March 14, 2023

Doctors optimistic new report on endometriosis will help alleviate painful symptoms

Survey data in Canada have found about a six-year delay between the time many patients first experience symptoms and when they finally receive an endometriosis diagnosis
March 14, 2023

2023 Oscars honoured diversity, but several Vancouver entertainers say more needs to be done

While this year's Academy Awards highlighted and honoured diversity in Hollywood, some say there's more work to be done to really embrace different perspectives.
March 14, 2023

Memorial University president steps away after questions raised about Indigenous heritage claims

The university’s board will form an Indigenous-led group to examine Vianne Timmons’s statements of Mi’kmaq heritage and explore options for how to proceed
March 14, 2023

Canadian doctor Tak Mak wins prestigious award for pioneering work in cancer research

Dr. Tak Mak, who discovered the structure of the T cell receptor for antigens and paved the way for modern immunotherapy drugs, has been awarded one of the world’s most esteemed scientific prizes
March 14, 2023

Two dead, several injured after vehicle hits pedestrians in Quebec town of Amqui

A 38-year-old man turned himself in to police and was arrested on suspicion of committing a fatal hit and run. Investigators are still trying to determine whether he was acting deliberately
March 14, 2023

Alberta government to expand ad campaign attracting workers from out of province

Second iteration will target Canadians living in smaller parts of Ontario, in addition to major cities in Newfoundland and Labrador, Prince Edward Island, New Brunswick and Nova Scotia
March 14, 2023

B.C.’s Public Safety Minister promises reforms ahead of police manslaughter trial

Mike Farnworth says changes to the Police Act this year will improve accountability, as two RCMP officers charged with manslaughter in the death of an Indigenous man are set to go to a first hearing
March 13, 2023

Witness to altercation involving Justice Russell Brown says he followed her to hotel room

Body-cam footage and a written police report show that three witnesses to Justice Brown’s conduct at an Arizona resort told mostly the same story as that reported by a former U.S. Marine
March 13, 2023

Manitoba bill would reverse the onus in lawsuits over intimate images

Manitoba government making it easier for victims to sue people who post intimate images online without their consent
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