More than 200 patients in Canada died while waiting for organ transplants in 2018: report – The Globe and Mail

Wait times for organ transplants continue to cost patients their lives across Canada, statistics released Thursday suggest, even as the country has seen a surge in such procedures over the past decade. The data from the Canadian Institute for Health ...

TD profit falls 4 per cent on restructuring charge, higher loan-loss provisions – The Globe and Mail

TD reported quarterly results on Thursday. The Canadian Press Toronto-Dominion Banks fiscal fourth-quarter profit fell 4 per cent, hampered by a restructuring charge and expectations of higher loan losses. Those costs compounded weaker-than-expected ...

Parents, B.C. government baffled after Vancouver School Board rejects plan for new French school – The Globe and Mail

Lisa McAllister spends time with her kids Daria, 4, left, and Niko, 1, in the field where a school was going to be built in the Olympic Village in Vancouver. Rafal Gerszak/The Globe and Mail The Vancouver School Board is resisting a provincial ...

Opinion: Is Canada’s economy keeping up with the Joneses? Unfortunately, the answer is no

David Williams is vice-president of policy at the Business Council of British Columbia. Jock Finlayson is the councils executive vice-president and chief policy officer. Its been about 12 years since the peak of the last business cycle in 2007. And ...

Bank of Canada holds rates steady, sees signs of stabilizing global economy – The Globe and Mail

Bank of Canada Governor Stephen Poloz, in a May 16, 2019, file photo. The Bank of Canada kept its key interest rate unchanged in its final rate decision of 2019. Sean Kilpatrick/The Canadian Press The Bank of Canada kept its key interest rate ...

Average Canadian family will pay about $480 more for groceries in 2020, major study predicts

Food prices are set to increase by about 4 per cent next year, according to a new report meaning the average family will spend about $480 more on groceries in 2020. The forecast, driven in large part by climate change and continuing trade issues, ...

B.C. health authorities intervene in three China-owned senior care facilities after reports of neglect

An administrator was appointed to run the Comox Valley Seniors Village and the Nanaimo Seniors Village, seen here on Dec. 3, 2019, while health authority staff were sent in to run part of the Selkirk Seniors Village in Victoria. CHAD HIPOLITO/The ...

‘Logging scars’ show impact of deforestation in Canada is worse than we know, research finds – The Globe and Mail

A drone image shows roads and other impacts from heavy forestry equipment crisscrossing the landscape of Northern Ontario. Trevor Hesselink/Handout After years of flying across northwestern Ontario on projects related to forest conservation, Trevor ...

Kamala Harris crashes out of Democratic presidential race in stunning reversal of fortunes – The Globe and Mail

The California senator once looked like a strong contender and a successor to Barack Obama in vote-getting appeal. But her campaign was beset by problems and she was unable to raise enough donations to continue. (File Photo) Mike Blake/Reuters ...

Trump rejects censure idea as House panel readies impeachment report vote – The Globe and Mail

U.S. President Donald Trump speaks at Winfield House, in London, on Dec. 3, 2019. The Associated Press President Donald Trump on Tuesday rejected the possibility of U.S. lawmakers censuring him instead of impeaching him over accusations he ...

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