The story of Gilly, an 18-year girl with autism and developmental delay on the cusp of aging out of the system – and the parents who are expected to pick up the slack.
Thursday February 01, 2018
Data released this week confirmed that this year's flu shot is less than 20 per cent effective in fighting the most common strain of influenza. One of Canada's most prominent flu experts, Dr. Danuta Skowronski, says it's time to consider a "moon shot" to fight the flu.audio
Clifford Campbell's wife, Noreen, was among the first to be approved for and to receive medical assistance in dying (MAID). "I didn't want her to go, but I understood," he says of what it's like to be the witness to suffering, party to assisted death, and the spouse left behind.audioListen 26:29
The San'yas Indigenous Cultural Safety Training program uses blunt talk to confront racial bias in Canadian health care, with the goal of making care safer and more accessible for Indigenous patients. More video