OTTAWA — An outspoken child advocate is accusing the federal government of dragging its feet in implementing a funding principle aimed at ensuring all First Nations children are able to access necessary services.
VANCOUVER — Researchers at the University of British Columbia say a drug treatment that is key to the successful fight against HIV infection could leave patients prone to other diseases, such as syphilis.
WINNIPEG — A survey of child pornography victims has revealed some recurring and disturbing themes: abuse begins early — often at the hands of a parent — and leads to a lifetime of anxiety over how far images spread on the Internet.
January 17, 2017 - 10:31amUpdated: January 17, 2017 - 5:49pm
KAMLOOPS — The BC Women's Provincial Milk Bank is struggling to keep donor milk on the shelves. The bank is down to about 4,000 ounces of human milk, but requires around 30,000 ounces a week to supply sick or premature babies with the important nutrients found in breast milk.
TORONTO — McDonald's Canada relaxed on Tuesday its policy for how it handles allergens such as peanuts, a move critics say reverses its long-standing position as a safe place for people living with allergies.