More work to do to ban cannabis from Alberta campuses

There is still a long way to go to make campuses 100% smoke-free in Alberta, according to Action on Smoking and Health. It publishes its first ever list of Alberta postsecondary institutions,... Read more »

The pay gap widens between doctors and nurses

In 10 years, the proportion of the Quebec health budget allocated to physicians has increased, while that of nurses has decreased. A unique situation among the Canadian provinces and at a time... Read more »

Fourth week of strike for employees at a medical center in Thunder Bay

In Thunder Bay, Port Arthur Health Clinic employees begin their fourth week of strike today . Their employment contract expired at the end of 2017. And there is no solution in sight... Read more »

The abortion pill been prescribed more than 4000 times in Canada in 2017

Health Canada announces that Canadian pharmacies have distributed over 4253 doses of the Mifegymiso Abortion Pill in 2017 – its first year on the market. This data was revealed following a question... Read more »

A retailer stops selling a cure made with rabid dog saliva

An online retailer has agreed to stop selling an unauthorized homeopathic remedy made with rabid dog saliva, according to the federal government. The lyssinum remedy is manufactured by the British manufacturer Helios... Read more »