Some viable organs have not been recovered from deceased donors in Ontario in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, as hospitals in the province temporarily scale back procedures that aren’t deemed essential, according to a leading transplant specialist in Toronto. Hospitals across the province have hit pause on many transplant procedures, involvingRead More →

On top of the grief of having lost his brother when Flight PS752 crashed in Iran, Masoud Pourjam is struggling with the challenge of resolving his affairs. Mansour Pourjam, a dual Iranian-Canadian citizen, is  among the 57 Canadian citizens and 29 permanent residents bound for Canada who died when the Ukrainian International AirlinesRead More →

Hull–Aylmer MP Greg Fergus is calling on Don Cherry to apologize for comments he made regarding immigrants and Remembrance Day during his Saturday night segment on Hockey Night in Canada. Cherry said during Coach’s Corner that he’s less frequently seeing people wearing poppies to honour fallen Canadian soldiers, singling out those he believesRead More →

An Ottawa women’s right advocate says the verdict in a high-profile sexual assault case involving two former University of Ottawa hockey players could discourage victims from coming forward.  ​A judge delivered her decision Monday and found Guillaume Donovan and David Foucher not-guilty of sexual assault after a trial earlier this year. The two men were charged afterRead More →