SecondStreet.org spoke with Wendy Petersen from Manitoba about her long wait for knee replacement surgery in Canada.
We speak with Chris Vander Doelen from Harrow, Ontario about how his trip to Los Angeles saved his life from prostate cancer.
We sit down with Ken from Lillooet, British Columbia, to discuss how access to a private clinic saved his shoulder from irreparable damage.
We spoke with Max about his health experiences in Canada and why he chose to pay over $14,000 for hip surgery in Lithuania.
Regina resident Eden Janzen speaks with SecondStreet.org to describe how her delayed kidney transplant operation has affected her life.
SecondStreet.org contributor Heidi McKillop went up to Kitimat, B.C. in 2021 to learn more about natural resource development in the area and to speak with aboriginal people about the issue.
Shalini Sheth told us she’s worried about the carbon tax and how it will hurt her business’s ability to compete…
Judy Anderson, a retired nurse from Ontario, describes losing two daughters due to waiting lists in Canada’s health care system.
Health care worker faces over 5,635 in COVID fines after returning from U.S. for son’s health care trip.
Rotational workers are found all across our country. They are men and women who work in harsh and remote parts of Canada.
Second Street.org interviewed Tammy and Rob McCutcheon to get their take on the new COIVD restrictions happening in their province.
In this clip the Bridgeland Distillery describes how they benefited from some cuts to red tape.
Restaurant owner Tony Siwick explains how his restaurant benefited from governments cutting red tape and allowing alcohol sales with delivery and takeout orders: