Guardian focuses on health care debate

Latest issue of the Guardian takes aim at the government's Conversation on Health and looks for solutions that will make public health care stronger

With the government's so-called "conversation on health" set to go on the road starting February 3 in Kamloops, the award-winning Guardian takes on the debate in a special issue now arriving in members' mailboxes.

With a focus on the main topics in the health care debate -- and an emphasis on solutions -- this issue of the Guardian will be an invaluable resource for HEU members as the debate over this government's direction on public health care heats up.

With the government's so-called "conversation on health" set to go on the road starting February 3 in Kamloops, the award-winning Guardian takes on the debate in a special issue now arriving in members' mailboxes.

With a focus on the main topics in the health care debate -- and an emphasis on solutions -- this issue of the Guardian will be an invaluable resource for HEU members as the debate over this government's direction on public health care heats up.

In the Guardian, Volume 24 Number 4:

  • What's at stake: The case for public health care
  • Who says we can't afford our public health care system
  • Four steps to stronger public health care

Plus:

  • The facts behind Canada's biggest drug scandal
  • What are we waiting for? Focus on waiting lists
  • Medicare gives Canadian companies a competitive edge
  • Community clinics offer a kinder, more efficient model of care

News and culture:

  • PHSA Compass members awarded first contract
  • Co-Dev film festival preview

And our regular features:

  • COFFEE BREAK takes a look at corporate blunders
  • WHAT WE'RE UP TO -- Lab techs secure their safety on Island - Gitx'san members fights concessions - Clerical members respond big time to survey

...and more in this issue of the Guardian