Public Health agency of Canada
Young People in New Brunswick Are Getting a Serious Brain Disease and Nobody Knows Why
One-fifth of the cases identified by the public health agency have affected people under the age of 40, with symptoms ranging from muscle spasms to dementia.
Great, US Red Onions May Have Caused a Salmonella Outbreak in Canada
Canadians are being asked to throw away all red onions from the United States because they may be linked to a salmonella outbreak that’s sent 16 to hospital.
Only One Major Ontario City Refuses to Let Police Carry Life-Saving Naloxone
Windsor Police Chief Al Frederick refuses to let his officers carry the drug, despite the pleas of the local police association.
The Case for Making Safe Drug Supply an Election Issue
On a National Day of Action, harm reduction advocates tell us what’s needed to put the overdose crisis on federal leaders’ agendas.
Canada predicts there could be more than 4,000 opioid overdose deaths this year
That’s a spike from the 2,861 opioid overdose deaths in Canada in 2016
‘Six Months Of Hell’: Zika Is Hitting Some Travellers Harder Than Expected
A new study finds that a group of Canadian travellers experienced severe complications more often than anticipated.
The Canadian Government Accidentally Released Identities of Ebola Patients
A bureaucratic bumble exposed sensitive information.