First Nations children living on reserve are likely to continue dying at a rate of 10 times greater than other Canadians until standards for fire safety are enacted, says the Assembly of First Nations Ontario regional chief.
Human breast milk purchased online is being touted as the new fad in muscle-building nutrition, and some fitness enthusiasts in B.C. may be putting down their shaker bottles to pick up baby bottles for a pre-workout pump.
A revised policy on the security of so-called cabinet confidences requires all possible breaches — “however slight” — to be immediately reported to the Prime Minister’s Office or officials in the Privy Council Office, the government’s bureaucratic nerve centre.
'The prime minister of this country has a responsibility to bring people together in this country, not to divide us by pandering to some people’s fears'
Minto is a town in midwestern Ontario, Canada, on the Maitland River in Wellington County. Minto is the eastern terminus of Highway 9. It is named for Gilbert Elliot-Murray-Kynynmound, 4th Earl of Minto; 8th Governor General of Canada.
The Town of Minto was formed in 1999 through the amalgamation of the Township of Minto, the Towns of Harriston and Palmerston, along with the Village of Clifford.