Saturday, September 22, 2018

Controversial TV show sparks debate about changing racist attitudes toward Indigenous people

First Contact introduces white participants with racial bias of Indigenous people to Indigenous communities across the country, in hopes of educating them....

Belleisle Farms brand coleslaw recalled due to Listeria

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency has recalled Belleisle Farms Ltd. brand coleslaw due to Listeria monocytogenes contamination.  The agency is asking people not consume the...

Rotisserie Chicken Stroganoff

Give classic stroganoff a twist with some shredded rotisserie chicken! This whole dinner comes together in a jiffy, making it a new staple for...

5 Ways to Use Supermarket Rotisserie Chicken

Rotisserie chicken makes dinner happen faster, whether that means you're eating it as is or incorporating it into other meals. Or doing a little...

N.S. woman choosing to die earlier than she wants due to ‘extreme’ assisted-dying law

A Nova Scotia woman who is choosing a medically assisted death says she will end her life earlier than she really wants because she's...

Your used smartphone could be helpful for blind people

A simple smartphone can make a big difference to someone who is blind or has sight loss. "My smartphone is my most important tool when it comes...

California sues maker of Humira for alleged kickbacks to doctors

California filed a lawsuit Tuesday accusing pharmaceutical giant AbbVie of illegally plying doctors with cash, gifts and services to prescribe one of the world's best-selling...

‘Deep listening’: How Jeremy Dutcher crafted his fascinating Polaris Prize-winning album

Jeremy Dutcher was inspired to write his Polaris Music Prize-winning album 'Wolastoqiyik Lintuwakonawa' after listening to century-old archival recordings of Wolastoq songs...

Julie Chen quits The Talk after husband Les Moonves resigns as CBS CEO

Julie Chen has left the cast of the CBS daytime show The Talk a week after her husband, CBS Corp. boss Leslie...

More than 8,000 apparent opioid-related deaths in Canada since 2016

At least 1,036 Canadians died in the first three months of this year of what appeared to be opioid overdoses, raising the opioid epidemic's national...