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Capital gains change: CMA ‘deeply concerned’ about impact on health care – GLOBAL

May 23, 2024 The Canadian Medical Association says it is “deeply concerned” about how the federal government’s plan to increase the capital gains inclusion rate could further harm the health-care system. In a statement Thursday, the CMA says the rate change proposed in the federal budget will worsen barriers to retaining and recruiting physicians as […]

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Coaldale woman takes her fight with cancer across the border – GLOBAL

May 23, 2024 Katie Norman has been battling cancer for almost four years. It began with a gastrointestinal stromal tumour, also known as GIST, a rare cancer that forms in the digestive system. Norman, 34, found out about her diagnosis after an MRI found a large tumour obstructing her bowels had grown into her pancreas. […]

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Ottawa willing to add to list of medications covered by pharmacare bill: minister – CTV

May 24, 2024 OTTAWA – Health Minister Mark Holland says the government is open to adding more medications to the list of drugs covered by its proposed pharmacare program. Holland made the comments at a parliamentary committee studying the Liberals’ pharmacare bill. Conservative health critic Stephen Ellis asked the minister why semaglutide — a class […]

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Ontario patients visiting emergency rooms out of fear of being booted by family doctor – CTV

May 24, 2024 It was a busy night in the emergency department of a hospital in London, Ont., and Jennefer Muir, a registered nurse of 16 years, was working the triage desk when a mother came in with an ear-infected child. “I asked them why they didn’t go to their family doctor, why they didn’t […]

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What is ‘slapped cheek disease’ and should parents be concerned? – CTV

May 24, 2024 Also known as “slapped cheek disease” for the red rash it can cause on children’s faces, fifth disease is a common viral infection that affects the skin, airway and joints. Despite its rough nickname, experts say symptoms are usually mild and not a cause for concern. “This disease is a very common […]

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Ontario will never live down the shame of Grassy Narrows – TVO

May 24, 2024 OPINION: A Dryden paper mill stopped adding new mercury to the waters upstream of Grassy Narrows First Nation decades ago — but it may not have stopped causing harm Without fail, every time Grassy Narrows First Nation or the Wabigoon River are in the news, I find myself returning to a simple […]

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Trudeau’s promised made-in-Canada vaccine plant hasn’t produced any shots – CBC

Four years after the plant was first pitched, not a single vial of vaccine has rolled off the line May 24, 2024 At the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau made a multi-million dollar funding commitment to build a vaccine plant in Montreal to churn out Canadian-made COVID-19 shots by the end […]

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Don’t take our jobs, First Nations spokesman tells Canadian PM – Fish Farming Expert

friday 24, 2024 Failure to renew current salmon farming licences in British Columbia will put a remotely located First Nation at risk and will result in it suffering annual economic losses of $2.82 million in economic output, $2.8m in employment income, and 60 jobs, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has been told. The grim prospect […]

by ahnationtalk on May 24, 202411 Views

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Canadian dairy farmers urged to think about bird flu protections as U.S. identifies 2nd case – CBC

Canada’s 11,000 dairy farms could be impacted by a positive case May 24, 2024 As the U.S. identified a second human case of bird flu linked to dairy cows this week, some Canadian dairy farmers and veterinarians are on guard, taking measures like stocking up on personal protective equipment. The latest patient, a farm worker […]

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Indigenous students get first-hand look at job opportunities – The Peterborough Examiner

May 24, 2024 Skilled trades fair held for students at Hiawatha First Nation. Hiawatha First Nation hosted a skilled trades fair for Indigenous students from the local Catholic school board on Thursday. Hiawatha First Nation, the Peterborough Victoria Northumberland and Clarington Catholic District School Board and Ontario Power Generation organized the event. The purpose was […]

by ahnationtalk on May 24, 202412 Views

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