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The Canadian government must match its public declarations with concrete action on issues such as disparities between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Peoples’ health, health system reform, and flagging levels of overseas aid, if it is to renew its legacy of leadership in health, according to a new issue of The Lancet examining Canada’s system of universal health coverage and role in global health.
Imagine using stem cells from a baby’s own umbilical cord to “patch” its damaged heart – one surgery that enables the implanted engineered tissue to grow with patients as they age.
When it comes to city building, change is good, says Jennifer Keesmaat, the former chief planner for the City of Toronto.
This semester Keesmaat is teaching a graduate planning course at the University of Toronto in the Faculty of Arts & Science on exactly that: how to transform cities to make them more livable and sustainable.
U of T is one of Canada’s top employers