September 15, 2023

Nearly half of hospitals failed to report adverse drug reactions despite laws requiring them to, analysis finds

Vanessa’s Law makes it mandatory to share information on harmful side effects – but in three years of data reviewed by The Globe, hundreds of institutions reported no cases
September 15, 2023

With Manitoba poised to make election history, front-runners contend with sexism, racism

Manitoba is expected to make history this election, no matter which of the two perceived front-runners vying for the premier’s seat comes out ahead.
September 15, 2023

Mobile clinic has vision of bringing eye care to high-needs schools across Manitoba

Manitoba's Mobile Vision Care Clinic expects to offer eye exams and glasses in about 100 Manitoba schools this year, testing approximately 12,000 students. For the majority, this will be their first eye exam, says the clinic's director.
September 15, 2023

Blow-by-blow of what to expect when Hurricane Lee hits N.S., N.B. this weekend

CBC Meteorologist Ryan Snoddon has the latest on what the Maritimes can expect and when.
September 15, 2023

Toronto woman completing 10 triathlons in 10 provinces after mother's Alzheimer's diagnosis

Stephanie Fauquier's mother, renowned surgeon Dr. Robin McLeod, was diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease two years ago, inspiring Fauquier to complete 10 triathlons in 10 provinces to raise money and awareness for dementia research.
September 15, 2023

Films in French are regularly Canada's top box-office earners, and they're shining at TIFF, too

Films from Quebec have seen critical and commercial success over the years, and while language plays a role, filmmakers in the province also cite creative freedoms and a star system that gives French language films a leg up in Canada.
September 15, 2023

Popularity of kids' baseball is exploding in Quebec as girls take up the sport

As more girls sign up for baseball, there are more all-girls teams and leagues. Baseball Quebec says it's been working hard to create the conditions to encourage young girls to take up the sport.
September 15, 2023

Why producing a barrel of oil causes higher emissions in Saskatchewan compared to Alberta

Producing a barrel of oil in Saskatchewan causes much higher emissions compared to the rest of Western Canada, and the province's emissions intensity is getting worse, according to data compiled by Enverus Intelligence Research.
September 15, 2023

Landlords aren't being paid. Tenants are feeling squeezed. And the system that's supposed to help is broken

The long delays in resolving landlord-tenant disputes are worst in Ontario but other provinces are experiencing it as well. Experts say those delays will have an impact on the already-stressed rental market. 
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