OHIP dithers on helping girl with cerebral palsy
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More Evidence of @Kathleen_Wynne 's government waste and mismanagement. Ontario's patients deserve better. https://t.co/STlNIPvrPv #onpoli
It would be ironic indeed if Trudeau, the man who got his start by betting all his chips on a fistfight,
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Selective Dorsal Rhizotomy surgery, once offered in Toronto, can be covered by OHIP, but family says the funding is challenging to access.
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With life-changing surgery, Fiona Santos’s daughter could one day walk. But instead, she’s caught in bureaucratic red tape which has her bouncing back and forth between doctors and hospitals.
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Mr. Dithers got his day Wednesday on Parliament Hill.
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The B.C. government has clawed back almost $20,000 in death benefits coming to Neil Matheson from the Canada Pension Plan into which his late wife paid for 17 years, writes the single dad, who gets disability payments because he has cerebral palsy. The que
Canada’s largest malpractice insurer is warning babies continue to suffer catastrophic complications
Since Tim Rose was told by Air Canada that his motorized wheelchair was too big to fit on one of its aircraft, he says he has received an overwhelming amount of support online, stories that have even sparked a hashtag: #WheelchairsArentLuggage.