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Louvre in Paris removes Sackler name after opioid protests
The Louvre Museum in Paris has become the first major institution to remove the Sackler family's name after protests blaming the family for the deadly opioid crisis in the U.S.
Crown mulls charges against man, 87, after woman dies following shove in Winnipeg care home
'Time for the world to take notice': WHO declares Congo's Ebola outbreak an international emergency
'It hasn't fazed her': Toddler faces throat reconstruction after swallowing teddy bear eye last year
Ottawa unveils plan for safe disposal of mercury-filled light bulbs
The federal government has unveiled its national plan for disposing of mercury-filled light bulbs in an environmentally responsible way and decreasing how much of the toxic substance ends up in landfills.
2 Alberta flocks quarantined after fatal disease related to mad cow found in a sheep
Two sheep flocks in central Alberta have been quarantined by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) for scrapie, a fatal disease that affects the central nervous system of both sheep and goats and is related to mad cow disease.
Federal government pledges millions for opioid crisis
$76.2 million announced to bring more life-saving measures to underserved communities and mitigate the impacts of the illegal drug supply
Deleted tweet about big pharma by associate minister for addictions 'laughably absurd,' says scientist
Listeria risk from recalled packaged kale highlights pathogen's challenge
Scheer says he'd 'absolutely' review Canada's new Food Guide
National rules needed for emotional-service animals: Rempel
What you need to know about rabies in Canada
Viral photo editor behind all those aging celeb photos is raising privacy concerns
Social media can be a 'toxic space' for young people, says woman who took 2-year hiatus
University suggests faculty avoid trips to China amid RCMP probe into lab researchers
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