A case in Nova Scotia provides insight into how the use of medical cannabis is sometimes still perceived as an unconventional treatment despite having been legal in Canada for almost two decades.
Food & Health
AUPE, the United Nurses of Alberta (UNA) and the Health Sciences Association of Alberta (HSAA) are campaigning to update Alberta’s Occupational Health and Safety Code.
There is a need for a massive re-think about how we build community, rural and urban communities that are resilient, healthy and work towards strengthening self-reliance in the face of climate change.
Film co-producer Joseph Pace talks about his new film "The Game Changers," plant-based diets, nutrition and diet, why it’s important not to be self-righteous.
Talking Radical Radio
Sandi Mowat, president of the Manitoba Nurses Union, talks about mobilizing against health-care cuts and in defence of patient care.
The provincial government’s plan to protect patients from extra-billing by practitioners and private clinics is fundamental to restoring quality health care and equitable access to services.
Mr. Ford was quoted in Thunder Bay’s media yesterday falsely stating that comparable hospital beds cost $3,500 while long-term care beds cost a fraction of that. This is not true.
Homelessness is complicated. There’s not one easy or simple solution. But we cannot let those remain excuses for doing nothing, or even too little.
David J. Climenhaga
New salary regulations introduced by Alberta NDP won't please top university administrators; entire United Conservative Party Caucus goes missing!
Part Two excerpt from rabble co-founder Judy Rebick's memoir, with a look at the court battle to support Dr. Henry Morgentaler, and Rebick's own exploration of her mental health.