Thursday, August 10, 2017

Nova Scotia doctor disciplined in ‘death by 1,000 laxatives’ case

A woman who described her treatment at a rural Nova Scotia hospital as "death by a thousand laxatives" has been successful in her complaint...

North Korean nuclear threat has Californians updating ‘Duck and cover’

As the hundreds of young Californians frolic on a Santa Monica beach, the last thing on their minds is North Korea, and those so-called "unexpected...

Trump’s NAFTA do-over: A $63B ‘fool’s errand,’ Canada’s red line and other sticking points

If the Trump administration's top-line mission for renegotiating the North American Free Trade Agreement is to balance what the U.S. president blasts as an...

U.S. audit raised ‘significant questions’ about Canadian meat inspections

The U.S. Agriculture Department has found "systemic" inspection and sanitation problems during its most recent audit of Canada's meat, poultry and egg inspection systems,...

19 companies turned down building Drake’s giant CN Tower, but one company tried it...

Under a gigantic, glowing replica of his beloved CN Tower, rapper Drake told the Toronto crowd gathered at Monday's OVO Fest he had called "19...

Driver slams into soldiers in Paris suburb, wounding 6

French police are searching for a driver who slammed his BMW into a group of soldiers in a Paris suburb Wednesday, wounding six in what appeared...

Canadian delegation in North Korea to seek Canadian pastor Hyeon Soo Lim’s release

A top Canadian security official has arrived in North Korea hoping to negotiate the release of an imprisoned Canadian pastor, CBC News has confirmed. The...

Experts raise concern over latest network outage in Atlantic Canada

Last Friday's Bell Aliant outages in many parts of Atlantic Canada has dialed up concerns among experts about the security of the region's telecommunications...

MMIWG loses another key staffer as families slam ‘colonial’ inquiry process, demand hard reset

The problem-plagued inquiry into murdered and missing Indigenous women and girls has lost another key staffer as dozens of family members, activists and academics have...

MMIWG families slam ‘colonial’ inquiry process, demand hard reset

Dozens of family members, activists and academics have written an open letter to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau demanding the "deeply misguided" inquiry into murdered and missing Indigenous women and...

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