Monthly Archives: May, 2022

Minister Shandro and Mayor Sohi have 'productive' discussion on Edmonton safety

"We were listening to all the work the city manager and the mayor were telling us are being now down by Edmonton. It was...

Drug decriminalization unlikely to be pursued by most provinces despite B.C. approval

Provincial and territorial officials who reacted to Tuesday's approval or spoke with Global News indicated they will not follow B.C.'s lead, at least not...

U.S. Justice Department asks court to reverse order lifting mask mandate on planes

The Justice Department asked a federal appeals court to overturn an order that declared the government mandate masks on airplanes, buses and in transit hubs...

Edmonton police investigating disposed drug lab in Blatchford community

Close to 300 litres of chemicals and 63 kilograms of white powders were found at the site

Quebec to use HPV test to screen for cervical cancer, replacing Pap test

A Quebec health-care research institute said in a January report that the HPV test is more sensitive than a Pap smear and could allow...

Canadian and B.C. government set to make announcement about B.C.’s overdose crisis

It is expected to be related to B.C.'s application for an exemption from Canada's drug laws to decriminalize possession of small amounts of illicit...

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