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Independent Senator Mary Jane McCallum

Mary Ellen Turpel-Lafond, pictured Jan. 7, 2008, receiving an honorary doctorate of laws from Vancouver Island University. I, like many, was shocked and disappointed following the news that Turpel-Lafond, previously a well-regarded activist, was not who she purported to be, writes Independent Senator Mary Jane McCallum. Photograph courtesy of Flickr
Mary Ellen Turpel-Lafond, pictured Jan. 7, 2008, receiving an honorary doctorate of laws from Vancouver Island University. I, like many, was shocked and disappointed following the news that Turpel-Lafond, previously a well-regarded activist, was not who she purported to be, writes Independent Senator Mary Jane McCallum. Photograph courtesy of Flickr
Only after society, at its various levels, has had this uncomfortable conversation will it start to find its way back to ensuring that our future generations will inherit clean land, air, and water, writes Sen. Mary Jane McCallum. Photograph courtesy of Unsplash
Only after society, at its various levels, has had this uncomfortable conversation will it start to find its way back to ensuring that our future generations will inherit clean land, air, and water, writes Sen. Mary Jane McCallum. Photograph courtesy of Unsplash
The current system, by and large, dictates that the health-care professional should simply treat the individual illness, or body part in question, and move on to the next patient, writes Sen. Mary Jane McCallum. Photograph courtesy of Conor Lawless
The current system, by and large, dictates that the health-care professional should simply treat the individual illness, or body part in question, and move on to the next patient, writes Sen. Mary Jane McCallum. Photograph courtesy of Conor Lawless
The Supreme Court of Canada ruled Oct. 11 that no binding constitutional duty exists for Indigenous consultation to occur before a law is passed. The Hill Times file photograph
The Supreme Court of Canada ruled Oct. 11 that no binding constitutional duty exists for Indigenous consultation to occur before a law is passed. The Hill Times file photograph
Delivery of care is structured for a health-care professional to see as many patients as possible, in which the 'symptom' becomes the priority, not the patient, writes Dr. Mary Jane McCallum. Photograph courtesy of Conor Lawless
Delivery of care is structured for a health-care professional to see as many patients as possible, in which the 'symptom' becomes the priority, not the patient, writes Dr. Mary Jane McCallum. Photograph courtesy of Conor Lawless