It can be scary becoming a first-time parent but a new program in Alberta could set a standard across Canada to make that transition a little bit easier.
Clinical psychologist Patricia Conrod on the details of addiction and dangers young users face
In the latest instalment of Daybreak's look at the legalization of marijuana, a Montreal clinical psychologist warns early pot smokers are more at risk of "becoming dependant on substances of abuse."
Prime Minister backs regenerative medicine research at U of T Engineering and partners
Regenerative medicine is the way of the future for Canadian health care
Tech alliance pushes for federal innovation ministry
In the wake of the Liberals’ decisive election victory, Canada’s largest high-tech trade association is calling for a beefed-up science and technology ministry dedicated to fostering business innovation.
The Shape of the House
An interactive exploration of the 42nd Parliament
Alberta Medical Association Recognizes Six Extraordinary Albertans for Their Contributions to Health Care
The Alberta Medical Association (AMA) will honor six outstanding Albertans for their commitment to improving health care and the lives of all Albertans.
Here are the issues Canadians care about the most this election
According to data from our Policy Face-off Tool, 74 per cent of Canadians have one surprising policy desire. Could science be a sleeper issue?
Make health a national issue again
More than half way through the longest federal election campaign in modern history and hardly a word about one of the biggest issues on Canadians' minds. What is the future of Canada's public health-care system?
International Innovation Part II
President and CEO Deborah Gordon-El-Bihbety elaborates on how Research Canada is helping to tackle top healthcare priorities.
Experts say Canada needs to do more on innovation after country gets a C on innovation report card
OTTAWA - Canada's record on innovation is improving, but experts say governments can do more to support new and emerging businesses.