It’s all hands on deck amongst Ontario’s research community to find treatments and ultimately a vaccine for COVID-19, and though both are likely months
Alberta researchers are hopeful that an antiviral drug engineered to treat the deadly Ebola virus will prove a viable treatment in the ongoing fight
Mary Anne Conrad says she isn’t afraid to die. She’s just asking for a little more time. The Nova Scotia woman lives with Evans
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A former Somali refugee and foster child who is facing deportation will be released from the Edmonton Remand Centre where he has been held since
Game of Thrones actor Kit Harington is undergoing treatment after the end of the HBO television series in which he starred as the heartthrob
A prominent Winnipeg doctor who helped lead the fight against AIDS and HIV in the ’80s is retiring after 52 years of practice. Dr.
Occupational Health and Safety says it is investigating after a worker died following an incident at the water treatment plant in Lethbridge, Alta., on Friday.
The province has unveiled a plan to increase the number of people receiving deep brain stimulation (DBS) treatment for Parkinson’s disease. According to a
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