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Source: Kaushik Narasimhan via Flickr by Sandra De Grandis Monday Nov. 18 kicked off National Addiction Awareness Week (NAAW), with the 2013 focus being “youth drug prevention.” The initiative is supported by the Canadian Centre...

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According to provincial government documents, private sector businesses in Ontario are not complying with provincial disability accessibility laws....

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Nov 12 marks the first day of Credit Education Week and things aren’t looking great for Canadians. According to a study released today, the majority of Canadians feel as though they are not in control...

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Senate scandal debate carries on

October 28, 2013 | 0 Comments

The Senate’s Conservative caucus met Monday to determine the appropriate punishment of senators Mike Duffy, Pamela Wallin and Patrick Brazeau. The three senators are facing suspension without pay after a Deloitte audit found they made...

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Suzuki most admired Canadian in poll

October 21, 2013 | 0 Comments

A new poll released today by Angus Reid has named David Suzuki as the most admired Canadian. ...

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The Ontario Council of Agencies Serving Immigrants (OCASI) has launched a new website and phone app today, which aims to assist young newcomers learn and study for their citizenship test, while understanding the benefit and...

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A man and woman are battling life threatening injuries after a two alarm fire set blaze to semi-detached residential building near Dufferin and Dundas Ave....

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Middle East Respiratory Syndrome coronavirus [MERS-CoV] is causing concern for millions of Muslims who will make their way to Mecca this month for the annual Hajj pilgrimage....

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Get ready to put your best foot forward because the Good Foot “Oktober Foot” campaign kicks off today in an attempt to raise awareness and get new customers on board....

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New superbugs cause problems

September 17, 2013 | 0 Comments

  Sandra De Grandis Reducing hospital acquired infections [HAI] not only saves lives but may reduce health care costs, according to a study done by the Journal of the American Medical Association published this month....

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