In November 2002 the most comprehensive review of health care ever produced in Canada was published. The Romanow report, “Building on Values: The Future of Health Care in Canada,” (1) took advice from Canadian and international experts while engaging in a conversation with citizens across the country. The report concluded that our medicare system is efficient, effective and accessible.
This paper is intended to serve as a background, a call to understanding and a call to action on an exciting new proposal to designate the Great Lakes and its tributary waters as a lived Commons, to be shared, protected, carefully managed and enjoyed by all who live around them.
There is a water crisis in Canada. First Nations communities across the country remain on permanent boil water advisories while Indigenous communities in Manitoba suffer Third World-like conditions.
Conservative MPs’ Record Book (November 2012)
CPC MPs – Expert Evidence
[a detailed discussion of the evidence of Ms. Corbin is set out in the Applicants’ memorandum of fact and law at paragraphs 93-142 and 206-242.]
Applicant Electors’ Evidence Supporting Materials (June 2012)
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