Every 22 minutes, a woman in Canada dies of a heart attack. But the majority don’t have to, experts say, warning that more women will die unnecessarily if the medical community doesn’t tailor care to their needs.
Ontario is reporting 65 new deaths linked to COVID-19 as the number of children under the age of five getting vaccinated against the virus is even lower than the relatively low number many experts had expected.
The world has never been in a better position to end the COVID-19 pandemic, the head of the World Health Organization said on Wednesday, urging nations to keep up their efforts against the virus that has killed more than six million people.
A first limited shipment of bivalent COVID-19 vaccines has arrived in Ontario, Minister of Health Sylvia Jones said Thursday, as the province reported 74 more people died with the illness over the last week.
Warning: This post contains big, BIG spoilers about Power‘s winter premiere. The title of Power‘s midseason premiere is “Still Dre,” and that is factually accurate… until the last few minutes of the episode. Yep, one of the Starz drama’s slipperiest, most ruthless characters meets his end in Episode 11, which shows us the events leading […]
Ebenezer Scrooge had it easy: He only had three ghosts to worry about. On the other hand, if Power‘s James St. Patrick were visited by the spirits of everyone who passed in just the first half of his show’s sixth and final season, he’d be entertaining phantoms for days on end. (And that’s provided he’s […]
Here’s the thing: We understand that TV characters aren’t real people, but it still hurts when our favorites suddenly die on us, making the past calendar year especially rough for Team TVLine. Sure, there were a few deaths we saw coming — like Riverdale‘s Fred Andrews, who received an emotional sendoff several months after his […]
May Sweeps In Memoriam: 30+ Deaths From Charmed, Empire, Supergirl and More — Which Loss Hit You Hardest?
The Grim Reaper certainly worked overtime during the month of May. Throughout this year’s May Sweeps period (which concluded on Wednesday), more than 30 small-screen characters met their demise — some of them rather grisly, in fact. (The bright side? This year’s tally of 33 deaths is considerably lower than the 44 that last year’s […]
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.
Flu activity is still high in Canada, and the youngest kids are being hit hardest, federal health officials reported Friday.