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Shell Game

Alberta has a huge problem with drill site clean up and dicey deals shifting who pays. Mike Judd had enough, so the cowboy fought and won.

Andrew Nikiforuk
20 May 2020

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Fixing Long-Term Care

Just one per cent of Canadians live in long term care residences, yet such places are linked to 80 per cent of COVID-19-related deaths. If there are positive outcomes of the pandemic, one must be major reforms in long-term care. There are calls for government inquiries, for bringing all nursing homes under the Canadian Health Care Act, for improving pay and working conditions for care workers, for abolishing for-profit nursing homes, and for implementing national, universal long-term care. The Tyee has published investigations of this tragic scandal and, collected here, ideas for solutions.

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My Mom and Dad have re-started their Memory Cafe on the Sunshine Coast online and it is really helping to keep every connected and feeling cared for. I personally really miss volunteering in person with them but they are doing just fine.




John-Paul Richmond, in response to The Tyee article “In Our Choir, People with Dementia Sing with Others. Now It’s Zooming”

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How’re You Holding Up?

Locked-down lifestyles are proving a “boot camp” for testing relationships and personal resilience, observes SFU psychologist Yuthika Girme. The pressures exert themselves on parents balancing work and childcare and homeschooling all under one roof. They can exacerbate anxiety and depression. And they put a major crimp in romance. After all, there are limits to what Zoom can do for the human heart and soul. The Tyee has sought out expert advice and first-person accounts to help everyone hang in there. Dive deep, and don’t forget to come up for air.

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