A former naturopath speaks out; why precarious work can be good; and will assisted death come to rural Canada

On this week's episode of The 180: Britt Marie Hermes used to be a naturopathic pediatrician. Now, she's calling on governments to regulate the profession. Plus, a precarious worker tells us why she likes her life that way, and a nurse worries that assisted death won't be available in rural communities.
Nosodes, a homeopathic product not approved by Health Canada as an alternative to immunization. (CBC)
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On this week's episode of The 180: Britt Marie Hermes used to be a naturopathic pediatrician. Now, she's calling on governments to ban the profession. Plus, a precarious worker tells us why she likes her life that way, and a nurse worries that assisted death won't be available in rural communities. 

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