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Seniors' residence fire - Are seniors put at risk because of sprinkler costs?
The Queen has sent condolences and many politicians are expressing their sympathies after a fire that killed numerous people in a seniors' residence, but seniors' advocacy activist Susan Eng says governments continue to allow owners of residences to save money, rather than impose basic safety measures such a water sprinkler system.
Canadians pride themselves on battling cold winter weather, and cold snaps across the country this year have proven particularly challenging. So they may have been disappointed when the Globe and Mail reported today that Canada is no longer the coldest country in the world.
Apparently that was discovered about a dozen years ago by climatologists who realized that the ...
Environmental groups have launched a lawsuit against the Canadian government approval for the commercial production of genetically modified salmon eggs.
The American company, Aqua Bounty Technologies, has an experimental production facility in Canada’s maritime province of Prince Edward Island. They have modified Atlantic salmon eggs with genes from chinook salmon and the eel-like ocean pout to create ...
Briefing notes, what the minister will say when disaster strikes
Newly released documents outline what Canada's Public Safety Minister Steven Blaney is supposed to say when a disaster strikes. Talking points cover terrorist attacks and natural disasters in Canada and in the United States, and an assault on electronic networks, according to a Canadian press article by journalist Jim Bronskill.
For instance, in the event of a terrorist incident ...