‘Whether it’s 300 or 700, it’s not enough’: Canadian health care slow to adopt physician assistants

At a time when hospitals and clinics across Canada are overburdened by rising demand for health care, there are concerns health authorities are overlooking

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Premier, health minister expected to unveil plans for new hospital in Surrey Monday

The province is expected to firm up plans to build a new hospital in Surrey B.C. Monday morning. B.C.’s Health Minister Adrian Dix along

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Managing maternal mental health in winter months

The drop in temperature and sight of snow often signals the kickoff of fun winter activities. However, for new mothers, winter months can be

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Groundbreaking on Calgary mental health facility aimed at helping youth – Calgary

Construction is underway on a new mental health facility for youth in Calgary. A groundbreaking ceremony was held Friday morning for the Centre for

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Alberta Health Services to roll out Connect Care in Edmonton Sunday morning

Just hours after the clocks are rolled back in Alberta early Sunday morning, a whole new way of handling patient health records will roll

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Deaths at Indigenous health clinics not being investigated, documents show – National

Ina Matawapit was barely conscious – intoxicated and suffering from a blow to the head – when police drove her to the North Caribou

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Edmonton police and health sector must work together, chief says

A stronger link between the health sector and policing is needed to address some key crime concerns in Edmonton, says police Chief Dale McFee. At

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Northern Saskatchewan students receive free dental and health check-ups

Students and professionals travelled to northern Saskatchewan over a two-day period in late September to provide health and dental services to Indigenous communities. Oral

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Enhanced training for mental health calls on the way, says Edmonton police

Edmonton police plan to enhance training for frontline officers responding to mental health complaints. The move comes as a new report shows Mental Health Act

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28 per cent of men believe they could lose their job if they discuss mental health at work: study – National

Suicide remains the biggest cause of death for Canadian men under the age of 44, but new research by the Movember Foundation found that men

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