Three psychiatrists resigned from St. Joseph’s Healthcare this week because they believe working conditions in the psychiatric emergency room are un
The runaway happened Jan. 1, 2018, on a line that is increasingly moving petroleum products, as railways make up for stalled pipeline projects.
Seven years of reviews led Health Canada to simultaneously decide to allow certain popular products to keep being used with restrictions, and to propo
The Cote First Nation says it is reviewing its policies after 11 dead dogs that had been culled were found near railway tracks.
The officer simply waved the fraud suspect over, invited him into the vehicle, and warned him that if he tried to run the police dog would be right be
Amnesty International, the Canadian Association of Refugee Lawyers, the Canadian and B.C. civil-liberties associations and the Canadian Council for Re
Chris Ragan, head of the non-partisan group Canada's Ecofiscal Commission, has just published a report on carbon tax misconceptions.
The 86 nurses from the Windsor-Essex County Health Unit have been on strike since March 8.
Health minister says he accepted 21 recommendations to ensure the College of Dental Surgeons of British Columbia acts in the public’s best interests
Between approximately 1 a.m. and 5 a.m., more than 200 workers are dispatched to some 130 sites, where they’ll carry out jobs ranging from minor wel
Don Davies wrote in a letter that he is disappointed by the RCMP’s response and “frankly, somewhat shocked,” given that multiple credible allega
Pam Damoff’s head stayed on the desk for a few seconds before fellow Liberal Marco Mendicino noticed something wrong and then waved for attention fr