Canadian doctors say birth tourism is on the rise. It could hurt the health care system.

Physicians in Alberta say more people are landing, giving birth and leaving with Canadian citizenship for their kids. It’s straining the health care system in more ways than one.

Hopital Glengarry Memorial Hospital in Alexandria, Ont., on Friday, Sept. 25, 2020. (Photograph by Justin Tang)

The gruesome killing of an Alberta GP puts a spotlight on physician abuse

Walter Reynolds was bludgeoned to death by a patient, shocking Canada’s medical community and prompting physicians to share their own dangerous brushes with abuse

Top court allows ‘physician-assisted death’

John Geddes on the legal and ethical conundrum handed to the federal government by the Supreme Court’s historic decision

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Wanted: well-rounded medical students

Good news for arts majors interested in medicine


Do you trust your doctor?

An exclusive Maclean’s poll shows that an increasing number of Canadians don’t


Alberta needs more family doctors

U of C might have the solution


Killer Apps that save lives

The new must-have device for today’s doctors: the iPhone


Canada increasingly training its own doctors, finds report

When trained domestically, graduates are more likely to stay in the country


Doctor shortage? Fence them in

The tricks provinces play to keep medical school graduates from moving