Nova Scotians deserve a government that learns the lessons of the past to build a better tomorrow
Canada needs to take the profit motive out of the long-term care system
Carelessness has led Canada and the world down a dangerous path. Committing to a caring society, one that’s equitable, inclusive, and peaceful, must become our rallying cry
The province has a long way to go in improving its homecare infrastructure
As our population ages, let’s rely less on long-term care and more on supportive housing:a cost-effective way for semi-independent seniors to live with dignity and independence.
The big question now for Canada is whether, by design or default, we will revert to the “same old, same old” after the crisis.
We need to build a care economy that recognizes care as a fundamental component of our basic social infrastructure.
Health care is rightly taking center stage during this pandemic election and much is at stake.
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