RELATED STORIES Warning: This post contains spoilers from Season 3, Episode 5 of The Handmaid’s Tale. It seems that Serena Joy Waterford’s stint as a member of The Handmaid’s Tale‘s resistance has come to an abrupt halt. Was she caught aiding June? Did she lose yet another appendage to Gilead’s draconian punitive system? Nope: In […]
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Social networks like Facebook and Twitter have set up war rooms and disclosure systems to warn of potential election meddling, but the Canadian government doesn’t believe that’s good enough. The country’s Democratic Institutions Minister has established a panel of five politicians that will warn the public when there’s evidence of attempted interference during election periods, […]
An advisory issued Monday said inspectors had seized products, ingredients and equipment from A1 Herbal Ayurvedic Clinic Ltd. in Surrey, B.C., and from an affiliated clinic in Brampton, Ont.
Kaillie Humphries is breaking her silence about why she isn't competing in bobsleigh this year. Speaking exclusively to CBC, Humphries revealed she has filed a harassment complaint with Bobsleigh Canada. "I found myself in a position where my workplace environment was impaired and I couldn't compete. I filed it before the season and so I […]
Close to 1,000 Canadians die each year because of their jobs, according to official numbers from Canada’s workers’ compensation agencies. But a new study says that figure is only the tip of the iceberg when it comes to the true extent of work-related deaths across the country.
Health Canada says a safety review of Fibristal to treat uterine fibroids in women of childbearing age has found a possible link between its use and the risk of a rare liver injury.
It’s Canada’s turn to implement rules for drone flights, and those in the pipeline could make the American approach seem lenient. Transport Canada has adopted new regulations that will require the registration of any drone weighing between 250g and 25kg (0.55lbs to 55lbs), and would-be pilots will have to be at least 14 years old […]
Health Canada scientists say there is no reason to believe the scientific evidence they used to approve the continued use of glyphosate in weed killers was tainted.
Flu activity is still high in Canada, and the youngest kids are being hit hardest, federal health officials reported Friday.