Confidence in medicare is severely eroding, according to a Maclean's/ Medical Post/Angus Reid survey. Doctors and patients are both very pessimistic about the future of health care, although the two groups show strikingly different attitudes on other controversial issues.By MICHAEL POSNER12 min
There is profound disagreement between doctors and the public on such life-and-death issues as assisted suicide and using medical techniques for artificial conception. In all cases, the public is more liberal than the doctors.By JOHN DeMONT6 min
In the final weeks of the Second World War, the Lincoln and Welland Regiment was still in the heat of battle—including two fierce struggles for which they are only now being recognized. In April, 1945, they were part of the 10th Infantry Brigade of the 4th Canadian Armored Division during the campaigns of Küsten Canal and Bad Zwischenahn in north-western Germany.By BARBARA WICKENS5 min
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