Quebec man found guilty in death of pregnant woman struck outside hospital in 2016

By Staff The Canadian Press Posted October 9, 2019 3:36 pm Smaller font Descrease article font size –A Larger font Increase article font size A+ A Quebec City man who’d been urged not to drive by doctors because of his…

‘It’s a historical day’: Sask. government funding gives epilepsy patients hope

On Monday, the Saskatchewan government announced funding for a dedicated epilepsy unit at Saskatoon’s Royal University Hospital (RUH). With more than 10,000 people living with epilepsy and the only province without a dedicated unit, the government is now pledging $1.3…

Doctors from all over North America help Calgary girl fight for her life

Three-year-old Jemma Graham headed off to school on Wednesday, March 20 like it any other day. Soon after, she developed a fever that lasted two days. By the following Monday, her parents didn’t know how long she had to live.…

No update from Sask. gov’t on funding for a dedicated epilepsy unit

Saskatchewan continues to be the only province without a dedicated seizure unit for epilepsy patients and with 10,000 people living with epilepsy, the government has yet to commit. Now the Royal University Hospital Foundation is pledging to fundraise $500,000 for…