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Newcomer kids to Canada face chronic health risks. Here's how these researchers hope to help
In recent years, emerging research has found that newcomer children in Canada are developing chronic adult health conditions because of their circumstances. Researchers at McMaster University are looking to create a program that will help keep them healthy.
Tiny bobcat kitten named Lee rescued in last weekend's post-tropical storm
Lee, a bobcat kitten rescued during post-tropical storm Lee in New Brunswick's Jolicure area, will be cared for at the Atlantic Wildlife Institute until next spring.
Barrie, Ont., wanted to ban donations to homeless people on its property. Opponents alerted the UN
A coalition of local and national organizations is using a previously proposed Barrie bylaw amendment to show the United Nations an example of a policy they say criminalizes homelessness in Canada.
How Fiona became a record-breaking Canadian storm
The bad economic times have only just started
43-year-old Canadian marathoner Malindi Elmore one step closer to Paris Olympics after running qualifying standard
'Like recording the Bible': Musicians pay tribute to Ron Hynes with new album
Where did the term 'parental rights' come from?
Man dead after partial collapse of Montréal-Nord building
Man charged with 1st degree murder in Coquitlam, B.C., shooting of RCMP Const. Rick O'Brien
Moneris network outage causes widespread disruption of credit, debit payments
Evacuation order issued in First Nation threatened by northern Alberta wildfire
RCMP officer Rick O'Brien dead, 2 officers injured in Coquitlam shooting
How storm chasers are tracking climate change