This week’s Hub Dialogue Roundtable discusses Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland’s speech this week to the Empire Club in Toronto where she announced measures in response to growing inflation. Will it work?
Quebec’s outdated and inefficient systems make it needlessly difficult for researchers to access data. And more importantly, Quebeckers deserve easily accessible medical history for patients and clinicians, writes Maria Lily Shaw and Krystle Wittevrongel.
The Globe and Mail’s health care columnist André Picard drops by Hub DIalogues to discuss his important new book on the ways our health system is failing and the improvements we should make to elder care in Canada.
China points to how superior their harsh regional lockdowns have been in controlling the pandemic in their country. In their view, autocracy trumps democracy in the handling of the pandemic. Is there any validity to their claim?