4 crucial health-care lessons Canada needs to learn from COVID-19

This column is an opinion by Dr. Hance Clarke, the director of pain services at the Toronto General Hospital (TGH), and Imran Abdool, president of Blue Krystal Technologies and Business Insights. For more information about CBC’s... Read more »

Pressures of COVID-19 could be catastrophic for mental health system

This column is an opinion by Dr. Andrew L. Smith, a psychiatrist at The Ottawa Hospital, and Dr. Neil de Laplante, a final-year psychiatry resident at the University of Ottawa. For more information about CBC’s... Read more »

COVID-19 anxiety shows why Canada needs a 9-8-8 number for mental health emergencies

This column is an opinion by Kathleen Finlay, a mental health advocate, CEO of The Center for Patient Protection, and founder of The 988 Campaign for Canada. For more information about CBC’s Opinion section,... Read more »

Why medical assistance in dying must treat mental and physical illness equally

This column is an opinion by John Scully, a former CBC, CTV and BBC journalist. He suffers from depression, general anxiety disorder and PTSD (from covering 36 wars), and has attempted suicide twice. He wants... Read more »

Expanded rights to medical assistance in dying are pointless without better support for MAID providers

This column is an opinion by Dr. Andrea Frolic, Dr. William Harper and Dr. Marianne Dees. Dr. Frolic is director of the Office of Ethics and the Medical Assistance in Dying Program at Hamilton Health... Read more »