Health Care

Bill C-442, the National Lyme Disease Strategy Act, up for its Second Reading debate in the House of Commons

OTTAWA – Today, Elizabeth May's Private Members' Bill C-442, the National Lyme Disease Strategy Act, is up for its Second Reading debate in the House of Commons.

October 24th is World Polio Day

OTTAWA – The Green Party of Canada wishes to mark World Polio Day on October 24th 2013.   

Being fortunate comes from hard work

I am lucky. We all are.

Important information on Lyme Disease

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m08yIz-nKuM&feature=youtu.be

Being old is not what it used to be

The CPP is sustainable and reliable, but it is time to review whether RRSP is working as a vehicle.

Governments keep saying they're going to fix health-care system

Governments keep telling Canadians how they are going to "fix" the health-care system.

Chance to get life-saving drugs to Africa–but will it pass?

Last year many Canadians were saddened when Private Members Bill C-393, which had passed in the House, died in the Senate when the spring 2011 election was called.

Life sciences and the commodification of everything

It was once the case that the term “life sciences” meant the scientific study of living organisms. It meant biology, zoology, ecology, and even bio-ethics.

Round the Islands - SGI Constituency

Publication Source: 
Island Tides
Author: 
Staff

The summer newsletter from Saanich-Gulf Islands MPElizabeth May was recently mailed to constituents, and is also available online. The theme for this edition is health, in response to the 33% of survey respondents who selected this as their preferred topic for the next newsletter. There is also information about the riding redistribution, bills tabled in Parliament, and the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal Award Ceremony in September, as 30 SGI constituents are to receive the medal! A web-friendly version is at: www.elizabethmaymp.ca/health or follow the link from www.islandtides.com.

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