In a few weeks, a fresh crop of medical students will begin classes at the University of Toronto.
A Winnipeg mother-to-be says she’s scared and wants her complaints heard after she was mistakenly given medication to induce labour when she went for a routine appointment with her gynecologist.
The debate over Ontario doctors’ right to refuse to provide medical services that clash with their moral or religious beliefs is headed to court.
Thousands of patients in northwestern B.C. are being told their X-ray, CT scan and ultrasound results may have been improperly analysed.
Every nine minutes someone in Canada has a stroke. But the odds of survival are getting better because of a new emergency intervention being offered at 22 hospitals across Canada.
Diabetes, heart disease, mental illness and trauma — at first glance, these conditions might not appear to have much in common, but a Toronto doctor says one key trait often lies beneath them: poverty.