The Aboriginal Women’s Survey team is resuming despite a wave of resignations

Following the concerns raised by the wave of resignations on the team of the National Survey of Missing and Deported Aboriginal Women and Girls (ENFFADA), Michèle Audette, one of the five commissioners,... Read more »

Montreal Closing The Doors On People With Disabilities

Over the past month, four homes with 22 children and adults with severe disabilities or mental health problems have closed their doors in Montreal. And more than 200 similar resources could suffer the... Read more »

Justin Trudeau Uses Canada’s 150 Celebration To Talk About Aboriginal Issues

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau believes that the 15 th anniversary of Confederation is the opportunity to “celebrate the achievements of our great country, to reflect on our past and at the present... Read more »

World Indigenous Nations Games Underway in Edmonton

The first day of competition for the World Indigenous Nations Games was held Sunday in the Edmonton area. A relaxed atmosphere hosted archery and canoeing events. The WIN Games were designed to... Read more »

Antibacterial Soaps Could Be Dangerous: Study

TORONTO – It is better to wash your hands rather than using hydroalcoholic gel. This was announced by some 200 researchers who co-authored a panel on June 20, “The Florence Statement” published in... Read more »

Patrons of Toronto restaurant exposed to hepatitis A

Toronto – Toronto Public Health is notifying anyone who has consumed beverages or food at O’Grady’s Restaurant, Church Street, June 7-23 that they may have contracted hepatitis A. The authorities confirmed that an... Read more »

Infant Overheats On Plane, United Apologizes

According to media reports Thrusday, a mother in Colorado claims she wasn’t allowed off a delayed United Airlines flight despite fears her baby’s life was in danger. Superior resident Emily France and... Read more »

Prince Edward Island: Right Whale Carcass To Be Investigated

The Canadian Coast Guard and Fisheries and Oceans Canada towed the carcass of a right whale to a beach on Prince Edward Island in an attempt to understand what killed more than... Read more »

Canadian Researchers Develop Cancer Detection Probe

An optical probe that can be used to detect cancer cells in a 100% accurate way has been developed by Quebec researchers. In 2015, a Montreal team (Polytechnique Montréal, CRCHUM and Neuro... Read more »

Was Quebec History Float Racist Or Just Poorly Thought Out?

MONTREAL – A video of the opening ceremony of the National Day Parade, held on Saturday afternoon in Montreal, ignited the web and was viewed nearly 200,000 times in the late afternoon.... Read more »