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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 due to apparent opioid overdoses, raising the opioid epidemic's death toll to more than 8,000 people since January 2016, according to newly released government figures.
Mom and daughter share 4-year nursing program together, still not sick of each other
Jordan Erickson and her mother Jody Prince will soon share an experience few mothers and daughters share. Both will graduate from the same four-year bachelor of science in nursing program next spring.
Canada's artificial trans fats ban comes into effect — with a phase-out period
Artificial trans fats will be off Canadian plates for good, as the final step to ban them in Canada took effect Monday. Researchers believe a ban could prevent up to 12,000 heart attacks in Canada over 20 years.
'I feel betrayed by my company': Subway operator barred while using medicinal cannabis
A TTC employee says she's back on opioids because her employer told her she can't use medical marijuana and remain as a subway operator, even though her doctor thinks cannabis is the best treatment for her chronic pain.
The dangers of not vaccinating are horrifying and graphic. Government warnings must show that
Healthy seniors taking baby Aspirin may be doing more harm than good
'People are going to die': A city ravaged by the opioid crisis waits anxiously for overdose prevention site
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