B.C.’s Mental Health Act fails human rights test

The treatment of mentally-ill inmates in B.C. is the most regressive in the country, according to a Community Legal Assistance Society report

B.C.’s Mental Health Act fails human rights test
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The treatment of mentally-ill inmates in B.C. is the most regressive in the country, according to a Community Legal Assistance Society report

Seniors migration costs B.C. $7.2 billion in health-care expenses

Migrating seniors are likely to have paid most of their lifetime taxes in one province while consuming most of their health care in another

Seniors migration costs B.C. $7.2 billion in health-care expenses
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Migrating seniors are likely to have paid most of their lifetime taxes in one province while consuming most of their health care in another

In defence of a health system that offers timely care

A trial now underway in B.C. exposes a system that puts principle ahead of care, leaving far too many on dangerously-long waiting lists

In defence of a health system that offers timely care
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FROM: A trial now underway in B.C. exposes a system that puts principle ahead of care, leaving far too many on dangerously-long waiting lists

British Columbia’s failed primary care experiment

Paying doctors more did not improve primary care – and cost the province hundreds of millions of dollars

British Columbia’s failed primary care experiment
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MCGRAIL, LAVERGNE: Paying doctors more did not improve primary care – and cost the province hundreds of millions of dollars

Future of Canadian healthcare system at a crossroads

Doctors of BC election for president a battle between which values – profit or public good – will guide the profession

Future of Canadian healthcare system at a crossroads
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MEILI, BRCIC: Doctors of BC election for president a battle between which values – profit or public good – will guide the profession

BC needs to fully embrace private sector healthcare delivery

The government monopoly is clearly failing British Columbians

BC needs to fully embrace private sector healthcare delivery
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BARUA: The government monopoly is clearly failing British Columbians