COVID-19 is the defining challenge of our generation, and we’re only beginning to feel the effects. Here's my question: if it’s the right thing to do now, why not continue the collaboration after we get through this crisis?
Imagine a health system in which a national pharmacy program was built because the federal, provincial and territorial governments continued their collaboration and skills to work well together. Imagine a new Indigenous health system built across jurisdictions, even blatantly ignored jurisdictions because this is what is needed to address the health needs for the population, writes Rose LeMay. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
OTTAWA—Anybody else waking up each morning, and dreading picking up your phone? What else has changed while we tried to sleep?
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