The Canadian Press

  title={The Canadian Press},
  author={Arthur R. Ford},
  journal={The Canadian Historical Review},
  pages={241 - 246}
  • A. R. Ford
  • Published 1 September 1942
  • Political Science
  • The Canadian Historical Review

The Canadian Primary Health Care Systems from a Brazilian perspective: discussing Starfield's Attributes.

The Starfield pillars and the Canadian health system are reviewed, highlighting the opportunity to establish a national free drug system, and the several challenges to advance the agenda of reforms.

They can't be believed: children, intersectionality, and epistemic injustice

ABSTRACT Children are often perceived to be less credible testifiers than adults. Their inexperience and affinity for play can provide reason to question their credibility and sincerity as truth

The Role of NewSpace in Furthering Canadian Astronomy

[Highly abridged, from executive summary] As much as NewSpace presents opportunities, there are significant challenges that must be overcome, requiring engagement with policy makers to influence

Canadian French and English newspapers’ portrayals of physicians’ role and medical assistance in dying (MAiD) from 1972 to 2016: a qualitative textual analysis

Canadian newspapers kept attention to MAiD over 44 years before it became legal and portrayals followed the issue-attention cycle through three of five stages: 1) preproblem, 2) alarmed discovery and euphoric enthusiasm and 3) realising the cost of significant progress.

‘More Hateful because of its Hypocrisy’: Indians, Britain and Canadian Law in the Komagata Maru Incident of 1914

ABSTRACT Recent remembrance and memorialisation of the Komagata Maru incident of 1914 has neglected the global and imperial implications of the incident, as well as the role that direct actions by

What does mainstream media say about enzyme replacement therapies?

Incomplete or inaccurate reporting about efficacy and safety may influence families that appear to be candidates for ERT, and poor reporting of medical information may influence the social pressures placed on the government and affect funding approval for these drugs.