FORT FRASER, B.C. — A fragmented system that makes British Columbia responsible for regional districts but gives the federal government authority for First Nations is hampering Indigenous groups in the wildfire fight, community leaders say.
OTTAWA — Canadians are generally supportive of current immigration levels, a survey of public perceptions commissioned by the federal government suggests — but they are also worried and confused when it comes to the issue of asylum seekers.
TORONTO — Hundreds of patients in Ontario did not receive full doses of cancer drugs because of issues with how the intravenous medications were administered, the agency overseeing cancer care in the province found in a recent review.
Toronto's mayor says the city must convey its "strong dissatisfaction" over the Ontario government's move to slash the size of municipal council when local politicians and staff hold a meeting next week to discuss a potential court challenge to the province's decision.
OTTAWA — The loss of Saudi Arabian resident physicians in Canada's hospitals will likely cause delays, but ultimately won't impact the quality of care, says a health care group that represents the majority of university hospitals.