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ONTARIO: New strategies must be implemented to deal with opioid crisis, science table says

ONTARIO: New strategies must be implemented to deal with opioid crisis, science table says

Rates of fatal opioid overdoses increased by 60 per cent in Ontario since the pandemic hit the province in full force in March 2020
CANADA: Federal leaders back on the hustings after back-to-back debates

CANADA: Federal leaders back on the hustings after back-to-back debates

Heading into the debates, polls suggested the Liberals and Conservatives were locked in a dead heat
WORLD: Twenty years after 9/11, the U.S. finds itself on the other side of the looking-glass

WORLD: Twenty years after 9/11, the U.S. finds itself on the other side of the looking-glass

WASHINGTON — Fiery explosions, the innocent falling from the sky, presidential vows of vengeance: America's 20-year war on terror seemed to end much the way it began.
ONTARIO: Court finds province broke law on lack of public consultations

ONTARIO: Court finds province broke law on lack of public consultations

The Superior Court of Justice says the minister of municipal affairs acted "unreasonably and unlawfully" by consulting with the public months after it enacted changes
WORLD: Twenty years later, Canadians reflect on their efforts after the 9/11 attacks

WORLD: Twenty years later, Canadians reflect on their efforts after the 9/11 attacks

Mark Turik is one of many Canadians reflecting on the tragedy, and the work he did to try to help in its aftermath, as the 20th anniversary of the terrorist attack approaches
OPINION: NFL and NHL salary caps have worked out well for players

OPINION: NFL and NHL salary caps have worked out well for players

Salary caps limit the amount of money a professional sports team can spend on their athletes
WORLD: 9/11 terrorist attacks, ensuing war propelled Canada's military into 21st century

WORLD: 9/11 terrorist attacks, ensuing war propelled Canada's military into 21st century

Canada at its peak had about 2,300 soldiers in Afghanistan alone. Today, it has less than that spread across 20 different missions, a reflection of the lack of public and political will and enthusiasm for military interventions abroad
COVID-19: How parents can be ‘emotion coaches’ as kids navigate back-to-school

COVID-19: How parents can be ‘emotion coaches’ as kids navigate back-to-school

Noticing, validating and managing emotions is an important part of family health and wellness
CANADA: Return of events pushes hosts to address vaccination, COVID tests and masks

CANADA: Return of events pushes hosts to address vaccination, COVID tests and masks

With vaccination efforts now widespread and COVID-19 levels well below their Canadian highs, corporations and party circuit regulars are becoming more comfortable with bringing back their favourite fetes
COVID-19: Is the harm of school closures greater than the risk of the virus?

COVID-19: Is the harm of school closures greater than the risk of the virus?

For children, the risks associated with school closures have surpassed the health risks associated with COVID-19