Changes open the system up to privatization by for-profit multinationals
A leaked draft decision of the U.S. Supreme Court suggests the iconic Roe v. Wade legislation could be overturned. That would directly impact women’s right to abortion. Democracy could become another casualty.
Remarks to the House of Commons Natural Resources Committee on its study on a just transition
The Ontario government has tabled its election budget. Public services got short shrift.
Having campaigned on a promise to fix Nova Scotia’s health care system, on April 22, 2022, new Premier Tim Houston, released Action for Health: A Strategic Plan for Nova Scotia. Despite its stated objective of establishing an “equitable and respectful health ecosystem”, the plan fails to include a single mention of women, pregnancy, sexual or reproductive health.
For Ontario’s sake, we must do more
The new era of climate ambition looks a lot like the old era of climate foot-dragging
The federal Liberal-NDP agreement has resulted in the first step toward a national dental care program, starting with children. There’s a strong case to grow this public investment
The budget attempts to turn the page from COVID-19, but the pandemic is still raging and there’s little vision for a future economy that deals with the province's many challenges
Twenty-six per cent of higher inflation for Canadian households is being driven by excess profits
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