Advocates for medical assistance in dying warn against Bill 207

A group that advocates for access to medical assistance in dying (MAID) says a recently introduced Alberta private member’s bill would obstruct access to the

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Disability advocates say Ontario government needs to step up funding for therapy

It was earlier this year when parents of autistic children across Ontario won a major battle against the province, convincing the Ford government to

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Vernon father advocates for suicide prevention: ‘You’re not alone out there’

A Vernon father is sharing his story ahead of World Suicide Prevention Day, hoping to motivate others to seek help when they need it.

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Advocates fear meat from latest infected deer herd has entered Canada’s food supply

A third case of chronic wasting disease (CWD) in 2019 has been confirmed at a Canadian deer farm, and advocates fear servings of infected meat may

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Green roof advocates have ‘high hopes’ for trend in Saskatchewan

To Higher Groundwork Horticulture owner Michael Molaro’s knowledge, there are only about a dozen green roof projects in Saskatchewan. Nicole Stillger reports. Source link

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Healthcare advocates push for federal protections of country’s insulin supply

Advocates in Alberta are calling on the federal government to protect insulin supplies for Canadian diabetics. The call for action comes after a highly

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Alcohol on BC Ferries: dangerous or delicious? Critics and advocates weigh-in

The announcement that BC Ferries will serve beer and wine on certain sailings as part of a pilot project this June has been met

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Firearm advocates say Calgary gun show sets a positive example

At the gun show known as Canada’s largest and finest arms show in Calgary, thousands will snake through the aisles in the BMO Centre

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Parks advocates push for Royal Mayfair Golf Club lease to be public

The Royal Mayfair Golf Club’s lease is up for discussion at city hall next week, and some parks advocates want the details and negotiations

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It’s not really ‘Blue Monday,’ but the January blues hit hard for seniors, advocates say

January is not a good time for 68-year-old Vancouver resident Kristen Ransden.  Until recently, Ransden worked as a seniors’ aide in an assisted living facility. Now,

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