Inoculation calculations Thank you for the timely article on vaccines (“The real vaccine scandal,” Society, Feb. 23). I wonder if there would be higher compliance with vaccination programs if the monetary costs to each person by way of taxes were added up and reported, assuming rates of preventable diseases rose to pre-vaccination levels.
SUDDENLY, LIBERAL LEADER Justin Trudeau is the underdog. My evidence for this is slim, but I figured we might as well try to beat the rush here. Soon, you’ll be reading no end of “Justin Trudeau: toast?” headlines. There’s a mood in the land. And it’s been a while since the press gallery exhausted its last mood, which was, “Stephen Harper: Snap election, or resignation in disgrace?”
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