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Toronto has long been a nucleus of women's rights activism.
Now and Then explores the stories behind Toronto’s historical plaques and monuments.
This free program offers job assistance, workshops, and interpretation referrals.
The decision comes at a critical time in the national opioid overdose crisis.
For many, barrier-free clinics are their best bet.
Why his position matters so much to the city—and how McKeown lived up to the hype.
They're among the most vulnerable—but they're not receiving the adequate care they need.
Protestors marked the one year anniversary of cuts to the Interim Federal Health program for refugees.
Outside Henry Morgentaler's clinic and across the country, first reactions to the Supreme Court of Canada's 1988 ruling on abortion.
Those who are ineligible for OHIP often avoid seeking treatment, even for serious illnesses and injuries.
"The government’s decision to proceed unilaterally and cut programs and fees, and continued resistance to negotiate fairly and bring a conciliator left the OMA with no choice but to ask the court to step in and proceed with a Charter challenge."
Four years of research lead authors to conclude that we'd benefit from a comprehensive drug strategy that includes community-based safe injection sites.
At IMAGINE, a clinic organized and run by U of T students, multidisciplinary teams provide medical care to patients who would otherwise go without.
With the federal contribution to Ontario's health care funding set to slow down in five years, it's time to look for better ways of keeping us well.
Health care accounts for almost half of the provincial budget, and that number is only going to rise. Here's what the parties are proposing to do with all that money.