ICYMI: August 27-September 2
What I produced and consumed this week.
In Jacobin, I wrote about how the encroachment of private interests on Canada’s public health-care system is a product of the system’s shortcomings. Advocates of Medicare for All in the U.S., I argue, ought to take note — Canada’s single-payer system, which increasingly consists of publicly funded, privately operated clinics, is not a model to be emulated.
For Alberta Native News, I provided an update on the First Nations evacuated due to wildfires in northern B.C. and the interior.
What I’ve been reading
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