Dr. Annalee Coakley, who runs a refugee health clinic in Calgary, is among the physicians who are very concerned about the effects on the cuts on the country's most vulnerable. (CBC)
, the federal government changed health care benefits for some refugees and cancelled coverage altogether for others. Jian commented in the wake of the change and has continued to follow the story until now.
"A little more than a year later it appears these changes are having an effect and it would be hard to argue that it's a positive one," he said today's opening Q essay. You can hear the full essay by clicking the listen button above, or read the Wellesley Institute report Jian cited on air: The Real Cost Of Cutting
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