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Why Paul Martin Spending $41 Billion of Your Money didn’t Fix Health Care For a Generation
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When Paul martin was Prime Minister, which wasn’t for very long, he spent $41 billion on health care, claiming it would fix healthcare for a generation. He was as wrong about that as he was about many other things and you can hear why in this conversation with Dr. Ryan Meili. Meili is a family […]

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70 health violations found at 11 Manitoba chain restaurants
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Health violations at chain restaurants have gone up in the last few years, according to the province’s chief health inspector.

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Attitudes towards mental health services erode, study suggests
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WINNIPEG – Attitudes towards mental health care haven't improved since the 1970s – they've become less positive, a study led by a Winnipeg researcher suggests. The research, an analysis of 22 studies of 6,800 U.S. college and university students since …

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70 health violations found at 11 Winnipeg chain restaurants
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Health violations at chain restaurants have gone up in the last few years, according to the province’s chief health inspector.

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Manitoba health minister apologizes for baby-deaths remark
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Manitoba Health Minister Erin Selby has apologized for recent remarks she made that referred to the deaths of a dozen infants in the 1990s — remarks that have some, including the grandmother of one of the babies, demanding her resignation.

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Health minister Selby apologizes for comments about dead babies
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Health Minister Erin Selby apologized in the provincial legislature today for comments she made two weeks ago about the deaths of 12 infants during heart surgery in 1994. “I felt the pain that my words caused,” Selby told MLAs. “Things get passionate in here. We debate and

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Manitoba health minister under fire for baby-deaths remark
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A Manitoba grandmother is demanding the resignation of the province’s health minister, accusing Erin Selby of playing politics with the deaths of her grandson and other infants in the 1990s.

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Wireless radiation health studies needed, scientists say
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Health Canada should “aggressively” research the possible link between wireless airwaves and cancer and should tell Canadians how they can limit their exposure to such electromagnetic fields while using cellphones, a new report recommends.

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Winnipeg's Health Sciences Centre back to normal after spill
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WINNIPEG – Some 500 staff and patients have returned to Health Sciences Centre following a chemical spill. Officials at the Health Sciences Centre say 50 gallons of formalin, a liquid similar to formaldehyde, spilled on the fourth floor of the …

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Health Minister Erin Selby sinks to new low
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I’ve covered a lot of legislative committee meetings in Manitoba over the past 17 years. But I’ve never witnessed one where a minister stooped as low as Health Minister Erin Selby did this week when she played gutter politics with the tragic deaths of 12 babies at Health Sciences Centre in 1994.

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Health Sciences Centre evacuated after chemical spill
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The Thorlakson Building at the Health Sciences Centre complex has been evacuated because of a chemical spill. Emergency crews, including the Winnipeg Fire Paramedic Service’s hazardous materials unit, were called to the building at 820 Sherbrook St. around 2 p.m. The Winnipeg Regional…

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what is the best place to volunteer with, if I am interested in health and wellness? So far…..the WRHA? Also, are there any good sports rec leagues in the city? I did some googeling and it seems like there's only one
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I'm trying to get involved in my community but it's hard to know where to begin. I am also interested in the arts, and also anything involved with helping others. submitted by dragonscampfire [link] [8 comments]

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Health premiums for retired civil servants to double under new agreement
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OTTAWA – Retired federal public servants will be required to pay more toward their health benefits under a deal announced today in Ottawa. Under an agreement with public sector unions, premiums paid by retirees for those benefits will double for all but those with the lowest incomes. Treasurey

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Health officials warn of measles case in Manitoba
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WINNIPEG – The province is warning that a case of measles has been detected in Manitoba, and that the man with the highly contagious disease attended several public places. The patient, a man in his 40s, lives in the Interlake area and is currently in …

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Spending caps coming for Manitoba rural health authorities
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Senior health officials across Manitoba will have their spending restricted starting April 1, thanks to corporate spending caps that are being introduced.

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Measles cases up to 228, but outbreak is contained: B.C. health …
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SURREY, B.C. – The Fraser Health Authority's top doctor is continuing to urge vaccination after 228 … – Your Health – Winnipeg Free Press.

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New permanent exhibit on health of Lake Winnipeg opens Saturday
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Lake Winnipeg: Shared Solutions, a new permanent exhibit in the museum's subterranean Science Centre, opens Saturday with the aim of explaining the eutrophication of the world's 10th-largest lake – and ideally motivate ordinary Manitobans to take small …

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Manitoba Museum exhibit on health of Lake Winnipeg opens Saturday
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Mental health a laughing matter
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It has the makings of a really big shew.

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This is what happens when politicians run health care
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If you’re looking for another example of why politicians shouldn’t run health care, look no further than the Selinger government’s helicopter ambulance scandal.

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