Coping with new pot rules, court delays and an escalating opioid crisis are some of the pressing issues premiers will tackle on the final day of their meeting in Edmonton today.
Leon Rich sat in the bleachers, his eyes darting up and down the length of the gym floor. The home team was about to inflict a crushing victory and the 13-year-old couldn’t wait for the two teams to leave the floor, so he could get his turn playing goalie.
The Supreme Court of Canada is known as the court of last resort because its decisions are final. There are no more appeals to make, no more arguments to be heard on a case.
Hello and happy Saturday! Here’s our roundup of the week’s interesting and eclectic news in health and medical science.
Agriculture Minister Lawrence MacAulay is turning to Canadians for input as he develops a national food policy.
Paramedics can — and should be — doing more, especially in rural areas, according to Newfoundland and Labrador’s health minister.
The federal government has released details of how it plans to put a “price on pollution” that would ensure a carbon price of at least 11 cents a litre on gasoline in all provinces by 2022 but will include flexibility for provinces working towards their own plans.
It looks like cycling really is the healthiest way to commute to work.
The recall of Robin Hood brand flour linked to an E. coli outbreak has been expanded to the entire country.
Newfoundland and Labrador Hydro has ended its power warning, with a unit at its Holyrood generating station fully back online.