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RCMP’s ‘Name the Foal’ contest to name new police horses now open for entries

Descrease article font size Increase article font size The young horses could one day be part of the world famous Musical Ride — but first, they need names. The horses were born recently at a farm in Ontario that breeds…

‘Careful evaluation needed’: Seemingly contradictory studies of B.C.’s safer supply released

Peer-reviewed research is emerging about the possible impact of British Columbia’s safer supply program, which provides prescription alternatives to toxic illicit drugs. Two studies in international medical journals cast the strategy in a different light. One found the program was…

‘Oatzempic’ is gaining steam online. What is this weight loss trend? – National

A new social media craze is making the rounds with the emergence of a drink trend dubbed “oatzempic” promising remarkable weight loss outcomes. Yet, as excitement mounts, one nutrition expert cautions about the potential risks associated with this trend. The…

Remote work and how it’s shaping where people are now buying homes in Ontario

This article is the fifth in Global News’ Spring Housing Buzz series, where we will investigate a number of different areas related to the spring real estate market in Ontario. You can read Part 1 here, Part 2 here, Part 3 here and…

Sticky spot: Canada’s maple syrup production hits 5-year low, reserves sink

It’s a sticky situation for Canada’s maple syrup producers. Reserves of the popular pancake topper are dwindling and new numbers from Statistics Canada show maple syrup production has hit a five-year low. According to the government, production dropped from a…

The kids are not okay. New data shows Canadians under-30 ‘very unhappy’ – National

When it comes to happiness worldwide, Canadians appear to be a pretty content bunch, according to the 2024 World Happiness Report. But dive deeper, and the data suggests the kids are not okay. “Canada is on a bit of a…

Golfing, gardening may be linked to ALS risk. Here’s how – National

With spring finally arriving, Canadians may eagerly consider resuming hobbies like gardening and golfing. But researchers are warning of potential health risks associated with these hobbies, especially those that heighten pesticide exposure. Research published in the Journal of Neurological Sciences…

Olivia Munn credits this online tool for helping diagnose her breast cancer – National

Actress Olivia Munn revealed on Wednesday that she recently underwent a double mastectomy following a breast cancer diagnosis, and credited an online risk assessment tool for saving her life. The 43-year-old took to Instagram to share her breast cancer story, saying…

Tapeworm eggs found in man’s brain. Undercooked bacon may be to blame – National

A 52-year-old man from the United States got a startling surprise after he was hospitalized for his worsening migraines – he was told parasitic tapeworm larvae in his brain were the cause. The unidentified man had been complaining of week-long,…

The biggest clues that exposed Kate Middleton’s ‘edited’ family photo – National

A photo released by Kate Middleton, Princess of Wales, over the weekend was meant to calm speculation as to her whereabouts. Instead, it had the opposite effect. The plan backfired and blew up, after five major news agencies issued a…