to-consumer genetic testing reifying race?
I consider myself lucky to have been born when death was still pretty much a mystery, more the prerogative of poets and other artists,...Lire le texte A meditation on medical assistance in dying
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?