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Corporate pressure led Shoppers Drug Mart staff to bill unnecessary medication reviews, pharmacists say

CBC News spoke with former Shoppers Drug Mart pharmacy employees who believe the company is taking advantage of the MedsCheck service by pushing staff to bill for consultations patients don't necessarily need. The company can then bill the province up to $75 per call.
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What the first swing-state primary in Michigan told us about Biden-Trump rematch

Each candidate got good news – and a flashing warning sign
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Now, that's friendly competition: 3 skiers at N.L. Winter Games link arms and finish together

Three skiers on two cross-country-skiing teams at the Newfoundland and Labrador Games decided they're better friends than competitors — so they linked arms and crossed the finish line together.

Husband sues Disney for wife's death after eating 'allergy-safe' restaurant meal

The husband of a New York doctor who died shortly after dining at a Disney Springs restaurant last year accused Walt Disney Parks and Resorts of negligence in a 19-page lawsuit filed in Florida.
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WATCH | Parents paying for your groceries? Totally normal

A survey from the Pew Research Center suggests 44 per cent of adults aged 18-34 in the U.S. received financial help from their parents in the past year, including for basic expenses like groceries. Andrew Chang explains this isn't the first time young people have leaned harder on their families.

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