The government thought that Canadian content was so important that they could impose their will and rules on anyone they wanted to.
Diplomacy works best when the hand that reaches out is an iron fist in a velvet glove. It shows our enemies and even the enemies of our enemies that while we favour peace, we are prepared to fight with all our resolve for what we believe in.
No more political games: Canadians deserve an uncompromising investigation into Chinese interference
The government would be well advised to have no restrictions on the scope of the investigation, whatever the political risk. It also has to guarantee that the full report from any rapporteur with all the recommendations is fully public, whatever the findings.
In general we have too much governmental regulation and red tape. So why is Big Pharma an exception that needs more, not less regulation? The answer is their history of frequently unchecked greed and dishonesty.
The hottest current treatment for obesity is the use of drugs such as semaglutide and tirzepatide which provide significant weight loss and appear to have very few serious side effects.
Two decades into the social media revolution, the idealized promises of the technology have been soured by the realities of addiction, misuse, and misinformation. Transparency controls and strict regulation of foreign actors will be key to mitigating the platforms’ worst effects.
The future of medicine will certainly include the rapidly innovating wearable devices industry. Expanding and encouraging development in this field could be key to solving our health-care crisis.
Dementia remains a highly challenging disorder that has tremendous societal and personal costs to patients, families, and caregivers. Understanding how to diagnose and live well with decline is crucial.
Analysis of the benefits of vaccination and the risk of infection has been plagued by junk science and political science both by proponents and opponents of vaccination.
As we move forward into a post-COVID world, how do we evaluate why people have died during the pandemic? And how do we determine and mitigate our ongoing risk?