Cholera Outbreak in Vancouver Infects Several People

Canada almost eradicated Cholera in the 1800s, when at least 20,000 people died. The U.S. CDC has stated that each year, worldwide, there are over 100,000 deaths from cholera. In March, a... Read more »

Cardiac Defects in Babies Tied To Post-Pregnancy Cardiovascular Disease in Their Mothers

Mothers that gave birth to babies with congenital heart defects could have a risk of heart problems later in life. They could have a heart attack or heart failure, warns a recent... Read more »

Using MRIs Calgary Scientists Aim to Reduce Use of Mice and Rats in Medical Research

The University of Calgary now has a small MRI to help minimize the number of rats and mice they have in their experiments. Using the small MRI, medical scientists at the university... Read more »

Report Estimates 1 in 66 Canadian Children Has Autism Spectrum Disorder

A report released on Thursday by the Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) detailed that one in 66 Canadian children between 5 and 17 years old has autism spectrum disorder. This report... Read more »

Snowy Easter Weekend for West-Central Alberta

  Even though it is already springtime, winter is just too stubborn and won’t leave Alberta alone! Environment Canada has already issued snowfall warning for Thursday night in parts of western and... Read more »

Western Canada Island Hid 13,000 Years Old Human Footprints

Archaeologists have recently discovered human footprints on a beach on Calvert Island, northeast of Vancouver Island, Canada. These footprints appear to date back to 13,000 years ago. That would mean these are... Read more »

Canada Needs More Blood Donors

The Canadian Blood Services have started the spring with an urgent call to all Canadians. They are looking for donors to keep the inventory of blood constant. At the moment, CBS has... Read more »
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Gas Prices Going High Across Canada

Gas prices soaring high across Canada this year When it comes to advocating for lower gas prices across Canada, it appears that nobody in the position to do anything about robbery at... Read more »
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Canada Drops The Ball On Its War Vets

Canadian war vets injured in the line of duty will not be entitled to life long disability compensation after the B.C. Court of Appeal struck down their class action lawsuit. The lawsuit,... Read more »
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Michelle Obama Coming To Toronto

Michelle Obama is coming to Canada! On November 28 in Toronto’s Mattamy Centre, the former first lady will take to the stage to promote education and equality for girls and women as... Read more »