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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Conservative MPs and strategists agree that appointing former Harper cabinet minister John Baird to lead the election post-mortem is the right call. 'He does not hold any punches,' says Conservative MP Stephanie Kusie.