VANCOUVER — As the death toll from opioid-related overdoses continues to climb, harm reduction advocates are encouraging the government of British Columbia to expand the scope of its injection sites beyond supervising only intravenous drug use.
VANCOUVER — A "barbaric" crime scene found on the side of a road, shots fired into vehicles in targeted attacks, and murder investigations into the deaths of known gang members have prompted reassurances from British Columbia's public safety minister.
TORONTO — The federal government is experimenting with a relatively new funding model to kick-start a program aimed at helping older Canadians in Ontario and British Columbia manage high blood pressure.
Four people were killed and seven wounded in a mass shooting at a school and a home in the northern Saskatchewan community of La Loche on Jan. 22. An 18-year-old, who was 17 at the time, pleaded guilty Friday.
TORONTO — Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (TSX:CM) has agreed to compensate clients a total of $73.3 million after collecting excess fees for certain mutual funds and investment services over 14 years.