Contaminated water, poor health care and high cancer rates have plagued this remote First Nation. It’s now on the verge of disappearing
At Northwest Angle 33, residents have asked the government to investigate but that hasn’t happened, and there remains no proven link between the reserve’s water advisories and its cancer rates.
Hindered by past government missteps, Canada’s vaccine efforts may have to heavily rely on other countries for manufacturing
Want the latest COVID-19 health advice? On Twitter, ‘we’re seeing scientific and medical research unfold in real time’
Key moments in Ontario’s slow response to the COVID-19 outbreak in nursing homes
They said there was no playbook for dealing with COVID-19 outbreak at nursing homes. There were several
Early warnings, missteps and key moments in the coronavirus pandemic
Why did Canada drag its feet on N95 advice? Some experts say it’s because we had none to spare
Is there lead in your tap water? Canada-wide investigation exposes dangerous levels of toxic metal
Her landlord didn’t tell her the home she rented had lead pipes — and he didn’t have to
‘We have Flints right across Canada.’ How lead levels in 5 Canadian cities compare to Flint, Michigan
Flushing taps before testing for lead produces misleading results. So why is Toronto telling residents to do it?
This is what access to clean water looks like for a First Nation in a remote corner of Ontario
A third of Ontario schools, daycares have dangerous levels of lead in the water. Search our database to see the test results
The Implant Files
New Brunswick’s Telegraph-Journal wins 2018 Michener Award
Health Canada moves to ban textured breast implants
‘Please take textured breast implants off the market.’ Cancer survivors among Canadians urging FDA hearing to ban devices
‘My entire body was shutting down.’ Breast implant recipients say doctors gloss over risks
Breast-implant-related complications, including cancer, kept secret thanks to broken reporting system
This company has paid millions to settle claims it defrauded U.S. government health programs. Now it’s partnering with Canadian public hospitals
After Star investigation, Alberta regulator will keep doctors’ misdeeds public for 10 years
The move by the province’s medical college comes in the wake of a Star investigation that found 159 doctors who were able to move across the Canada-U.S. border, taking advantage of a broken system that keeps their disciplinary history secret from patients.