Category Canada

Yes, Vaccinate Prisoners. But Decarceration is Better

Martha Paynter reveals the COVID-19 crisis in Canadian prisons, and argues that though priority vaccination of prison populations is needed, decarceration would be an even more humane and effective way to prevent transmission.

COVID-19 Vaccine Certification: A Contentious Proposal

Françoise Baylis highlights some of the limitations of COVID-19 vaccine certificates.

It Is Extremely Unlikely that You Will Not Have a Recurrence

Adam Hayden, a philosopher, writer, speaker, and patient advocate, recalls the day that he and his wife received his diagnosis with a terminal brain cancer.

The coronavirus vaccines are here. Now what?

Maya J. Goldenberg prepares us for the reality that an effective vaccine may stop the pathogen, but it will not establish health.

Genetic Discrimination: Provincial & Territorial Laws Needed

Leah Hutt and Elaine Gibson propose that Federal legislation is insufficient to fully protect the genetic information of Canadians, so provinces and territories must enact laws and regulations within their jurisdictions that can help to ensure further protection for all Canadians from genetic discrimination.