Op-eds

  • Gagnon, M. (May, 2020). Mobile safe-use site needed now to lower OD risk. Calgary Herald. Published in print form only, link not available
  • Mollison, A., Gagnon, M., & Mannoe, M. (May, 2020). COVID-19: How Mainstream-Media Coverage of Pandemic Crime Rates is Getting it Wrong. The Georgia Straight. Access here
  • Perron, A., & Gagnon, M. (May, 2020). 10 questions sur l’outil de signalement « On vous écoute ». Huffington Post. Access here
  • Gagnon, M. (April, 2020). Without Safe Supply, Moving Homeless People into Hotels Could Kill. The Tyee. Access here
  • Perron, A., & Gagnon, M. (April, 2020). Ce système qui pense avant tout à museler le personnel infirmier. Huffington Post. Access here
  • Pauly, B., & Gagnon, M. (April, 2020). Homelessness and COVID-19: Governments Failing to Embrace Prevention Measures. Times Colonist. Access here
  • Gagnon, M. (March, 2020). Don’t Allow a Fear Epidemic to Undermine Public Education and Support. The Georgia Straight. Access here
  • Urbanoski, K., Fraser, J., Arlt, S., & Gagnon, M. (October, 2019). It’s Time to End Canada’s Simplistic Approach to Drug Policy. The Tyee. Access here
  • Gagnon, M. (July 2019). Safe Consumption Sites Are Key Part of Our Health-Care System. Calgary Herald. Access here
  • Gagnon, M., Gauthier, T., Chapman, L., Harrison, S., Dribnenki-Pennock, T., Koch, B., Wilbur, K., & ANCHR. (June, 2019). Now is Not the Time to Halt Funding of Supervised Consumption Sites. Edmonton Journal. Access here
  • Gagnon, M., Gauthier, T., Chapman, L., Harrison, S., Dribnenki-Pennock, T., Koch, B., Wilbur, K., & ANCHR. (June, 2019). Drug Users Will Die Without Supervised Consumption Sites. Calgary Herald. Access here
  • Gagnon, M., & Pauly, B. (February, 2019). Find Solutions to Build Safer Community. Times Colonist. Access here
  • Perron, A., & Gagnon, M. (January 2019). Un an après Émilie Ricard, quels constats pour le personnel infirmier? Huffington Post. Access here
  • Gagnon, M., & Guta, A. (November, 2018). Cannabis Legalization Could Make Symptom Relief More Difficult. The Georgia Straight. Access here
  • Gagnon, M. (September, 2018). Closing Tent Cities During an Overdose Crisis Might Be Dangerous. The Georgia Straight. Access here
  • Pauly, B., & Gagnon, M. (September, 2018). Moving Backwards on Homelessness: Rejecting Evidence-Based Solutions. Saanich News. Access here
  • Pauly, B., & Gagnon, M. (July, 2018). Injunction to Shut Down Tent Cities are No Solution. The Tyee. Access here
  • Gagnon, M., & Pauly, B. (July, 2018). Expert Nurses: Taking Tent Cities to Court Is Wrong, And Here’s Why. The Georgia Straight. Access here
  • Gagnon, M. (July, 2018). Camp Namegans Shows Authorities are Fighting a Losing Battle Against Tent Cities and it Must Stop. The Georgia Straight. Access here
  • Pariseau-Legault, P., Gagnon, M., Perron, A., & Wright, D. (April, 2018). La dénonciation des iniquités de santé: le cas de Carolyn Strom est un dangereux précédent. Huffington Post. Access here
  • Gagnon, M. (April, 2018). Les ratios patients-infirmières ne sont pas la panacée. La Presse+. Access here
  • Domingue, J-L., Gagnon, M., Michaud, M. S., & Peguero-Rodriguez, G. (April, 2018). La mobilisation infirmière au Québec est un exemple à suivre. Huffington Post. Access here
  • Brown, M., & Gagnon, M. (March, 2018). Why We Need ‘Safe’ Spaces to Consume Cannabis. The Ottawa Citizen. Access here
  • Bouchard, L., Martin, P., Perron, A., & Gagnon, M. (February, 2018). Un symptôme d’une privatisation en devenir? Le Devoir. Access here
  • Gagnon, M., & Perron, A. (February, 2018). Quand les infirmières sonnent l’alarme. Huffington Post. Access here
  • Bouchard, L., Martin, P., Perron, A., & Gagnon, M. (February, 2018). Le ras-le-bol des infirmières: symptôme d’une privatisation en devenir? Le Soleil. Access here
  • Bouchard, L., Martin, P., Perron, A., & Gagnon, M. (February, 2018). Le ras-le-bol des infirmières: symptôme d’une privatisation en devenir? Huffington Post. Access here
  • Gagnon, M., Perron, A., Martin, P., & Bouchard, L. (February, 2018). Des solutions, les infirmières et les infirmiers en ont. Le Soleil. Access here
  • Gagnon, M., Perron, A., Martin, P., & Bouchard, L. (February, 2018). Nous avons des solutions. Huffington Post. Access here
  • Perron, A., & Gagnon, M. (February, 2018). Les grands absents du débat sur la condition infirmière. Huffington Post. Access here
  • Gagnon, M., & Perron, A. (February, 2018). Les infirmiers et les infirmières haussent le ton. Le Devoir. Access here
  • Gagnon, M., & Perron, A. (February, 2018). Les infirmières haussent le ton. Le Droit. Access here
  • Gagnon, M., & Perron, A. (February, 2018). Nous avons atteint un point de rupture dans le système de santé québécois. Huffington Post. Access here
  • Perron, A., & Gagnon, M. (January, 2018). Why Everyone Should Care About the Strom Appeal Hearing. Saskatoon Starphoenix. Access here
  • Pauly, B., Thumath, M., & Gagnon, M. (December, 2016). Changing Drug Policy Will Take Time to Translate into Action. Globe and Mail. Access here
  • Gagnon, M. (December, 2016). Union Merely Tells Nurses to “Protect Themselves” During Fentanyl Crisis. The Georgia Straight. Access here
  • Gagnon, M. (December, 2016). The Overdose Epidemic is Taking A Brutal Toll on Frontline Nurses. The Georgia Straight. Access here
  • Gagnon, M. (December, 2016). An Urgent Call to Support Nurses on the Frontline of Vancouver’s Opioid Crisis. The Georgia Straight. Access here
  • Gagnon, M. (November, 2016). Without Nurses, We Can’t Solve the Opioid Crisis. The Ottawa Citizen. Access here
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