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Apple: Software flaws in latest WikiLeaks docs are all fixed
Apple said purported hacking vulnerabilities disclosed by WikiLeaks this week have all been fixed in recent iPhones and Mac computers.
Kraft Heinz lays off 200 white-collar workers in Canada, U.S.
Kraft Heinz Co. has laid off 200 white-collar workers in Canada and the United States.
'You're playing Russian roulette': Teen addict shares her fear of fentanyl
A Guelph, Ont. teenager who says she’s been struggling with drug addiction for two years shares her fear of losing her life to a drug laced with a deadly dose of fentanyl.
Allergies acting up? A Calgary doctor says 'snow mould' could be to blame
A Calgary family doctor says the melting snow outside could be to blame for allergic reactions such as runny noses and red eyes at this time of year. 'It’s called snow mould but it grows below the snow,' says Dr. Sakina Raj, who is encouraging allergy sufferers to take preventative measures to avoid snow mould.
'We cannot let our guard down': Why TB is still a threat in Canada
Tuberculosis, once known as 'consumption,' killed 1.8 million people around the world last year, and while it is much less common in Canada than India or China, the disease still remains a threat in Canada.
Heimlich hero: Video captures student calmly saving friend's life
A Wisconsin high school student is being called a hero for using the Heimlich manoeuvre to rescue a choking friend in the school cafeteria.
'Handmaid's Tale' adaptation draws ire of Trump supporters
Canadian author Margaret Atwood’s classic novel about a dystopian world has drawn the ire of some Donald Trump supporters, who apparently believe the new series based on the 32-year-old novel is a slight against his administration.
Toddler found alone with corpse in Ottawa apartment unit
Police are investigating after a two-year-old was discovered alone with a dead body inside an Ottawa apartment earlier this week.