No-cost contraception is the leadership Canada needs to follow
Here's a reality check: we already pay for people’s sex lives. Unintended pregnancies and sexually transmitted infections cost health-care systems significant sums every year.
A universal no-cost system offers people full control over their own body, their choice of contraceptive method, and, ultimately, the decision of whether and when to have children, writes Kelly Bowden. Photograph courtesy of Unsplash