The American, Australian, British, French and German militaries moved off mefloquine, but stubbornly the Canadian Armed Forces are not doing so.
Members of the Canadian military deserve better than to be give an anti-malaria drug with dangerous side-effects when alternatives are available, write Amir Attaran, Michel Drapeau, and Pat Stogran. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright
OTTAWA—The Canadian Armed Forces are excellent at many things, but tropical medicine is definitely not one of them.
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Even as the commission said the regulator should have the power to impose fines or administrative penalties as a deterrent against a pattern of non-compliance, it warned against Germany’s 'reactive' approach.
NDP MP Richard Cannings says with global demand for oil trending down—a trend set to accelerate if needed climate policies are pursued—it ‘calls into question the whole viability’ of the multibillion-dollar project.
The Jan. 18 online meeting was a regular monthly meeting aimed to update MPs and riding volunteers about 'party’s tools and resources to stay connected with Canadians in virtual ways that respect public health guidelines,' says Braeden Caley, senior director, communication with the Liberal Party