TORONTO — McDonald's Canada relaxed on Tuesday its policy for how it handles allergens such as peanuts, a move critics say reverses its long-standing position as a safe place for people living with allergies.
VANCOUVER — Researchers at the University of British Columbia say a drug treatment that is key to the successful fight against HIV infection could leave patients prone to other diseases, such as syphilis.
TORONTO — The chief of the Grassy Narrows First Nation says he welcomes Ontario's promise to find mercury hot spots that have poisoned the water, but he wants the federal government to commit to cleaning up the contamination.
GATINEAU, Que. — A woman who was told to expose her breasts for a routine military medical exam in 2005 didn't initially come forward with her complaint over fears there would be repercussions for her career, a court martial heard Tuesday.
Canadians taking out a CMHC-insured loan to buy a home face higher costs as of March 17. Here's a look at how the changes announced Tuesday by Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp. will affect new borrowers:
TORONTO — About a third of Canadian adults being treated for asthma don't actually have the respiratory disorder, either because they have been misdiagnosed or have gone into remission, research suggests.