Teen Girls to Get HPV Vaccine Are Not More Likely to Engaged in Risky Sex, Shows UBC Study

Even though girls get vaccinated against the Human papilloma virus (HPV), they do not prefer to engage in a risky sexual activity, shows UBC study. The study was published on 15 October... Read more »

The Funniest Nobels Ever: Canadian Professor Among 2018 Ig Nobels Winners

A study conducted by Lindie Liang, an assistant professor of business at Wilfrid Laurier University in Waterloo, Ont., just received an Ig Nobel award. “We wanted to understand why subordinates retaliate when... Read more »

NAFTA Talks: Canada Threatened With Exclusion If No Deal Reached By October 1st

The pressure is mounting as we approach the wrap up of NAFTA talks, a senior source indicates that Canada is okay with missing that deadline, although Canada is threatened with exclusion if... Read more »

Salmonella Warning On Frozen Raw Breaded Chicken Products

Canada’s chief medical officers came out with a joint statement after associating hundreds of Salmonellosis cases over the past 16 months to frozen raw breaded chicken products contaminated with Salmonella. “Food contaminated with Salmonella may... Read more »

Deeply Disturbing Statistics Show Canada’s High Rates of Suicides, Child Abuse and Infant Mortality

The global reputation Canada has had so far that it’s a healthy and safe place to raise children is now hit by statistics that found life is not that pink: there are... Read more »

Controversial E-cigarette Giant Juul Expands to Canada

The E-cigarette Giant Juul Labs Inc. is now targeting Canada, considering “it’s effectively our backyard,” said the co-founder of the start-up, James Monsees. The San Francisco-based company has decided that Canada is... Read more »

These Canadian Cities Have the Highest Number of Crimes Reported to Police

New data from Statistics Canada shows which cities have the highest numbers of crimes reported to police and how serious they were in 2017. According to the data released on 23 July,... Read more »

Highly Invasive Plant Threatens Canada

A dangerous plant called wild parsnip has invaded Canada, growing along roads, highways and in the middle of pastures. The plant causes several serious problems: burns, blisters and even blindness in some... Read more »

The Robocalls Canadians Received Asking About Trans Mountain Pipeline Were from the Alberta Government

The whole country received a robocall with the purpose of conducting a survey for “Tell City Hall.” Whoever agreed to participate in the survey, they received a message on their phones with... Read more »

Antidepressant Could Treat An Incurable and Rare Liver Disease, Finds UCalgary Research Study

Primary Biliary Cholangitis (PBC) is an incurable and rare form of liver disease, which can be fatal if not treated. PBC is more common in female patients between the ages of 40-60,... Read more »