Monthly Archives: April 2015

Pathways to a National Framework for the Regulation of Physician-assisted Dying

Jocelyn Downie suggests ways of creating a national framework for the regulation of physician assisted dying in Canada.

For Love or Money: The “Shortage” of Canadian Sperm Donors

Alana Cattapan challenges the language of “shortage” used to describe the state of sperm donation in Canada.

LGBT People and Federal Health Policy: An Invisible Population?

Nick J. Mulé and Miriam Smith argue that the Canadian Federal government must recognize the distinct and diverse healthcare needs of LGBT populations.

Skinny Pill? I’m Not Buying It

Tracy Isaacs expresses scepticism about the “skinny pill” online craze.