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Ian Stedman

Opinion | BY IAN STEDMAN | January 19, 2022
Some of us contrast Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s transgressions with former president Trump’s activities and to the gravity and challenge of governing during a global pandemic and are compelled to dismiss our made-in-Canada ethics ‘scandals’ as being comparatively inconsequential, writes Ian Stedman. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY IAN STEDMAN | January 19, 2022
Opinion | BY IAN STEDMAN | January 19, 2022
Some of us contrast Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s transgressions with former president Trump’s activities and to the gravity and challenge of governing during a global pandemic and are compelled to dismiss our made-in-Canada ethics ‘scandals’ as being comparatively inconsequential, writes Ian Stedman. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY IAN STEDMAN | February 8, 2021
If the disaster that has befallen long-term care in Canada during the COVID-19 pandemic has taught us anything, it is that we must demand greater oversight and accountability in health care, particularly when already disadvantaged communities might be impacted by our decisions, writes Ian Stedman. Image courtesy of Pexels.com
Opinion | BY IAN STEDMAN | February 8, 2021
Opinion | BY IAN STEDMAN | February 8, 2021
If the disaster that has befallen long-term care in Canada during the COVID-19 pandemic has taught us anything, it is that we must demand greater oversight and accountability in health care, particularly when already disadvantaged communities might be impacted by our decisions, writes Ian Stedman. Image courtesy of Pexels.com