November 2010
Alberta Views;Nov2010, Vol. 13 Issue 9, p19
The article focuses on the impact of the report "The New Alberta Health Act: Risks & Opportunities," by Diana Gibson and Colleen Fuller of the Parkland Insititute. The report questions the interpretation of the government of Tommy Douglas' words concerning public healthcare in planning the Part 2 of the Alberta Health Act. It outlines how positive change for more accessible, affordable healthcare can be created out of the debate on the report.


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