My given name is Michele Baptiste, while my traditional name is Red Sunset Woman. I am Bear Clan from the Algonquin First Nation of Pikwakanagan in Golden Lake, Ontario.
I’ve been asked to provide a blog to celebrate National Indigenous Peoples Day. It’s a day for all Canadians to learn about and celebrate the contributions Indigenous people have made to our country. It’s a good occasion for us to celebrate who we are as Indigenous people and to honour our ancestors.
Given that the cost of prescription drug coverage is currently a topic of national conversation, the yearly publication of Express Script Canada’s Drug Trend Report couldn’t have arrived at a better time.
If you’re looking for insights into the drivers of cost as well as solutions to help manage benefit plan affordability, the report contains a wealth of instructive data.
Although multiple sclerosis (MS) is generally a rare condition, Canada has one of the highest rates of MS in the world: an estimated one in 340 Canadians live with the disease.
The benefits of regular physical activity are well-known. An active lifestyle promotes a number of benefits and reduces the risk of developing health problems.
Each business quarter, we look at our most popular tweets over the time period. It’s a good opportunity to see what kind of content catches attention and to reflect on how we can best meet the needs of our followers and, of course, our customers and patients.
Please bear in mind these “top” tweets are based on engagement numbers, as opposed to a straight-up number of eyeballs on them. In essence, these are tweets people interacted with by liking, replying, or retweeting.