Are Numerous Medical Tests and Treatments Necessary?
April 23, 2014
If you have any sort of medical condition, there is a high chance you will have numerous tests conducted and treatments prescribed before doctors consider you healthy and restored. Under the impression that your doctor is always right, you may … Continue reading
Ageism – A Rising Issue Plaguing Canada
April 22, 2014
Discrimination of people in old age is a problem that is continues to rise. In 1960s, Robert Butler created the term “Ageism,” which he defined as a process where people were systematically stereotyped and discriminated against because they were old. … Continue reading
Why is Electoral Voter Vouching Under the Government Axe?
April 21, 2014
Another barrier to your legal rights… Voting is the right of every Canadian of majority age, even if you don’t have any personal identification. If that happens, by accident or by design, Elections Canada will accept a piece of … Continue reading
Canada Ranks 7th in Social Progress Index
April 18, 2014
For the past 80 years, the standard measure of a country’s quality of life was the GDP – a strictly monetary measurement. There’s a new way to determine quality of life, however, known as the Social Progress Index (SPI). From … Continue reading