City Committee Hears Growing Concern Over Lethbridge Physician Shortage – Lethbridge | The Canadian News

Family medicine in Lethbridge was the first item on the agenda of the city’s social and cultural policy committee this week. The main message: Lethbridge has few doctors. Read more: Lethbridge-West MLA Calls For UCP ‘Action Plan’ To Address City’s Physician Shortage Representatives from Alberta Health Services and the Chinook Primary Care Network detailed how […]

Food bank usage hits record in Ontario

Breadcrumb Trail Links Local news Author of the article: Dave battagello Roger Fordham prepares food at New Song Church, Thursday, December 2, 2021. According to Feed Ontario, demand for food banks has reached record levels in Ontario. Photo by Dax Melmer /Windsor Star Article content Use of food banks has risen to record levels in […]

Lifestyle Changes May Improve Overall Brain Health Outcomes and Reduce Chances of Dementia, Experts Say | Watch news videos online

Across Canada, today is Women’s Brain Health Day. Getting a diagnosis of Alzheimer’s or dementia can be devastating, whether you or a loved one gets the news. The numbers show that women are most at risk. As Katherine Ward reports, there are many things people can do now for better opportunities in the future. […]

Alberta Indigenous Representatives Prepare to Meet the Pope this Month at the Vatican | The Canadian News

Representatives of Alberta’s indigenous communities hope to continue reconciliation efforts by sharing their stories with Pope Francis later this month. A group of around 30 First Nations, Metis and Inuit delegates from across Canada will have private meetings with the Pope beginning December 17. They are expected to tell personal stories about the legacy of […]

Tax-backed city debt is reduced to zero

Breadcrumb Trail Links Local news Author of the article: Brian cross Publication date: 02 Dec 2021 • 19 minutes ago • 4 minute read • Join the conversation Chief Financial Officer Joe Mancina, left, and Managing Director Jason Reynar, far right, join Mayor Drew Dilkens in a press conference to outline the 2022 municipal budget […]

Gita Gopinath becomes IMF number two

The chief economist of the IMF Gita Gopinath will become number two of the International Monetary Fund. Gita Gopinath, who will turn 50 next week, replaces the deputy director general Geoffrey Okamoto, who leaves the institution. She will thus become the second woman to hold the position after the American Anne Krueger (2001-2006). On October […]

Polytechnique White Rose Ceremony Honors Alberta Student | Watch news videos online

This year’s Polytechnic White Rose ceremony honored an engineering student in Montreal on Thursday. The Alberta native who studied chemical engineering is currently working toward her master’s degree and says she aspires to work on sustainable energy. thecanadianThe Canadian News Canada’s largets news curation site with over 20+ agency partners

Ontario’s Darlington Nuclear Plant to Receive First New Reactor in Decades | Watch news videos online

A new state-of-the-art nuclear reactor has been announced for the Darlington Nuclear Generating Station in Bowmanville, Ontario. It would be the first reactor built in Canada in about three decades. As Albert Delitala reports, it promises to promote green energy goals and create jobs. thecanadianThe Canadian News Canada’s largets news curation site with over […]

Canucks Week Ahead: Here’s Home Cooking

Breadcrumb Trail Links Vancouver Canucks sports NHL Hockey The Vancouver Canucks’ playoff hopes are flashing. They’ll be playing almost exclusively at home from now until Christmas, so it’s now or never to make up ground in any postseason quest. Author of the article: Patrick Johnston Publication date: 02 Dec 2021 • 15 minutes ago • […]