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The Health Care Crisis IV: Dementia

The Health Care Crisis IV: Dementia

As stretched as our health-care system is right now, it may be nothing compared to what will test it in the years to come. Even if we've handled the worst of Covid, and no new disease emerges, Canada still has to reckon with an aging population.
The Health Care Crisis III: Emergency Rooms

The Health Care Crisis III: Emergency Rooms

When Canadians can't get family doctors, walk-in clinics are backlogged and there are no nurses available to provide long-term care in homes or facilities, it doesn't take much for a patient to arrive at an emergency room as a last resort.
The Health Care Crisis II: Family Doctors

The Health Care Crisis II: Family Doctors

If everyone in Canada had a family doctor, we could prevent hundreds of thousands of emergency room visits before they happen. But millions of Canadians don't have one, and can't find one.
The Health Care Crisis Part I: Nurses

The Health Care Crisis Part I: Nurses

(This is part one of a five-part series examining Canada's health care crisis. How we got here, what comes next, and what we can do about it.) Nurses are almost everyone's first point of contact with our health care system.
How much of the monarchy can Canada realistically get rid of?

How much of the monarchy can Canada realistically get rid of?

Polls show a lot of support among Canadians for reexamining, and perhaps even ending, our relationship with the monarchy. This is clearly an opportunity to do something.
Can Pierre Poilievre grab far-right votes without losing control of the CPC?

Can Pierre Poilievre grab far-right votes without losing control of the CPC?

In recent years many conservative politicians have catered to the more extreme parts of their base to get elected, only to find that once in power they are obliged to continue to serve them.
Alberta's leadership fight: Who took the 'United' out of the UCP?

Alberta's leadership fight: Who took the 'United' out of the UCP?

As they choose a new leader and prepare for a looming 2023 election, Alberta's United Conservative Party is looking ... anything but.
A search for answers after an Ontario shooting spree

A search for answers after an Ontario shooting spree

Three people, including a police officer, were killed. The gunman dies as well. The crimes stretched over three cities, five police agencies and hours of the middle of a day in Southern Ontario.
The final fight in the Return To Office war

The final fight in the Return To Office war

As September begins, many companies are making a big push to bring their employees back to the office. But new data shows that employees are getting even more comfortable working from home, and are reporting improved mental health as a result.
Lisa LaFlamme on the Queen's funeral and what comes next

Lisa LaFlamme on the Queen's funeral and what comes next

Queen Elizabeth II is at rest, but history is moving forward. This weekend, hundreds of thousands will say their final goodbyes to the monarch.
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