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Canada has too few doctors

When stacked up against countries with similar health care goals, namely universal coverage, it quickly becomes apparent that Canada’s health care system is not worth emulating.

Faith Matters: God can help you when trying to make sense of disaster

If you are like me, you are still trying to come to terms with the disaster that took place in Japan a few weeks ago. I remember the first scenes of the disaster I saw, buildings swaying and people running to safety.

Mommas, don't let your babies grow up to be politicians

“Mommy, guess what I learned at school today?” “What’s that?” “I learned that we live in a democracy.” “Oh boy.

Mommas, don't let your babies grow up to be politicians

“Mommy, guess what I learned at school today?” “What’s that?” “I learned that we live in a democracy.” “Oh boy.

Federal government taking action against childhood obesity

Cutting down on soda pop and video games can be a good first start, but there are a variety of reasons – from diet, to lack of exercise, to genetic factors – why childhood obesity is on the rise in Canada, and our government is determined to address

Budget 2011 is the next phase of Canada's Economic Action Plan

March 22 is the day our government will unveil Budget 2011, the next phase of Canada’s Economic Action Plan. We know that Prime Minister Harper is focused on keeping Canada’s economy growing and creating jobs for hard-working Canadians.

There is no room for questions in a Progressive Conservative democracy

Memo from the P.C. Government of Alberta: For the past few weeks, Opposition parties have been attacking your government on a variety of issues. This has to stop.
Bullying: You can do something about it

Bullying: You can do something about it

Bullying is defined in many different ways, and most definitions highlight the fact that bullying behaviours are conscious, willful, deliberate, hostile, aggressive and repeated.

Faith Matters: What to do when you get punted?

Have you ever been kicked out of something? A club? A friendship? A home? One of the greatest struggles we can experience is when we suddenly find ourselves removed from a place where we felt secure.

Conservative attack ads: What do you really know about Michael Ignatieff?

Did you hear? An election is right around the corner! Yet another chance for 40-45 per cent of us to shrug our shoulders, mutter “meh,” and go on with our day. But this election is important. Stephen Harper told me so.