While this year’s flu enters its mid-season, medical professionals debate whether or not the unpredictable illness has reached its peak.
Though much of the history of Indigenous peoples is passed down through oral means, researchers have found traces of bones and weapons from 13,500 years ago.
The report in the Journal for Medical Ethics is “intended as a road map through the still-emerging legal and ethical landscape of paediatric MAID.”
Leaside resident Deanne Puder’s eyes teared up as she addressed the close to 400 people gathered at Wilket Creek Park on Sept. 23 for Toronto’s ninth annual Bladder Cancer Canada Awareness Walk.
It was Puder’s first time organizing the walk in honour of her father, Ingo Puder, who died of bladder cancer in October of 2017.
There have been hundreds of cases of raccoon distemper in the last few years in Toronto. The virus had led many people to believe that the cause was rabies.
There are over 22,000 species of plants in South Africa, and Anna Leggatt set out to see them all.
Leggatt shared her recent journey with the East York Garden Club, as well as her encounters with other life forms along the way.