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VICTORIA - A fierce critic of British Columbia's Children and Family Development Ministry was singing its praises Tuesday over the campaign to find families to adopt 300 children.

Independent Represe

TORONTO - Doctors are increasingly turning to brain stimulation therapy, a non-invasive procedure that uses electromagnetic energy, to treat severe depression that doesn't respond to standard antidepr


TORONTO - A new study says that women who have donated a kidney are at higher risk of developing gestational hypertension or a potentially dangerous condition called pre-eclampsia during pregnancies t

EDMONTON - Edmonton police continue to investigate why a man died after being arrested.


EDMONTON - Alberta's chief medical officer of health is panning quarantines for healthy people returning from Ebola-infected countries.


SASKATOON - Scientists using the Canadian Light Source synchrotron in Saskatoon have successfully used X-rays to produce medical isotopes.

Director Mark de Jong says it's a breakthrough that could ev

TORONTO - Health Canada says two baby-wipe products are being recalled due to bacterial contamination, which has caused a number of consumer complaints about adverse health effects following their use


TORONTO - The federal government has announced it will conduct a clinical trial of the made-in-Canada Ebola vaccine.

But the trial will be conducted in Halifax, halfway across the country from the on