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A one-size-fits-all approach is not relevant in medicine.
That's a national death rate of 8.8 per 100,000 people.
Doctors said some women were so scared to travel alone they would hide their pregnancies.
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The number of Canadian deaths from fentanyl is highest in B.C. and Alberta.
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"Until we start to put the resources there ... the story of murdered and missing is going to go on and on.''
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Trudeau says Canadians voted for his promise to increase funding by three percent a year. Except, that's not what he promised.
“Mr. Trudeau said he wanted collaboration. Is this collaboration?”
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Only two injection sites exist in Canada now.
"They spoke about how difficult this has been."
By 2031, it is estimated 1.4 million Canadians will develop dementia — up from 750,000 in 2011.
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The health minister was in B.C. to discuss fentanyl deaths.
Technology has been a staple in businesses, governments and other organizations for many years. Why are hospitals so far behind? Not only would the better use of the new fangled Internet and office software and procedures save time, it could improve quality of care. What other sector still uses pre-computer administrative practices?
"There is certainly no intention to make accusations," said the federal health minister.
The move comes after a spending review.