Harm reduction advocates say the provincial government must do more to ensure clients of a beleaguered Lethbridge supervised consumption site have access to care.
In a heated exchange in the Alberta Legislature Monday, United Conservative cabinet minister Kaycee Madu accused the New Democrat Party of playing politics with
A document from a Toronto hospital that provides guidance for reopening Ontario schools in September garnerned criticism from some epidemiologists, while other experts say
Senior members of the Alberta legal community have raised questions about the appointment of Eric Tolppanen as a judge on the provincial court amid an
Social media platforms have taken unprecedented steps to fight misinformation online because of the COVID-19 pandemic, but some critics say they could still do more.
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The announcement that BC Ferries will serve beer and wine on certain sailings as part of a pilot project this June has been met
Musical icon Diana Ross is attracting attention for remarks about Michael Jackson, weighing in on the sexual abuse allegations made against the singer. In
Alberta’s Opposition United Conservative leader says if he becomes premier, he’ll set up a war room to take on critics of the province’s energy
First Nations representatives as well as environmental and legal activists are calling on Ottawa to revise the timeline of its second review of the