Inuk woman ‘over hospitals’ after second discharge since transplant rejection

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — An Inuk activist has been released from hospital for a second time since her health struggles raised awareness about an Ontario...

Brain injury victim communicates with mom for first time since 1996

HALIFAX — In what her mother calls a "Christmas miracle," a Nova Scotia woman who suffered a catastrophic brain injury in a 1996 car...
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Molson recalls collectible NHL beer glasses; 8 injuries reported

Molson Coors Canada is recalling approximately 215,000 limited edition NHL beer glasses after eight people were reported injured while washing the glasses. Health Canada says...
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Legislation barring food marketing at kids likely to pass in new year

OTTAWA — A bill designed to curtail food and beverage marketing aimed at kids is expected to clear legislative hurdles in the new year...

First Nations look to grow marijuana industry for economic highs

VANCOUVER — Canada's marijuana industry is expanding rapidly and some First Nations are looking to cash in on the emerging economic opportunities. Phil Fontaine, an Indigenous politician turned...

Operating room doctors lament attacks on personalized cloth caps

Retired anesthetist Dr. Glenn Gibson believes he was an early trendsetter in slipping on brightly coloured cloth caps before heading into the operating room. So...

Update: Warning! Romaine Lettuce In Your Fridge Might Be Harbouring E.Coli.

The Public Health Agency of Canada (TPHAC) is warning the public to be aware of a serious health issue that has been linked to...

Health Canada nearly doubles number of pot producers in second half of 2017

OTTAWA — Health Canada handed out nearly as many marijuana production licences in the second half of 2017 as it issued over the prior...

Warning! Romaine Lettuce In Your Fridge Might Be Harbouring E.Coli.

The Public Health Agency of Canada (TPHAC) is warning the public to be aware of a serious health issue that has been linked to...

Substance use among Ont. students down but concerns rise over fentanyl use: report

TORONTO — Ontario adolescents are drinking, smoking and using cannabis and other recreational drugs at the lowest rates since the late 1970s, suggests a...

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