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EDMONTON - Alberta Health Minister Stephen Mandel caught an earful Wednesday from rival candidates over allowing boutique health-care clinics to operate.

"It's nice to be picked on, but that's OK," M

TORONTO - The extraordinary events on Parliament Hill on Wednesday had the look of a Hollywood movie or a video game.

But the fatal shooting of a reservist soldier at the National War Memorial and t

VICTORIA - It took only about four minutes for a family in Victoria to triple in size.

Mark Brown says his wife Alicia gave birth to quadruplets Riley, Emma, Alyssa and Liam between 7:41 a.m.

CHICAGO - Rigorous monitoring of travellers arriving from Ebola-stricken West African countries is being implemented to keep the virus from spreading in the United States.

Key features announced Wedn

WASHINGTON - Americans overwhelmingly want tougher screening for Ebola, according to a poll released as federal health authorities took new steps to do just that.

Many are worried about Ebola spreadi

VANCOUVER - British Columbia's new seniors' advocate is turning to the people who know best about what's working for the elderly and what needs to be improved.

One of Isobel Mackenzie's first actions

HALIFAX - Nova Scotia's Court of Appeal has overturned a lower court's ruling that ordered the provincial government to cover the costs of medical marijuana for a woman who bought the drug from an unl

HALIFAX - The deputy minister of Nova Scotia's Health Department says it will take at least another two years to modernize the fee-code structure doctors use to bill for their services.

Peter Vaughn


TORONTO - The CEO of the company that holds the licence for a Canadian-made Ebola vaccine has a message for people who are frustrated by how long it is taking to get it into use in West Africa.

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