Hip-replacement technique gets patients back on their feet sooner
Unlike traditional hip replacements, with incisions through either a patient's side or back, Toronto-based orthopedic surgeon Dr. Amir Khoshbin is performing the operation through the front and using a special surgical table to aid that approach. The result, he says, is a speedier recovery.
The (alleged) thief came back: Man arrested after couple says he returned to garage where bike stolen
A bike theft from a River Heights garage has prompted police to warn people to secure their bikes at all times, even if they're inside a garage.
American sex trafficking law makes sex workers here less safe, says activist
Heather Jarvis says a shutdown of U.S. websites used by sex workers affects Canadians as well.
'Open for business': How the Lax Kw'alaams First Nation revitalized forestry in B.C.'s northwest
After Lax Kw'alaams First Nation bought a tree farm in 2005, they became the main player in northwest B.C.'s forestry industry. Revenue from lumber exports have allowed the First Nation to expand their economic portfolio rapidly.
Thunder Bay police seek missing 21-year-old woman
Downtown homicide victim identified, suspect on the run
CP Rail union formally serves strike notice
Red Bull's Ricciardo overcomes power loss to win Monaco GP
Havard McKenzie acquitted of 2nd degree murder in Garden Restaurant shooting
Why BC Ferries won't be going all-electric anytime soon