Woman hopes to meet recipient of son’s heart more than a year after his...

BRAMPTON, Ont. — A Brampton, Ont. woman is hoping to meet the recipient of her son's heart as she seeks closure more than a...
opioids

SaultOnline’s Most Covered Issues of 2018: Opioid Crisis

2018 has been a long and, definitely interesting, year. To wrap it up, here are some of the bigger issues we covered throughout the...

Ex-astronaut Thirsk to help define Canada’s place in Mars mission

OTTAWA — The Canadian Space Agency says it wants to hire former astronaut Robert Thirsk to help it figure out how to contribute medical expertise...

A month after last illness reported, health agency says romaine is OK again

OTTAWA — The Public Health Agency of Canada says it's probably safe to eat romaine lettuce again. The agency says no new cases of E....
shadows of the mind

20 Years On. Shadows of the Mind Film Festival is definitely Buzz-Worthy

Shadows of the Mind Film Festival Prepares to Celebrate 20th Year (Sault Ste. Marie) - The 20th Annual Shadows of the Mind Film Festival is...

Health Canada releases draft regulations for edible cannabis products

OTTAWA — The federal government has released a list of proposed rules for edible cannabis products in Canada as it prepares to add them to...

Coerced sterilization reports sparking concern in Canada’s medical community

OTTAWA — The Canadian Medical Association is "very concerned" about recent reports of forced and coerced sterilization of Indigenous women in Canada. Its president Gigi...

MacMaster holiday concert billed as dementia-inclusive

TORONTO — A holiday concert by fiddlers Natalie MacMaster and Donnell Leahy is being billed as dementia-inclusive, for providing audience members with large-font printed lyrics,...

Indigenous sterilization victims fear inaction as feds eye examination

OTTAWA — "Do you want them cut or burned?" Deb Ironbow says she was light-headed, powerless and strapped to an operating table when a doctor asked her how he should...

Where you live in Canada may affect your ability to make healthy choices: study

TORONTO — Where a person lives in Canada may affect their ability to make healthy choices due to a significant difference in environmental factors such the...

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