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OTTAWA - Two months after Prime Minister Stephen Harper promised to consult widely on doctor-assisted dying, the federal government has yet to reveal how it intends to canvass Canadians' views on the

EDMONTON - A motion calling on Alberta's education ministry to advise school boards to take a "prudent approach" on the use of wireless technology in schools has been soundly defeated.

The motion, wh

MONTREAL - A massive hospital move is underway in Montreal today as patients are being transferred from the Royal Victoria to the newly-built "superhospital."

Up to 200 patients are expected to be tr

CALGARY - Alberta paramedics are angry about a memo from the government that asks them to fund the purchase of medical equipment through a voluntary payroll deduction.

Elisabeth Ballerman, president

BRANTFORD, Ont.

TORONTO - Health-care advocates are warning that a minor increase in health spending in Ontario will lead to nursing job cuts, hospital closures and poorer drug coverage.

The Liberal government's tot

NEW YORK, N.Y.

SURREY, B.C.

BRANTFORD, Ont.

LONDON - The world's leading malaria vaccine candidate appears to be a disappointment, with final study results showing it doesn't work very well and that initial protection fades over time.

Despite