Yukon introduces stricter vaping laws, raises smoking age to 19

Health Minister Pauline Frost says the proposed legislation is part of the territory’s ongoing efforts to discourage the use of the addictive and harmful products.

Trudeau says he’s now totally pro-choice, personal abortion views evolved

Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau said he realized there’s a contradiction between being opposed to abortion itself but supporting a woman’s right to choose to have one.

Recalls over cooked chicken products expanded amid listeria outbreak probe

The products affected are sold under various brand names, and some may have been sold all across Canada. 

More versions of Zantac recalled over exposure to cancer-linked chemical

Several drug companies were ordered to stop distribution earlier this month by Health Canada – another four more have also received the order.

‘What can you do?’: Solutions scarce as NHL goalie concussions rise

Just two goaltenders were concussed in 2016-17, missing a total of 15 games, but over the past two seasons, 14 different goalies missed a total of 276 games with a concussion or head injury caused by everything from elbows and knees to pucks off their helmets.

Trump calls for ban on flavoured e-cigarettes — what is Canada’s stance on vaping?

Canada’s political party leaders were not nearly as blunt on the subject while asked on the campaign trail.

The opposition at Montreal city hall wants to make cycling safer for children

Opposition leader Lionel Perez said he will ask the mayor to make helmets mandatory for riders under the age of 18.

Andrew Scheer, Stephen Harper attend memorial for Calgary MP Deepak Obhrai

Calgary member of Parliament Deepak Obhrai died earlier this month from liver cancer.

‘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.

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.