Canadas universal healthcare system has one big shortcoming: it doesnt cover the cost of prescription drugs, meaning many Canadians go without medicationIn his told Sanders in a recent podcast. I have patients who take their pills every other day, or who take them for a few weeks and then have
After their rescue last week from Taliban-linked militants, the children of Joshua Boyle and Caitlan Coleman see their new home as a magical wonderlandAfter years of living underground, shuffled between cells no bigger than a bathtub, the three children of a US-Canada couple held for years by Islamist militants are
Caitlan Colemans father calls Joshua Boyles decision to take his pregnant wife to Afghanistan on a backpacking trip unconscionableThe parents of an American woman who was rescued with her Canadian husband and three children after five years in captivity have said they were elated that the family is safe
Nick Woodman has focused on making GoPro’s cameras easier to use and more appealing to a broader base of consumers. The new Hero6 camera is compatible with the QuickStories application, which automatically creates short videos from the captured content. The company is aiming its Fusion camera at its core base
Santander bank decides to shut Queermuseu in Porto Alegre, a move Brazilian artists say represents dangerous censorshipA storm over artistic freedom and censorship has erupted in Brazil after an art exhibition at a multinational banks cultural centre was cancelled following a campaign by rightwing protesters. The controversy broke out when
(CNN)Hurricane Irma was a Category 5 storm when it crashed through the Caribbean, leaving at least 36 people dead in its wake before moving on to Florida.The three largest of the US Virgin Islands; St. Croix, St. John and St. Thomas, were affected, as were smaller surrounding islands.Jennifer Stephens
The worst-hit islands are barely habitable after enduring the destructive power of hurricanes 185mph windsWe had cars flying over our head, we had 40ft containers flying left and right, said Knacyntar Nedd, chairwoman of the Barbuda council. People were literally tying themselves to roofs with ropes to hold them down.