Meritocracy, Social Accountability and How to Select Canada’s Physicians

In Canada, where much of the population continues to be underserved by the medical profession, looking to characteristics of students admitted to medical school has been increasingly seen as part of the solution by some. In this post, Bolu Ogunyemi and Fola Oguynemi discuss divergent points of views on philosophy underpinning the criteria for medical Read the full article…

Cold hands, warm hearts in Canada

Mike White writes: Edmonton is a blue-collar prairie city.  Its suburbs are strewn with oilrigs and its CBD is mostly composed of underground shopping malls and corporate buildings whose smoked-glass facades reflect an immense sky.  At this time of year there are ice-bound ships in the frozen river, and the locals talk cheerily of a Read the full article…