‘Solve the problem at home’: U.S. plan to import cheaper drugs from Canada draws criticism

The Canadian Pharmacists Associations is among those raising concerns about the Trump administration’s announcement.

Sharing details of mass killings on social media, online gaming sites ‘an emerging trend’: experts

“It’s really what I call the new soapbox,” said cybersecurity expert Daniel Tobok.

Canada’s drug supply threatened by growing U.S. demand, groups argue

Sen. Bernie Sanders, a Democrat presidential candidate, has announced plans to accompany diabetics this weekend to Canada to buy life-saving insulin, which costs roughly one-10th the price here than in the States.

Suicide of Quebec provincial police officer a reminder of job’s mental toll

In addition to finding the childrens’ bodies, it was Sûreté du Québec officer Patrick Bigras who arrested Guy Turcotte at the scene, after finding him hiding under a bed.

Nearly 53,000 sexual assault cases treated by Ontario doctors over 15 years: study

Victims of sexual assault regularly turn up in Ontario emergency rooms, a new study has found.

STIs rates in Canada are rising — decline in condom use may be to blame

“It’s hard to talk about the kinds of sex you want to have and how to prevent passing an STI, but we need to start practising.”

Lack of breastfeeding costs global economy nearly $1B every day: researchers

A new website developed by researchers in Canada and Asia showed that the world could have saved $341 billion each year if mothers breastfeed their children for longer, helping prevent early deaths and various diseases.

Trudeau Liberals pledge $150M for new cancer research network

This network is to unite top-tier cancer research institutes and clinics across the country to develop what is known as precision cancer medicine.

Couple say they were forced to give up babies after alleged IVF mixup

Now, they’re suing the fertility clinic for “permanent emotional injuries from which they will not recover.”