Some veterans advocates aren’t pleased with the results of the first phase of a federal study intended to assess the effectiveness and safety of psychiatric service dogs used by people who live with post-traumatic stress disorder.
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Published Tuesday, August 22, 2017 6:50AM EDT
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Debbie St. Onge Joslin didn’t think anything of looking directly at a solar eclipse for 15 seconds in 1972.
Canadians owe more than ever before on their mortgages, but fewer and fewer borrowers are falling behind on their payments.
Members of Quebec’s far-right are clashing with anti-racism activists this afternoon in Quebec City.
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Four months ago, Henry Winter was asked to describe an eclipse to a colleague who had been blind since birth and was initially stumped because he couldn’t use visual terms.
At the age of 21, Paul Delorme was a Canadian soldier like most others — until the day he found himself in a rank never now assigned to Canadian soldiers: prisoner of war.
Ian Moore Wilson has been identified as the Canadian killed in the Barcelona van attack.