Healthcare Costs for a Typical Canadian Family in a Year? $13,000

In another looming crisis that Conservatives had been warning about for years, the rising costs of insurance for Canada’s average family hit a record $13,000. In a report released by the prestigious... Read more »

Canada Considers Modifying Juror Selection Methods

In an effort to broaden juror selection methods, the Department of Justice in Canada has recently considered modification to the system of jury selection. Proposed changes to the Criminal Code would result... Read more »

Natives want cut of pot revenues

Well, you had to see it coming. The federal government laid out a plan to legalize marijuana and make some tax revenue out of the deal and right away, Canadian natives came... Read more »


Dr. David G. Mirich, Ph.D. is a licensed specialist and bilingual (speaks the English and Spanish languages fluently) psychologist who works at PATHS Center in Denver, Colorado. He assists in the determination... Read more »

It’s time for Ontario government to offer free PSA tests for men

It’s discrimination and it could be deadly. There have been renewed calls recently for the Ontario government to reconsider its discriminatory policy that offers free breast cancer screening for women, but forces... Read more »

Patients continue to suffer with health care in a crisis

It’s a familiar story in almost every corner of the country. Health care is in crisis. The latest cry came from a group of 11 rural communities in Nova Scotia. They have... Read more »

Federal government appears ready to deal with a serious opioid crisis

It’s no secret. There’s a serious opioid crisis in Canada. The real question is what to do about it. The federal government moved Monday to make prescription opioids easier for doctors to prescribe and... Read more »

Marijuana legislation raises more questions about the real role of the Canadian Senate

Although the Trudeau government’s marijuana legalization bill passed through second reading in the Senate Thursday, the process has once again opened up the debate on the costs and role of Canada’s chamber of sober... Read more »

Governments face tough choices to satisfy health-care demands

Sooner or later, somebody had to say it. Governments in Canada aren’t spending enough money on health care. The latest to hear the bad news is Ontario, where its Financial Accountability Officer... Read more »

Abortion Rule In Summer Jobs Program Debated in House of Commons

After months of upset about the abortion rule that the Trudeau Liberals added into the application requirements for the Canada Summer Jobs Program, the Conservatives proposed a motion: “That, in the opinion... Read more »