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The Chronic Condition of Canada's Health Care

Those in power are implored to be candid with the Canadian public, to express the unpalatable truths that will hasten reform. There remains a disconnect between Canadians' understanding of the situation and the realities that health policy leaders have long faced.

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Cardus is launching a new project dubbed Cardus Health. With this project we hope to reframe these good conversations around end-of-life care by situating them in the context of natural death, social architecture, and the continuum of care. We want to highlight and enhance the non-government institutions at the forefront of care for our families. We...

Death is Natural: Reframing the End-of-Life Conversation in Canada

This inaugural Cardus Health report builds on the 2011 parliamentary report "Not to be Forgotten: Care of Vulnerable Canadians." Many recommendations have been published by many organizations since 2011, and this report evaluates these proposals while looking through three lenses: 1. Natural Death: We need to build a social system that supports the...