Bioéthique dans l'actualité

April 2017

​1 in 10 Zika pregnancies in U.S. result in birth defects

CBC News, April 4, 2017

Hamilton doctors see 'reality up close,' making house calls to the disadvantaged

CBC News, April 4, 2017

March 2017

X-Rays Of The Earliest Stage Of Alzheimer’s Offer Critical Clue About How It Starts

Huffington Post, March 27, 2017

Care guidelines for cancer survivors often unclear, review finds

CBC News, March 21, 2017 

Patients warned against unproven stem cell treatments after 3 women blinded

CBC News, March 15, 2017

Parents make tough decision to save sick son by having a 'saviour sibling'

CBC News, March 8, 2017 

Ontario health-care workers struggle to track spread of fentanyl epidemic

CBC News, March 2, 2017

Mackley: Genetic discrimination — it’s time for Canada to catch up

Vancouver Sun, March 1, 2017 

February 2017

'Breastfeeding bullies' keep up campaign that 'breast is best'

CBC News, February 28, 2017

‘Take my name off the list, I can’t do any more’: Some doctors backing out of assisted death

February 26, 2017, National Post 

Canadians born in 2030 forecast to live 4 years longer than previous generation

CBC News, February 22, 2017

Organ transplants surge in B.C. because of fentanyl-overdose deaths, doctor says

National Post, February 16, 2017

Scientists soften position on DNA editing of human eggs, sperm, embryos

CBC News, February 14, 2017

What's behind health charity rebranding moves in Canada

CBC News, February 13, 2017

Paralyzed man suing insurer that says injuries don't meet definition of paralysis

CBC News, February 10, 2017

Doctors, nurses 'bring a lot of biases' to work with Indigenous patients, study finds

CBC News, February 6, 2017 

Should sneezing doctors stay home? The ‘big problem’ of doctors who work while infectious

National Post, February 1, 2017

January 2017

Burlington woman spent 6 days without lungs thanks to new, life-saving procedure

CBC News, January 25, 2017

A third of Canadian adults treated for asthma are misdiagnosed or in remission, Ottawa study finds

National Post, January 17, 2017

All Canadians should be able to text 911 in emergency, say deaf advocates

CBC News, January 16, 2017

Dementia risk linked to living close to high-traffic roads

CBC News, January 4, 2017

Katherine Snedaker pushes for more research into impact of concussions on women

CBC News, January 2, 2017 

December 2016

Single dads rate their physical and mental health low

CBC News, December 26, 2016

'Phenomenal news': Large clinical trial confirms Ebola vaccine is highly effective

CBC News, December 22, 2016

Pregnant women are increasingly using marijuana to treat morning sickness, study finds. That’s not good

National Post, December 20, 2016

'Huge gap' between mental health needs and funding, expert says after health deal fails

CBC News, December 19, 2016

First Nations adult cancer survival shows major gap

CBC News, December 13, 2016

Head Case

National Post, December 12, 2016

Canadians with traumatic brain injuries more likely to go to prison

CBC News, December 8, 2016

Confusion over SIDS, SUDI and an undetermined cause of death in infants

CBC News, December 5, 2016

Fighting for the 'right to try': Terminally ill Canadians want legal right to access unproven treatments

Montreal Gazette, December 5, 2016 

Canada-EU trade deal: Costs for new drugs may rise, but not for years

CBC News, December 1, 2016 

November 2016

Ontarians are waiting hours for life-saving surgery: auditor general

CBC News, November 30, 2016

'Put an end' to private MRIs, federal health minister tells Saskatchewan

CBC News, November 28, 2016 

Lawyers' mental health, addiction issues have 'enormous' impact on society

CBC News, November 26, 2016

Marine with arm transplant gives thanks for donor

National Post, November 24, 2016

Experimental Alzheimer’s drug fails in large trial, raising questions about disease’s perceived leading cause

National Post, November 23, 2016 

More than 18 million on HIV treatment, UNAIDS reports

CBC News, November 21, 2016

DIY breast reconstruction: Device lets women do part at home

National Post, November 16, 2016

Defibrillator-equipped drones could be 1st on scene in cardiac arrest

CBC News, November 15, 2016

Teen depression on the rise in the US

CBC News, November 14, 2016

'Making measles history is not mission impossible,' UNICEF declares

CBC News, November 10, 2016 

When her heart started beating wildly, she knew something was wrong

National Post, November 9, 2016 

Curb 'rampant prescribing of opioids and reduce deaths,' Canadian doctors say

CBC News, November 8, 2016

Mental, physical and economic health of B.C. youngsters 'quite good': report

Vancouver Sun, November 3, 2016

Accurate Facebook posts about Zika virus were plentiful but not popular

CBC News, November 2, 2016

Brain damaged boy shows ‘remarkable’ improvement after experimental stem cell procedure

National Post, November 1, 2016

Opioid overdoses nearly triple among kids, teens in U.S.

