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Pamela Minocha
Pamela Minocha, 33, died in a Toronto hospital after an allergic reaction to dental medication. Her family says they still don't know what happened...
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Hospitals still use flawed secrecy law to review medical errors

Olivia Carville

As the government drags its heels over amending the health secrecy act, hundreds of critical care...

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Community | 17 hours ago
Ditching Prom for Nepal

Ancaster High student Ashley Yu Ditching Prom for Nepal

A week before her prom, Ashley Yu donated the money she had saved to the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees and...

Ancaster News | by Debra Downey
Food | 18 hours ago
Simple Thai Food

She Simmers blogger’s new cookbook tweaks Thai dishes for North American kitchens

Learn how to make chicken soup with fresh turmeric, lemongrass and galangal.

OurWindsor.Ca | by Jennifer Bain
News | 18 hours ago

Production begins for series on Canada's biosphere reserves

PARRY SOUND - Production has officially begun on TVO’s Striking Balance, an eight-by-50-minute docu-series that will take...

Parry Sound North Star
Environment | 19 hours ago
Westfield Heritage Village

Westfield Heritage Village heads into great outdoors

The Hamilton Conservation Authority is hoping the acquisition of 40 hectares of neighbouring land will turn Rockton’s...

Ancaster News | by Richard Leitner
Community | 21 hours ago
Is this your cat?

How did this cat end up in Peterborough?

PETERBOROUGH -- How did a cat with a seven-year-old microchip from Burlington end up in Peterborough? That's the mystery...

Peterborough This Week
Canada | May 29, 2015
PC Roasted Garlic Hummus

Loblaw expands recall of PC hummus, dips

Days after Loblaws recalled its Moroccan-style hummus over bacteria concerns, the list of recalled products has grown...

OurWindsor.Ca | by Sean Wetselaar
Business | May 28, 2015
Airbag recall affects more than 1.5M in Canada-Image1

Airbag recall affects more than 1.5M in Canada

Takata airbag recall expanded to more than 1.5 million vehicles in Canada

World | May 28, 2015

Elephant numbers plunge in Mozambique because of poachers

Study says elephant numbers plunged in Mozambique due to poachers, but Uganda numbers are up

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