Brian Day

The Supreme Court of Canada has given prisoners the “right” to vote. Is it not time that non-jailed citizens were given reciprocity with a “right” that prisoners have; namely the freedom to bypass the public system when it fails to provide reasonable access?

“The Supreme Court of Canada has given prisoners the “right” to vote. Is it not time that non-jailed citizens were given reciprocity with a “right” … Read More

When it comes to physicians there is a common thread that is a major barrier to solving our concerns. We are divided. The result is a divide and conquer scenario, in which we negotiate as adversaries, first with government and then with one another about our relative worth, while the “conqueror” observes and continues to rule.

“When it comes to physicians there is a common thread that is a major barrier to solving our concerns. We are divided. The result is … Read More

In the wake of the Supreme Court of Canada decision (Chaoulli-Zeliotis), the Canadian Medicare system is about to be redesigned. Physicians must not just sit at the table, but must position themselves at the head, where they can lead and direct the nature of that design.

“In the wake of the Supreme Court of Canada decision (Chaoulli-Zeliotis), the Canadian Medicare system is about to be redesigned. Physicians must not just sit … Read More