"Who Killed the Queen?" NOMINATED: 2009 Dafoe Book Prize; Grand Prix du livre de Montréal; 5th Annual British Columbia Award for Canadian non-fiction; Quebec Writers' Federation (Mavis Gallant non-fiction) Award; Governor General's Literary Award; and 2008 Nereus Writers' Trust Non-Fiction Prize.

The Death of a Community Hospital

And How to Save Public Health Care

Who Killed the Queen? The Death of a Community Hospital and How to Save Public Health Care

Who Killed the Queen? not only exposes the effect of internal bureaucratic and external economic pressures on public health care in Canada but also demonstrates the many ways in which this country's medical care is exceptional and worthy of emulation. This discussion is relevant for all countries whose medical systems are under attack. (Continue reading...)

"Anyone interested in our collective history, health care, economic intrigue, or how to create sustainable social systems needs to read Who Killed the Queen?. It's the first book to assess a subject dear to every Canadian's heart in a way that entertains, angers, and astonishes - that shows us what we should be proud of and sets real goals to shoot for."

- David Suzuki

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