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Quebec’s Proposed Health Reform Ignores Best Evidence

January 28, 2015 11:30 am
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Mega-mergers in healthcare don’t save money or improve health outcomes Quebec’s Bill 10’s objectives are the improvement to the access and quality of health and social services in the province, while diminishing bureaucracy and increasing efficiency. To accomplish these objectives, the proposed law merges all public health and social service […]

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Canada on Canvas: The Art of Julia Veenstra

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Canada on Canvas: The Art of Julia Veenstra

Since childhood, Julia Veenstra has been an artist to watch. Her mother would often be told about her daughter’s artistic talent. Veenstra took her calling and attended Sheridan College in Oakville where she studied illustration. She found her niche as a painter through a journey of experimenting along with the […]

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Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame Profile: Geraldine Heaney

January 27, 2015 3:32 pm
Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame Profile: Geraldine Heaney

In honour of the Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame 2014 Induction Celebrations presented by Canadian Tire on October 22, OLM will be featuring inductees—recent and historic—in a weekly Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame Profile piece. Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame aims to share the stories and achievements of Honoured Members […]

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Take a Stroll in Moss Park

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Take a Stroll in Moss Park

Photo credit: Mark Halliday Any play by Canadian playwright George F. Walker is a satisfying theatre experience. Sometimes disturbing, funny, moving or sad—sometimes all at the same time. Walker’s work is always thought provoking and entertaining. Last year, the Great Canadian Theatre Company’s season included the hilariously brilliant moral-questioning Walker […]

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