Here’s a look back over some of my key stories of the last year.
Health Canada is allowing two B.C. therapists to import MDMA for the first Canadian study using the illegal substance in trauma survivors’ therapy.
The immigration minister said that his immigration crackdown — from marriage fraud to human smuggling and what he called the “abuse of Canada’s generosity” — is not driven by ideology or racism.
From refugees to temporary foreign workers, migrants are bearing the brunt of health-care cuts in Canada.
Doctors and health care workers across the country today said a slight reversal in cuts to the Interim Federal Health Program is “too little and too late.”
‘Groundswell’ of anger by MDs, other health providers, against hit to Interim Federal Health Program.
It’s time to stop splitting social change from self-care – and embrace healing justice in our communities.
Is there a link between the tar sands pipelines, the premiers’ health conference, and Indigenous rights? The Left Coast Post sat down with Indigenous advocates in Victoria.
Premiers say they will band together to get the federal government back at the health care table, but will Ottawa budge from its increasingly tough stance?
Can social inequity cause sickness? Vancouver’s Dr. Gabor Maté thinks so.