The Alberta Electoral Boundaries Commission rebalances citizens’ uneven votes.
Medically assisted dying is now legal in Alberta but remains fraught with emotion and complexity.
A national pharmacare program isn’t the only solution to high drug costs.
A new theatre company launched in Canmore this September with a lineup of shows created and performed by local artists.
If the argument against hunting is an argument against death, then it is an argument against life. Things die so that other things might live.
The brightest lights, the real magnesium flashes, simply must cheat on their expenses or have sexual fiestas in Moscow hotels.
BY WARREN MILTON, 2015
Dr. Fiona Clement
Dr. Fiona Clement is an associate professor and the director of the Health Technology Assessment Unit within Community Health Sciences at the University of Calgary. In 2015 she was named one of Calgary’s Top 40 under 40 for her work in health policy.
Dr. Braden Manns
Dr. Braden Manns is a professor in health economics and a kidney specialist at the University of Calgary. He has served on provincial and national committees for drug evaluation, including a term as chair of the Canadian Expert Drug Advisory Committee.
Christina Frangou is a health, medicine and fitness journalist. Her work has featured in The Globe and Mail and FASHION; her essay “How to Talk About Death and Dying” won a 2017 AMPA Gold. She is a graduate of Carleton University and London School of Economics.
Colleen Fuller is a health policy researcher and co-founder of PharmaWatch, a direct-from-consumer adverse drug reaction reporting program. She’s also the author of Caring for Profit: How Corporations Are Taking Over Canada’s Health Care System.
CHRIS CRAN by Joseph Hartman,
2016. Digital chromogenic print. 27″ x 34″. Peter Robertson Gallery, Edmonton.