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Monday, January 30th
Medical Assistance in Dying will soon heat up again as an issue on Parliament Hill. As that happens, Cardus Health is growing with the addition of Rebecca Vachon to lead our research and policy work on end-of-life care, aging and dying, and social isolation issues.
L’aide médicale à mourir va prendre de l’espace comme issu politique à la colline du parlement bientôt. Au même temps, le Programme Santé de Cardus s'agrandit avec l'ajout de Rebecca Vachon pour diriger nos travaux de recherche et d'élaboration de politiques sur les soins de fin de vie, le vieillissement, la mort et les problèmes d'isolement social.
Wednesday, January 25th
How can Christian schools thrive in a time when pandemic and polarization are causing school leaders and teachers to burn out? Jonathan Eckert, a Cardus Senior Fellow and education professor at Baylor University, suggests collective leadership offers a model that can sustainably bring out the best in any school's teaching team.
Tuesday, January 24th
Cardus is part of the conversation in this long read by The Philanthropist, a journal focused on the health of Canada's charitable sector. Andreae Sennyah, our director of policy, says boosted tax credits are one way to help all charities weather the economic storms of 2023.
Thursday, January 19th
What should Canada do about its "epidemic" of loneliness? While some call for government action, Cardus Executive Vice-President Ray Pennings suggests the solution starts much closer to home, with each of us considering our neighbours while family, faith, and even community groups play a role before governments get involved.
Wednesday, January 18th
Albertans have been invited to provide feedback to the government on setting priorities for Budget 2023.
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