August 28, 2023

'She can survive now': Sask. girl who became TikTok sensation recovers from life-saving bowel transplant

A young girl from Swift Current, Sask., had waited three years for a life-saving bowel transplant. Just over a week ago, she got it. Her positivity became an overnight sensation on TikTok in 2021, after her mother posted a video of her drawing a fox for a short story.
August 28, 2023

Morning Update: RCMP have yet to issue apology over handling of Nova Scotia mass shooting

Months after a memo called for the Nova Scotia RCMP to apologize for their missteps in handling the mass shooting, one still hasn’t been issued
August 28, 2023

Meet the deceptively pretty creeping bellflower, and the gardeners on a mission to kill it

Since most provinces don’t list the creeping bellflower as an officially regulated invasive species, many gardeners take a more grassroots approach to eradication
August 28, 2023

Committee set up to study children's deaths hasn't reported publicly in more than 2 years

The New Brunswick chief coroner, who oversees the child death review committee, hasn't filed a public report on the committee's work in more than two years.
August 28, 2023

Memo called for RCMP to issue apology over handling of N.S. mass shooting months ago

Months after a memo called for a ‘timely and decisive’ acknowledgment of its failures in the Nova Scotia mass shooting, the RCMP has yet to issue one
August 28, 2023

We're welcoming record numbers of international students. Here's how they got caught up in the housing crisis

Experts say that although international students are particularly vulnerable to Canada's housing and affordability issues, they're increasingly being blamed for worsening these problems and could face a cap on their entry into the country as a result. 
August 28, 2023

Back to school means back to basics this fall as Canadians come up against high prices

As inflation continues to put pressure on the cost of just about everything — from food to clothes to school supplies — Canadians across the country are preparing for the back-to-school season by turning to second-hand options as a way to save money.
August 28, 2023

Indigenous females face more hurdles in health care access, study finds

A study has found a higher percentage of First Nations, Métis and Inuit females report being in poor health and have less access to health care than non-Indigenous females
August 28, 2023

How cities across Canada are protecting their parks from brush fires

City parks draw millions, but that foot traffic also raises the risk of humans causing brush or forest fires, which are mostly started by lightning in the wild
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