Rona Ambrose says Canada needs better palliative care - CBC.ca The Pharma LetterRona Ambrose says Canada needs better palliative careCBC.caFederal Health Minister Rona Ambrose says Canada has to do better when caring for people who are dying — and she wants to make that a priority. Ambrose sat down with CBC News recently in an exclusive interview and spoke of her first-hand experience ...Fletcher to take suicide bill to SenateWinnipeg Free PressCanadian government commits funding to innovative brain research projectsThe Pharma Letterall 6 news articles »
No magic pill solutions in Rona Ambrose's crusade against opioids - The Globe and Mail No magic pill solutions in Rona Ambrose's crusade against opioidsThe Globe and MailCanada's Minister of Health, Rona Ambrose, is on a crusade to bring doctors to heel on the overprescription of opioid painkillers. She says doctors are too quick to treat patients' chronic pain with the powerful drugs, which are cousins to heroin and ...and more »
Make dementia a priority, ministers urged - Waterloo Record Make dementia a priority, ministers urgedWaterloo RecordBANFF, Alta. - Health Minister Rona Ambrose is in Banff for a meeting with her provincial and territorial counterparts amid a growing call for a national strategy on dementia. While the feds and the provinces will spend much of Wednesday discussing ...and more »
Penny Pinching: Saying goodbye to the last red cent Heavens, Canada – there will be no more pennies. Not from the mint. Not from the bank. Not even from heaven above.
Today, February 4th, is the day our humble copper coin goes out of circulation.
There will undoubtedly be …
Danielle Smith, Stephen Mandel, and the Reset Button Well, will wonders never cease.
Danielle Smith, Leader of of Alberta’s Loyal Opposition, is now ready to reach out to the mayor of Alberta’s capital city.
“I am open to pressing the restart button on the relationship with Mayor …
Rona Ambrose: Canadians In 3 West African Countries Should Try To Leave - Huffington Post Canada Toronto StarRona Ambrose: Canadians In 3 West African Countries Should Try To LeaveHuffington Post CanadaEDMONTON - The federal government wants Canadians who live in three countries in West Africa where the Ebola virus is raging to consider leaving now. Health Minister Rona Ambrose said Friday the updated travel advisory is aimed at 216 Canadians who ...Ebola outbreak: Canadians in 3 West African countries advised to leaveCBC.caEbola: Quarantine officers screening travellers at 6 Canadian airportsCTV NewsCanada to step up screening for EbolaGlobalnews.caall 177 news articles »