Ottawa’s health-care community prepares to welcome Syrian refugees
By Hayley Chazan | As Ottawa prepares to welcome Syrian refugees within the coming months, the city's six community health-care centres are ramping up their services.
Choosing home health care
By Erica Howes | For the first time in Canadian history, there are more seniors than kids. But what does this mean for the health care industry?
Veterans and mental health: Transition a key concern for the future
By Kate Tenenhouse | The newly-elected government promised to improve mental-health resources and services for Canadian veterans. Both advocates and officials say the transition between military and civilian life will be a key concern going forward.
Advocates, policy experts predict federal approval of supervised injection sites
By Rachel Collier | Supervised injection site advocates are hoping to open more facilities across Canada under the newly-elected Liberal government, despite existing policy.
Youth mental health, a test for the Trudeau government
By Eric Elliott | One in five Canadians will suffer with a mental health problem at some point in their lives. For youth, the problem is amplified with suicide representing the second leading cause of death. How can this change?