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by Madeleine Ritts

Valuing life the only guarantee of a just system

by Ngozi Iroanyah Madi Cyr

Navigating systemic racism in Canadian healthcare

Toronto Board of Health recently voted to recognize anti-Black racism as a public health crisis, calling for policy support of Toronto’s racialized communities. This piece explores how what needs to be addressed is the ongoing climate of prejudice in Canada.

by Neel Mistry Paul Rooprai Kim Rooprai Shubham Mistry

Ageism a barrier to healthcare for seniors

by Nabeela Nathoo

Addressing systemic racism in healthcare

by Stacey Gomez Marco Luciano

It’s time to make Canada’s healthcare truly universal

by Françoise Baylis Natalie Kofler

Immunity passports highlight inequities among races, classes

Immunity passports cannot serve as equalizers in a world deeply stratified by race, ethnicity and socio-economic status.

by Joshua Tepper

We Can’t Go Back

by Melissa Perri Naheed Dosani ...

COVID-19 highlights the plight of the homeless

by W.A. Bogart

We can’t police our way through this pandemic: compliance, sanctions and contagion.

From the archives, but could not be more relevant for today.

by Françoise Baylis Martha Paynter

COVID-19 reaffirms that abortion is an essential service

by Kara Grace Hounsell Marcella Jones Melanie Spence Nisha Kansal Thrmiga Sathiyamoorthy

Post-COVID-19, we must fight to keep healthcare for all

by Clara Pasieka Tebasum Durrani

Disconnected: Ontario prisoners lack basic phone access

by Amy Wah Sandra Ka Hon Chu Ryan Peck Cécile Kazatchkine

Why HIV testing needs informed consent

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