Canada Health Alliance Library

Canada Health Alliance is a not-for-profit collaboration of healthcare professionals from across Canada who envision a world inspired by healthy, informed, strong, and free Canadians. 

Visit the Canada Health Alliance Library for hundreds of well written and researched articles, white papers and opinion pieces, covering every aspect of health and healthcare.

Position Paper by David Redman

July 1, 2021

Canada’s Deadly Response to Covid 19

This position paper describes the EM process that should have been followed, while contrasting it with what took place in actuality. Each step is shown in order; some steps may occur simultaneously. By the end of this position paper, the breadth and depth of what has been overlooked in Canadian response to COVID-19 becomes enormously evident.

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The Honorable A. Brian Peckford P.C.

A Personal Declaration of Opposition to the Abuse of our Charter of Rights and Freedoms by the State

I am writing this because I feel an obligation given that I am the last living First Minister who help craft the Constitution Act 1982 and The Charter of Rights and Freedoms that forms part of it.  Read more

February 17, 2022

Canada Has Been Destroying Itself Since the Constitution Act of 1982 – Is This the Last Chapter?

The ink was hardly dry on the Patriation Agreement of 1981, which became the Constitution Act of 1982, and the destruction began.  Read more

January 12, 2021

Letter to the Minister of Justice and Attorney General

You give no reason to justify your Government’s violating the Charter of Rights and Freedoms. You go so far as to just say that you are not breaking the provisions of the Charter as if by so stating that makes it a fact. People deserve to be provided reasons. After all this is representative and responsible Government.  Read more

Dr. Chris Shaw

The Ethics of  Revolution

In the first essay, I asked people to define what they wanted as a political/social structure of governance.  Later, talking to friends, I realized just how hard it is for many raised in any society to imagine anything else but what that society already is.  Read more

The Ethics of Revolution – Part 2

When do people rebel and begin employing force as part of their resistance?  Read more

We, the Resistance

After nearly two years of relative complacency to the Covid-19 mandates and restrictions, a number of Canadians are finally awake to the harsh realities of governmental pandemic regulations.  Read more

Historical Amnesia: State Repression and Crickets from the Left

It is becoming crystal clear that the terms “left” and “right” really mean nothing at present. How else should we interpret the spectacle of an alleged pro-worker party, once officially socialist in orientation, the New Democratic Party (NDP), joining in the vilification of the blue collar workers in the truck convoy?  Read more

What do you want?

The first step in finding a solution to any issue is to define the problem. Until one does that, it is not possible to frame the nature of the desired solution, that is, what you want the solution to look like.  Read more

“Few men are willing to brave the disapproval of their fellows, the censure of their colleagues, the wrath of their society.  Moral courage is a rare commodity than bravery in battle or great intelligence. Yet it is the one essential, vital quality for those who seek to change a world which yields most painfully to change.”

RFK – 1966