GAGNON: Universality is no free ride for the rich. If everyone pays, say, a one per cent income tax for universal drug coverage, the millionaire will pay much more
CHIDIAC: Society must invest its time, energy and resources in children so they can lead us into a bright and exciting future
DI MUCCIO: Activist “teachers” are no longer teaching children how to think, but what to think. Is that what we want for our children?
DENBURG, UNGAR: But Ontario budget commitment won’t solve all the problems of drug access in Canada, not even in Ontario
SHAPIRO, GUICHON, ROSBERGER: The disparity in HPV cancer prevention and care is unacceptable. A huge gap in vaccinations exists in Canada’s North
MROZEK: Offer money – not centres or spaces – to families and allow parents to make choices without being told the kind of care they’ll use
CHIDIAC: If we want to have young people who aren’t stifled by fear of the judgments of others, we need to help to develop their character
MROZEK: The plight of the North American woman is that she can be all she wants to be, just don’t bring motherhood into the picture