We need public solutions and federal leadership.
The fate of Nova Scotia health-care unions hang in the balance until the Jan. 1 decision on Bill 1.
Ontario's Auditor General found $8 billion in higher costs due to the P3 privatization of Ontario's hospitals and other public infrastructure.
After weeks in mediation, a settlement could not be reached between Nova Scotia's four health-care unions and acute care employers.
A massive rally at Queen's Park with more than 3,000 people in attendance from across Ontario to save our community hospitals and stop the contracting out of hospital services to private clinics.
The time has come to ask not whether a universal public drug plan is relevant but rather simply when it needs to be implemented.
Filipino public health students often study Canada's system to find ways to improve their own. But Filipinos know the dangers of a highly fragmented health care system.
We need to stop the private clinics and force the government to deal with the fact that the public does not want a model of privatized, inequitable and poor quality health care.
Council of Canadians chairperson Maude Barlow spoke about the need to defend and expand public health care to a full house in Campbell River, British Columbia last night.
Nearly three-quarters (73.3 per cent) of B.C.'s care aides say they are forced to rush through basic care for the elderly and disabled.