Look at Leon Rooke’s “Sara Mago,” the story of a blind girl searching for her lost guide dog, inspired by José Saramago’s novel Blindness.
Then there’s Kathy Page, Elise Levine, Shaena Lambert and Alice Petersen, writers in full stride with a book or two already behind them.
8.5 by 5.5 by 136 pages, cover by Ethel Spowers$19.95 (paper) ISBN 978 0 7780 1439 3 $39.95 (paper) ISBN 978 0 7780 1440 9 ISSN 0703 9476 Contributors: Pauline Holdstock, Leon Rooke, Douglas Glover, Cynthia Flood, Kathy Page, Elise Levine, Megan Findlay, Paige Cooper, Alice Petersen, Shaena Lambert, Lisa Alward, Ben Stephenson “The arrival, late in the fall each year, of this Oberon collection is always cause for fanfare”—Quill & Quire.
“The legacy of this series is massive…a literary institution”—Ottawa Citizen.
In 1946, Tommy Douglas' Co-operative Commonwealth Federation government in Saskatchewan passed the Saskatchewan Hospitalization Act, which guaranteed The government assures the quality of care through federal standards.
In each province each doctor handles the insurance claim against the state insurer.
Nobody can buy his way into this guide and nobody can buy his way out.
We tell you when each is open and what credit cards it takes.
The Canadian system is for the most part publicly funded, yet most of the services are provided by private enterprises.
Health Care Without Hindrance The Canadian Health Act of 1984, which was drafted in response to these protests, denies federal support to provinces that allow extra-billing within their insurance schemes and effectively forbids private or opted-out practitioners from billing beyond provincially man-dated fee schedules.