Are scientific findings a matter of opinion? Forty-three per cent of Canadians agree that they are, suggests a new poll.
An orthotics and prosthetics technician on P.E.I. has created a replica of the artificial leg Terry Fox ran on in 1980, and is displaying it next to a modern prosthesis.
A B.C. pot activist and dispensary owner told MPs studying the government’s cannabis legalization bill Friday that excluding edible cannabis products from next year’s planned rollout will mean the black market will continue to supply them.
The Ontario government has announced a framework to manage the sale and use of marijuana, which includes an online ordering service and roughly 150 stand-alone stores.
For millions of Canadians, whether or not the Bank of Canada increases interest rates tomorrow isn’t merely a financial page headline. It’s a matter of money out of their pockets.
Timothy Caulfield targeted Goop’s famous founder with his last book, “Is Gwyneth Paltrow Wrong About Everything?”
A new study out today shows that alcohol may be a factor in one in five opioid-related deaths in Ontario.