CBC News, November 1, 2016

October 2016

Cuban lung cancer 'vaccine' gets FDA trial go-ahead

CBC News, October 27, 2016

Dan's Law seeks to fill gap in access to palliative care in Ontario

CBC News, October 26, 2016

Halloween attractions use mental illness to scare us and advocates say it must stop

National Post, October 25, 2016

Canadian Blood Services announces new, stricter iron guidelines for donors

CBC News, October 24, 2016

Jehovah's Witness who died giving birth understood risk of refusing blood, Quebec health minister says

CBC News, October 20, 2016

Délais pour une mammographie : le bonnet d'âne pour Rimouski et pour Maria

Radio Canada, October 19, 2016

Tailor immigrant and refugee mental health services for culture, language, report urges

CBC News, October 18, 2016

Abortion pill dispensing by doctors and not pharmacists could hinder access: CMAJ comment

CBC News, October 27, 2016

Schizophrenia followup lacking for 40% of diagnosed young Ontarians, study finds

CBC News, October 13, 2016 

Lifelong flu vaccine moves closer with Canadian research

CBC News, October 12, 2016

Need a snuggle? Vulnerable infants bond with volunteer cuddlers

CBC News, October 10, 2016

Antibiotiques : risques d'effets secondaires permanents

Radio Canada, October 6, 2016

Ads disguised as news: A drug company's stealth marketing campaign exposed

CBC News, October 5, 2016 

Corner Brook mom going long distances to get family doctor

CBC News, October 4, 2016

Japanese scientist wins 2016 Nobel Prize in Medicine

CBC News, October 3, 2016

September 2016

Double health-care cash before attaching conditions, Quebec health minister tells Ottawa

National Post, September 29, 2016

Meet Mirena and its ‘little sister’ Jaydess. They’re tackling teen pregnancy, one IUD at a time

National Post, Septemer 28, 2016

Health minister vows to do more than just 'open the federal wallet'

CBC News, September 27. 2016 

Foot doctor used experimental implants unapproved for surgery on unsuspecting patients

CBC News, September 26, 2016

It’s hard to think about kids with cancer, but please don’t look away

Vancouver Sun, September 23, 2016

Ban conscientious objection by Canadian doctors, urge ethicists in volatile commentary

National Post, September 22, 2016

Health committee to study blood donor rules for men who've had sex with men

CBC News, September 20, 2016

Codeine no-no for kids' coughs and pain reinforced by U.S. pediatricians

CBC News, September 19, 2016 

Eight overdoses in 20 minutes: The night fentanyl-tainted cocaine almost devastated a B.C. town

National Post, September 15, 2016 

'It keeps calling my name': Fentanyl overdose in B.C. rehab centre prompts coroner's inquest

CBC News, September 14, 2016

Zika virus in Florida: 'No one can give you a straight answer,' says pregnant Canadian

CBC News, September 12, 2016

1 in 5 teens has considered suicide: Kids Help Phone

CBC News, September 8, 2016 

Handymen, home care helps seniors trying to stay independent

National Post, September 8, 2016

Ottawa-area measles cases prompt debate over mandatory vaccination

CBC News, September 7, 2016

For a 6-year-old with cancer, a future staked on the promise of immunotherapy

National Post, September 6, 2016

More help needed for first responders coping with stress, say researchers

National Post, September 2, 2016

While health-risks are real, much of the ‘risk talk’ telling obese women they are ‘dangerous’ potential mothers sensationalized: research

National Post, September 1, 2016 

August 2016

Murky regulation allows foreign parents to crowd out Canadian families looking for surrogacy

CBC News, August 26, 2016

One year later: Face transplant has ‘given me my life back,’ firefighter Patrick Hardison says

National Post, August 24, 2016

Doctor payments in Canada reach $25B

CBC News, August 23, 2016

Time for psychiatrists to 'roll up our sleeves' to improve access to mental health care

CBC News, August 22, 2016

One rule at terminally ill woman’s end-of-life party: No crying

National Post, August 18, 2016

Yellow fever 'could go global,' Save the Children warns

CBC News, August 16, 2016 

Inuvialuit woman says uncle's stroke mistaken for drunkenness

CBC News, August 15, 2016

Ontario doctors to go head-to-head in contract vote Sunday

CBC News, August 13, 2016

1st Canadian case of Zika-related anomalies confirmed in a fetus

CBC News, August 12, 2016 

A vaccine made my baby stop breathing. But I still believe in vaccination

National Post, August 11, 2016

UN bungles response to Africa’s yellow fever outbreak

National Post, August 8, 2016

Genetically modified mosquitoes approved to battle Zika in Florida Keys

CBC News, August 7, 2016

Calgary girl passes torch to family after dying from brain tumour

CBC News, August 6, 2016

Canadian travellers urged to take precautions as Zika found in South Florida

CBC News, August 2, 2016

Maladie de Lyme : prudence demandée aux randonneurs

Radio Canada, August 1, 2016

July 2016

Driving and dementia: A delicate balance

B.C. to create task force to address opioid crisis

CBC News, July 27, 2016

Building a Better Human With Science? The Public Says, No Thanks

New York Times, July 26, 2016

New cooling device in Calgary helps babies avoid brain damage

CBC News, July 25, 2016

Scientists in race to test CRISPR gene-editing technique on cancer

CBC News, July 24, 2016

L’arthrite juvénile : une maladie méconnue qui touche 3 enfants sur 1000 au Canada

