OTTAWA — Lawyers representing a man suing the Manitoba government for wrongful conviction say the negative feelings towards their client in Winnipeg remain so intense that he could not find a local lawyer to represent him.
ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — The announcement last week that the only private abortion clinic in New Brunswick would close its doors has made abortion a tangible issue in the federal election and highlighted regional barriers Canadians face accessing the procedure.
OTTAWA — Four days before Canadians go to the polls, the leaders of Canada's three largest federal parties argued Thursday over how the country will be governed if there is no clear winner on election day.
VANCOUVER — Fewer people in British Columbia, Saskatchewan and Ontario were prescribed opioids last year compared with 2013 and the number of patients who began treatment on the pain medication decreased by nearly 10 per cent, the Canadian Institute for Health Information says