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Scientists are saying British Columbia's fish farms are perfect breeding grounds for sea lice, which are killing wild salmon. The scientists' concerns have fallen on deaf ears so far, at both the provincial and federal levels of government.
Canada’s Access to Medicines Regime was supposed to allow generic drug companies to provide medications to developing countries at a low cost, but so far only one shipment of one drug has crossed Canada’s borders under the legislation. Some MPs and activists are hoping Bill C-393 will solve the problems with CAMR.
The government is opening the national telecommuncations industry to foreign investment, which could mean good things for Canadians' cell phone bills and services.
Renewed concern over violence in hockey has made its way onto the federal stage. Recent examples of severe violence on the ice has led to calls to revamp the rulebook and bring in the Criminal Code.
Canada's emergency rooms are set up to handle crises. But people with mental illness say this is where they experience some of the most hurtful discrimination.
Organic food. Hybrid cars. Home composts. Canadians have been quick to embrace all things environmentally friendly. So why aren't they dying to make the next move towards a natural end?
Canada is cracking down on immigration marriage fraud with new legislation that came into effect this year. While some say the new laws are protecting Canadians, others are more skeptical about who it's actually helping.
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Do you know where your food comes from? In a move that is being welcomed by local Ontario farmers, a provincial bill is trying to bring more local food to your dinner table. Reporter Kelsey Johnson has the story.