On the south end, you’ll see teenagers setting up beach volleyball nets and kids running around the adjoining big grassy park, which has picnic tables, tennis and basketball courts, a watersplash park, and a playground marina.
This is a guide to Canadian restaurants from coast to coast, the ﬁrst ever published and the only one of its kind on the market today. It’s lasted all that time because everyone knows that we have no reason to tell lies. We tell you what each restaurant does well and what it does badly.
Coming Attractions 16 features once again, as always, three new writers: Charlie Fiset, Susan Sanford Blades and Rod Moody-Corbett.
Time will tell what the future holds for each of them, but for now they are in ﬁne company.
7.5 by 4.5 by 352 pages, ten maps, cover art by Paul Cézanne$27.50 (paper) ISBN 978 0 7780 1446 1 ISSN 0315 3088 In this forty-sixth and ﬁnal edition of Oberon’s Best Canadian Stories, John Metcalf has brought together once again the anthology’s trademark blend of new voices and old hands.
But it is the old hands—Pauline Holdstock, Leon Rooke, Cynthia Flood and Douglas Glover—whose work feels the most urgent.
Private insurance is only a minimal part of the overall health care system In general, costs are paid through funding from income taxes though three provinces also impose a fixed monthly premium (e.g.,/month in British Columbia) which may be waived or reduced for those on low incomes.
There are no deductibles on basic health care and co-pays are extremely low or non-existent .
History : The beginning of coverage It was not until 1946 that the first Canadian province introduced near universal health coverage.
Saskatchewan had long suffered a shortage of doctors, leading to the creation of municipal doctor programs in the early twentieth century in which a town would subsidize a doctor to practice there.