Legal Chronicle: First Nations and Taxes

Marie-Claude André-Grégoire * is Innu and lawyer. She agreed to be our guide to the Indian Act, making us discover through her columns the ins and outs of a law with a colonialist... Read more »

Kativik School Board in Nunavik calls on the Minister of Education

The President of the Kativik School Board in Nunavik, Alicie Nalukturuk, asks the Minister of Education, Recreation and Sports of Quebec Sébastien Proulx to appoint a representative to resolve the issue of... Read more »

Canadian Created Shirt Monitors Breathing Rates

MONTREAL – Researchers at Université Laval’s Center for Optics, Photonics and Laser (COPL) have created an intelligent garment that allows the user to measure the respiratory rate of the wearer remotely and... Read more »

10-year-old Girl in India “Allowed” To Have Abortion After Being Raped

A panel of doctors has accepted the request of a girl aged 10, who is a victim of rape from the Haryana state of India kaskazni of abortion. Dr Ashok Chauhan told... Read more »

Scientists Created 3-D printed Ovary

3D printers may be able to allow women with fertility problems to complete a pregnancy. Tuesday, May 16, the journal Nature Communications publishes the results of the work of a team of... Read more »

Doctors Issue Warning About Sushi Parasites Anisakiasis

Doctors are warning people who eat sushi Sushi the dangers of ingesting parasites from raw and undercooked fish. Writing in the British journal BMJ Case Reports, researchers based in Lisbon, Portugal, found... Read more »

Powassan virus prompts officials to expand tick monitoring

Summer is nearly here, and it’s bringing fears of a rare tick-borne disease called Powassan. This potentially life-threatening virus is carried and transmitted by three types of ticks, including the deer tick... Read more »

What Ever Happened To That Smoking Baby?

The images had shocked the entire world in 2010. Today, the Indonesian baby smoker has grown up and is in much better health! In 2010, the images of Ardi Rizal, only 2... Read more »

U.S. Feds Back Down On Salt Whole Grain Standards For School Lunches

Schools in the U.S. won’t have to cut the salt in meals just yet and they can serve kids fewer whole grains, under changes to federal nutrition standards announced Monday. The move... Read more »

Detroit area doctors indicted over genital mutilation of two seven-year-old girls

DETROIT – A grand jury indicted two doctors and a third person on Wednesday in an alleged scheme to perform genital mutilation on two girls from Minnesota at a Detroit-area clinic. Dr.... Read more »