Saskatoon Tribal Council Chief Mark Arcand says he wants his term in office to be about building relationships and developing programs to improve quality of life for First Nations people.
In the 15 months since Saskatchewan nurse Carolyn Strom was found guilty of professional misconduct for writing on Facebook about her grandfather’s “subpar” health care experience, there has been “a weight” on all health professionals in the province, says Strom’s lawyer.“There’s a bit of fear that, ‘Maybe I shouldn’t say that; maybe I can’t say that,’ ” Marcus Davies said Thursday outside Saskatoon Court of Queen’s Bench, where an appeal was underway against the decision by the Saskatchewan...
The court appeal by Saskatchewan nurse Carolyn Strom of a $26,000 fine for writing on Facebook about her grandfather’s health-care experience is about more than just nurses in the province, says Strom’s lawyer.Marcus Davies told a judge Thursday in Saskatoon Court of Queen’s Bench that his decision in Strom’s appeal will have repercussions for self-regulating professions across Canada, and not just by Saskatchewan nurses.Strom, who works as a nurse in Prince Albert, was on maternity leave in...
We're now hearing from Jonathan Martin, representing the SRNA. He argues there's a line between constructive criticism and unprofessional conduct and Strom crossed that. SRNA is a body of Strom's peers and its decision should not be overturned lightly.
Kara Moen, a lawyer representing the British Columbia Civil Liberties Association, argued that the SRNA should not be trying to restrict the ability of its members to take part in important political conversations on social media.
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