Saturday Dec 14
The Globe and Mail
Exploring Haiti on my own. Was I crazy?
I was concerned about going to Haiti last March. Not about the danger: Poverty does a lot of bad things to people and places, but it does not make anyone attack tourists.
The Canadian Red Cross Lays the Cornerstone at the Saint-Michel Hospital in Jacmel
The hospital, heavily damaged in the 2010 earthquake, is part of the Integrated Health Program announced by the Canadian Red Cross in 2011.
Observer & Eccentric
Angela Hospice founder recognized as leader in field
In celebration of 25 years serving the profession, the American Academy of Hospice and Palliative Medicine asked its 5,000 members to nominate who they think are the leaders - or Visionaries - in the field.
What we owe our kids on climate
A farmer and his children plant a field with bean seeds and fertilizer in southern Ethiopia in 2008, a year after severe floods destroyed most of the food crop.
Watch out for climate 'surprises,' scientists warn
A farmer and his children plant a field with bean seeds and fertilizer in southern Ethiopia in 2008, a year after severe floods in the country destroyed most of the food crop.