The UCP recently announced nearly $150 million for 5 capital projects related to health care over the next 3 years.
When Jason Kenney and Tyler Shandro announced a $200 million increase to continuing care funding last week, they left out a few details.
Last week, Jason Kenney announced what he referred to a “historic investment in health care”. Here’s why that’s misleading.
In February 2018, the NDP announced a new pharmacy funding framework, which was supposed to expire March 2020. Rather than renegotiate it, however, Tyler Shandro decided to simply extend the previous framework until March 2022.
I recently acquired several documents related to the Canadian Action Coalition. While reviewing the documents, I noticed that the annual returns for 2016, 2017, and 2018 were filed by Tyler Shandro.
According to the AMA, 400 clinics in Alberta are laying off support staff or considering closing. Here are some of them.
I recently encountered a thread on Twitter outlining several myths that the Alberta health minister keeps perpetuating as he continues fighting against doctors.
The Alberta Medical Association is suing Tyler Shandro, the Alberta Minister of Health, for over $255 million.
The health minister is trying to suggest that Alberta is maintaining spending, assuaging fears that they’re making spending cuts to healthcare.