Calgary's Canada Day schedule is out — and it's packed with music, food and fun
Free venues across the city will be jam-packed with Canadian musical acts, cultural programs, activities for kids and lots of food offerings.
He was a young refugee. She was a widowed mother. Their unlikely friendship has come full circle.
Placide Rubabaza fled war-torn Burundi in 1994 at the age of 19. He landed - terrified and alone - at the Peace Bridge in Fort Erie. Teacher, mother and refugee activist Patricia Anzovino took him under her wing. Today, Placide is a doctor and Patricia has dementia. And the connection is as strong as ever.
Jogger accidentally crosses U.S. border from B.C., gets detained for 2 weeks
Cedella Roman says she was jogging along the beach south of White Rock, B.C., when she crossed the U.S. border without realizing it. That's when her two-week nightmare began.
Why Canada doesn't have a national pharmacare program, and why we need one
Dr. Eric Hoskins left his post as minister of health for the province of Ontario to become Chair of the Advisory Council on the Implementation of National Pharmacare. His task: to consult and to recommend a plan that would make prescription medication available free of charge to all Canadians.
This wearable medical device could help people with paralysis move again
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In Warlight, Michael Ondaatje explores family secrets and betrayal
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Essex store on main street selling pot to anyone, say customers, while other businesses waiting
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Brittany Crew sets new Canadian shot put record
Medical errors are too common but patients are paving the way for change
BP reports drilling mud spill off Nova Scotia
Delayed repair forces BC Ferries to cancel reservations
Province hopes to free up police by offloading potentially violent patients on nurses: union
Teepee back up at Sask. Legislature 3 days after camp members arrested by police