Over a month after Canada reported its first case of a vaping-related lung illness, British Columbia has found its first probable case.
The numbers of deaths each month remain high enough to only be described as a crisis, a tragedy, and a total failure of public policy and authorities’ response.
Rates in most other health regions remain far lower than the national average.
At the Dr. Peter Centre, about 96,000 meals per year are served to people who don't have the privilege of always knowing where their next meal is coming from.
"I left the Liberals because of their incremental change agenda on the environment," Merner said. "And they still have the same kind of incremental change agenda on health care."
The Light Up Purple campaign is one example—it was created to encourage a greater focus on mental health.
The film, which receives its Canadian premier October 7, takes viewers inside a network of underground healers, sharing news of a promising if controversial treatment for problematic drug use.
While Canada’s first case was only identified last week, U.S. authorities have raced to understand the illness for several months now.
While several varieties of a plant-based nutrition bar were recalled a few months ago, another one of its bars is being recalled.
A recall of Singaporean seafood products that began last month, due to concerns about an undeclared allergen, has since expanded twice.
Irwin wants a consultant to review research being conducted by the California Environmental Protection Agency.
The host of the Late, Late Show says that the comedian's remarks will cause more harm than good.
Burnaby resident Eileen Davidson was diagnosed at the age of 29.
The self-described conscious capitalist will soon be in Vancouver to speak at the International Cannabis Business Conference.
Fonio could be the next quinoa.
A long-time drug-policy reformer plans to open a storefront for microdoses in the coming months.
The documentary has been creditied with helping raise awareness of and funds for CF research in Canada
In a first for Canada, London Drugs recently completed a successful test of new technology that could help bridge this gap between urban and rural access to medicine.
The cooperatives would function similar to buyers clubs of the HIV/AIDS crisis of the 1980s, letting members procure pharmaceutical opioids as safer alternatives to illegal drugs found the street.
Mental Health and Addictions Minister Judy Darcy issued the following statement to mark International Overdose Awareness Day: