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Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame Profile: Dave Steen

August 20, 2015 10:04 am
Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame Profile: Dave Steen

2015 marks the Year of Sport and the 60th anniversary of Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame. In recognition of these important milestones, OLM will be featuring Honoured Members of Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame in a weekly Profile piece. Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame aims to share the stories and […]

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Many Shades of Dallas

August 19, 2015 2:00 pm
Many Shades of Dallas

Photo by Matt Pasant. There is an overwhelming feeling in Dallas,Texas that anything is possible. It is a city with guts and spirit, and while Dallas oozes wealth, it is also a city with a big heart, kind people and warm hospitality. It has a very eclectic personality with many […]

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What I Learned as a Medical Student Working with Low-Income Families in Toronto

10:01 am
What I Learned as a Medical Student Working with Low-Income Families in Toronto

Photo courtesy of Wikimedia Commons. As a medical student taking part in a Social Paediatrics course at The Hospital for Sick Children, I was recently immersed in the lives and healthcare needs of low-income families in Toronto. This experience reshaped the lens through which I now view healthcare and helped […]

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Canada’s Euthanasia Legislation: From the Perspective of Canadians with Disabilities

August 18, 2015 2:00 pm
Canada’s Euthanasia Legislation: From the Perspective of Canadians with Disabilities

By Peter McGrath. On Feb. 6, 2015, the Supreme Court of Canada struck down Canada’s assisted suicide law, opening the door to physician-assisted suicide. This is an incredibly complex topic, one fraught with moral and ethical issues. Peter McGrath, a Counsel in the Department of Justice, gives his opinion from […]

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