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REGINA - Saskatchewan's Opposition says the government is trying to muzzle a care aide who spoke out about working conditions at a seniors home.

NDP deputy leader Trent Wotherspoon raised the issue i

EDMONTON - Alberta Liberal Leader David Swann says if his team forms government after the provincial election it would put more resources into illness prevention.

Swann says preventing Albertans from

OTTAWA - Those who have to take time away from work to care for a dying loved one will get more help from the federal government.

Finance Minister Joe Oliver's new budget sets aside $37 million more

VANCOUVER - A University of British Columbia study suggests medical marijuana patients are struggling to access cannabis under current regulations and many are turning to the black market.

The study,

TORONTO - The number of Canadians with end-stage kidney disease has steadily risen over the last decade, but a new report shows the number of donor organs available for transplant continues to lag far

REGINA - Saskatchewan's Ministry of Health says a laboratory error resulted in 32 drug test samples being matched to the wrong patients.

The samples were to determine if people were possibly abusing


TORONTO - Doctors from Sick Kids and Toronto General hospitals will issue an update today on a potentially life-saving liver transplant for a three-year-old Kingston, Ont., girl.

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DALLAS - A Texas district judge on Monday put on hold a hospital operator's efforts to seek a worker's compensation claim for a nurse who contracted Ebola while caring for the first U.S.

REGINA - A care aide who works at a Saskatoon seniors home says he was suspended with pay because he spoke out about conditions of his work.

Peter Bowden told reporters earlier this month that reside