Archive: Show #22

Your Health

Your Health is hosted by Maureen Taylor. Episode twenty-two. It's more compassionate, not to mention cheaper, to let people die, recuperate or spend their last years living in their own home. At least that is the conventional wisdom. 3 million Canadians toil daily behind closed doors, caring for their loved ones in their homes. But the homecare system is a patchwork of programs that vary from province to province in quality, access and care. Over the past 6 years Rose Giglio has gradually given up her career, her personal life and her freedom to care for her frail and aged parents. And, Maureen interviews Dr. Donna Stewart, chair of Women's Health at the University Health Network and Dr. Paula Rochon, scientist with the Institute for Clinical Evaluative Sciences, about Gender Bias in Drug testing. Also this week, chemistry professor, Joe Schwarcz looks at Magnesium.
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Rod Phillips says goodbye, Ford vows no anti-vax tax, and the province goes back to court over testing teachers. 
Staff in the Township of Zorra now work longer workdays in exchange for a three-day weekend — and the idea could spread, depending on who comes out in top in the next election.
Derailments. Lawsuits. Delays. breaks down the dubious milestones in the capital’s years-long transit saga.

The latest coronavirus updates from across the province.

OPINON: COVID-19 has absolutely overwhelmed the system. But there were existing fault lines — and the hard work won’t be over when the immediate crisis has passed.

In the wake of an outbreak that infected close to half its members, the community has received some aid from the government — and from its neighbours.

The latest coronavirus updates from across the province.

The province has released information about testing, monitoring, and staffing in advance of the planned January 17 return to in-person learning. Read the full briefing. speaks with Mandom Hui about the unexpected twists and turns that took him from cooking pig brains to selling masks at cost.