Doctor was performing thorough medical exams, didn’t sexually assault patients, defence lawyers insist

WARNING: This article contains graphic content and may affect those who have experienced​ ​​​sexual violence or know someone affected by it. Lawyers for a former Manitoba doctor accused of sexually assaulting his patients presented their closing arguments in court Tuesday, maintaining he was performing medical exams in a proper way.  But the Crown challenged that … Read more

Fans across the world are tuned in to the Women’s World Cup, including here locally

7 hours ago News Duration 3:44 CBC’s Meg Roberts sits down with former teammate, Andrea Parr, who coaches the University of Windsor’s women’s soccer team and her former coach, Stacey Ditchfield, who has led high school soccer teams for nearly two decades to talk about the impact the FIFA Women’s World Cup can have on … Read more

Sask. receives $20.3M in federal money over four years to address gender-based violence

The federal government is giving Saskatchewan $20.3 million over four years to address gender-based violence in the province through a national action plan. “This isn’t just about a physical act. It’s about financial, emotional toll — and the mental toll that the survivors carry for the rest of their lives. It’s about how we bring men and boys … Read more

Evacuees from Eabametoong First Nation host powwow in Thunder Bay, Ont., as state of emergency nears 3rd week

Nearly three weeks after being forced from their homes, evacuees from Eabametoong First Nation in northwestern Ontario are finding ways to cope, including by taking care of their physical and mental well-being.  The remote Ojibway First Nation of about 1,600 people is approximately 360 kilometres north of Thunder Bay. Though it has been under a long-term boil-water advisory … Read more

Man responsible for stabbing in downtown Sudbury sentenced to 10 years

The man who stabbed Jeffrey Drysdale, 39, on December 15, 2021 on Larch street in downtown Sudbury has received a 10 year prison sentence. Originally charged with second-degree murder, Patrick Johnson, pleaded not guilty and guilty to the lesser offence of manslaughter on Monday in Sudbury court. Johnson, 26, who is from the Bahamas, was … Read more

We have more data to power A.I. than anyone in the industry

ShareShare Article via FacebookShare Article via TwitterShare Article via LinkedInShare Article via Email Ryan Schneider, Anywhere Real Estate CEO, joins ‘The Exchange’ to discuss expanding Anywhere Real Estate’s high-margin franchise business, leveraging AI to understand industry data better, and using augmented reality for virtual renovations and remote site visits.

Call inquiry into Canada’s COVID-19 response, medical journal urges – National

A new series published in the BMJ medical journal is calling for an independent inquiry into Canada’s COVID-19 response. Experts from 13 organizations across Canada, including doctors, nurses, researchers, law and humanitarian specialists, along with Jocalyn Clark, a Canadian who is the BMJ’s international editor, wrote the seven articles published late Monday. “We see this … Read more