Cannabis use increased significantly in the year leading up to legalization among women and people over 50, a long-running survey in Ontario found.
‘Greed is a powerful weapon’: Are illegal kickbacks in Ontario driving up the cost of your generic drugs?
A hidden camera investigation and confidential documents obtained by The Fifth Estate raise questions about whether Canada’s largest pharmaceutical distributor is profiting from illegal kickbacks on sales of generic drugs in Ontario.
Data compiled by CBC News shows the four major hospitals in the region regularly at or over capacity in a stretch between April and November 2018.
The family of Taquisha McKitty will argue in the Ontario Court of Appeal Wednesday that she’s still breathing and alive, even though a lower court has declared her dead.
Don’t eat romaine lettuce in Ontario and Quebec until source of E. coli outbreak determined, officials say
The E. coli strain currently suspected of making people sick in both Canada and the U.S. is the same one that caused a similar outbreak last year, prompting questions about why regulators aren’t issuing a mandatory recall.
Lawyers for Grand Council Treaty Three will make arguments to the court in a case brought by the Elementary Teachers Federation of Ontario, which challenges the Ford government’s roll-back of the 2015 sex-ed curriculum.
Ontario will keep funding supervised drug consumption sites, but they’ll be rebranded to help users receive treatment and get rehabilitated, Health Minister Christine Elliott said Monday morning.
A coalition of health groups is warning the Ontario government that allowing the display and advertising of vaping products in convenience stores would lead to increased nicotine addiction among teenagers.
The lock system on Rideau Canal looking towards the Ottowa River (Image: Getty Images/Lonely Planet Images) I GENTLY decreased the speed of the boat and edged towards the middle of what seemed like a perilously narrow channel of water cutting through a line of trees. With just 2ft of water, and rocks either side of […]
An Ottawa midwife is welcoming this week’s Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario decision on pay equity as “validating” for her profession, but it could still be some time before midwives see the kind of salary increase they’re looking for.