The patient has been put in isolation and is in “good condition”.
The patient remains in stable condition at Toronto’s Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre.
The president of China, Xi Jinping, is taking more aggressive action to control the spread of a deadly flu strain.
The former BCCLA policy director maintains that authorities can turn the tide on the fentanyl crisis by offering people addicted to street drugs a regulated alternative.
Anyone with allergies to eggs or seafood should not consume these Korean cuisine products.
Several more countries outside China have reported their first or second cases.
"This is an emergency in China, but it has not yet become a global health emergency," WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus stated. "It may yet become one."
Vietnam has two confirmed cases, Singapore has one, and Saudi Arabia has one.
Several suspected cases have been identified in British Columbia and Quebec.
The B.C. Centre for Disease Control has developed a diagnostic test for the coronavirus.
The Art Studios is a psycho-social rehabilitation program offering free classes for clients with mental-health or substance-use challenges.
A cluster of pneumonia cases of an unknown cause were reported in Wuhan, China, on December 31.
The recall is categorized as non-harmful microbiological spoilage of quality.
Vancouver’s overdose crisis is far from over. By another measure, in fact, the emergency is still only getting worse.
The purpose of the project was to see if there was a relationship between exposure to a household cat or dog during the first 12 years of life and a diagnosis later in life of either bipolar disorder or schizophrenia.
These products contain undeclared ingredients that could cause reactions by those who have food allergies.
“People want to sweat,” he says. “They want a hard workout. They want to feel good about that.”
While emergency health services were called in, an officer discovered that a break-in appeared to have occurred nearby.
Adam Yvan Gorges was reported missing on January 3.
People were justifiably outraged when news broke two weeks ago that LifeLabs was the victim of a cyberattack that put millions of people’s confidential information at risk of public release.