September 7, 2023

Viral vomit incident on Air Canada flight probed by Public Health Agency of Canada

Canada's public health agency says it's investigating a recent episode in which passengers on an Air Canada flight were almost forced to sit in vomit-soiled seats, an incident that reflects a broader frustration with flight operations in Canada, travel specialists say.
September 7, 2023

Long-term care inspections in Ontario stopped for at least seven weeks at start of COVID-19 pandemic: report

Ontario Ombudsman Paul Dubé said the long-term care inspection system “collapsed” during the first wave of coronavirus pandemic
September 7, 2023

Ontario's LTC inspection system fell apart during 1st COVID-19 wave: report

Ontario’s long-term care inspection system was totally overwhelmed during the first wave of the COVID-19 pandemic, and the ministry overseeing care homes was caught unprepared and unable to ensure the safety of residents and staff, the province’s ombudsman says.
September 7, 2023

Morning Update: Quebec Court of Appeal judge to lead public inquiry into foreign interference

Marie-Josée Hogue was selected after months of negotiations between government and opposition
September 7, 2023

Once food, now friends, cattle enjoy eight years of plenty at an Ontario animal sanctuary

Farmhouse Gardens Animal Home was once a regular ranch, until its owner thought twice about what was happening to the cows he cared for. Now, organic produce and fundraising provide a different model
September 7, 2023

No teachers? Not a problem for this rural B.C. school district that offered cash incentives

Schools across B.C. are struggling to hire teachers, but one school district in a rural part of the province that was once ravaged by wildfires says cash incentives have helped secure enough staff for this year. 
September 7, 2023

Beyond two-spirit: Indigenous people look to revive traditional LGBTQ terms

In recent decades, many LGBTQ Indigenous people have begun using the umbrella phrase "two-spirit," while others are embracing terms from their own nations, in their own languages.
September 7, 2023

Woman stabbed at Winnipeg Olive Garden confronts attacker in emotional victim impact statement

A young woman repeatedly stabbed while working at a Winnipeg Olive Garden in June says she spent weeks after the assault lying awake at 3 a.m., clutching a kitchen knife under her pillow in fear the man who attacked her had somehow escaped custody.
September 7, 2023

School is back in session. Here are Jamie Oliver’s tips for feeding kids healthy meals all year long

We’ve compiled some of the chef’s best tips for making sure your kids are getting plenty of vegetables and other nutrients
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