July 23, 2016 

Pediatrics experts make recommendations to curb 'virtual violence' in children's lives

CBC News, July 18, 2016

Zika outbreak: woman found to spread virus through sex for 1st time

CBC News, July 15, 2016

Ontario teen invents tongue-controlled mouse for physically disabled

CTV News, July 13, 2016

Special Books by Special Kids shares Truro family's Down syndrome story

CBC News, July 12, 2016 

Advocates for HIV prevention pill push for better access, information

CBC News, July 11, 2016

Patient escorts are abusing N.W.T.'s $30M medical travel program, says report

CBC News, July 7, 2016

Health minister orders emergency meeting with furious scientists

CBC News, July 6, 2016 

3D printing breakthrough gives cancer patient new jaw

CBC News, July 5, 2016

June 2016

Ensuring quality of living at end of life 'pretty intense,' son says

CBC News, June 29, 2016

Harnessing the potential of mobile health apps

CBC News, June 27, 2016

‘Considerable proportion’ of cancer patients keep smoking despite risks, study finds

National Post, June 26, 2016

Strict conditions on meds for First Nations similar to provinces: Health Canada

CBC News, June 23, 2016

Congo almost runs out of yellow fever vaccine amid epidemic

CBC News, June 22, 2016 

‘We had no hope’: The amazing story of the baby born with his brain outside his skull

National Post, June 20, 2016

Zika virus damage 'not fully understood by the world,' UN adviser says

CBC News, June 20, 2016 

Liberals reject Senate bid to expand eligibility for medically-assisted death

CBC News, June 16, 2016

Risk of Zika spreading during Olympics considered low: WHO

CBC News, June 14, 2016

Secrets and lies: Faked data and lack of transparency plague global drug manufacturing

CBC News, June 13, 2016

Stroke more than doubles risk of dementia

CBC News, June 9, 2016

'This is pretty incredible': How Cuba – and Canada – give U.S. lung cancer patient new hope

June 8, 2016 

What needs to happen next to deal with Woodstock, Ont., suicide crisis?

CBC News, June 7, 2016

Missed deadline on medically assisted dying leaves doctors divided

CBC News, June 6, 2016

Pourquoi le Québec a-t-il le pire temps d'attente aux urgences?

Radio Canada, June 3, 2016

Can an anti-HIV drug break down wall between HIV-positive and HIV-negative men?

CBC News, June 6, 2016

Plain cigarette packaging a hit with anti-smoking advocates, but debate about whether it works continues

CBC News, June 1, 2016

May 2016

L'espérance de vie atteint 71 ans, selon l'Organisation mondiale de la santé

Radio-Canada, May 31, 2016

Cape Breton doctor says Sydney needs medical licences

CBC News, May 30, 2016

Study links early puberty in young girls with depression

Globe and Mail, May 27, 2016

Unemployment in recession tied to hundreds of thousands of excess cancer deaths

CBC News, May 25, 2016

Gord Downie's glioblastoma: What you need to know

CBC News, May 24, 2016

B.C. hospital fails to warn woman of potential lung cancer for 11 months

CBC News, May 23, 2016

Little — if any — heroin left in Vancouver, all fentanyl: drug advocates

CBC News, May 22, 2016

Immune drug for deadly skin cancer shows long-term survival

National Post, May 19, 2016

Yellow fever outbreak 'serious public health event,' WHO says

CBC News, May 19, 2016

It's not just stem cell research that's overhyped— medical science spin is a widespread problem

CBC News, May 18, 2016

Lyme disease increase alarms Canada's top doctor

CBC News, May 17, 2016

From language troubles to the female body, foreign doctors training in Canada can face challenges: study

National Post, May 15, 2016

Lyme disease patients hope conference fixes 'woefully inadequate' healthcare

CBC News, May 15, 2016

Bombing hospitals in Syria 'an actual strategy of war,' human rights group says

Thalidomide link to birth defects covered up by drug's maker, German report says

CBC News, May 13, 2016

WHO recommends shorter drug regimen for multi-drug resistant TB

The Guardian, May 12, 2016

Throwing a punch at Parkinson’s

National Post, May 11, 2016

Zika concerns prompt call to 'postpone or move' Rio Olympic Games

CBC News, May 10, 2016

Zika twin mystery explored by Brazilian scientists

CBC News, May 9, 2016

Health Canada investigates Florida spa director's illegal supplements

E-cigarette, cigar sales to minors banned in U.S.

Medical errors may be 3rd leading cause of death in U.S.

CBC News, May 4, 2016 

Concussions, brain injuries from playground mishaps on the rise

CBC News, May 2, 2016

From avid runner to bedridden after a botched surgery: Her only hope was in the U.S. — but OHIP still said no

National Post, May 1, 2016

April 2016

Patients, advocates decry ‘two-tiered’ cancer care in Ontario

National Post, April 28, 2016

Naturopath in toddler's meningitis death trial to be investigated by industry body

CBC News, April 27, 2016

Canadian Blood Services won't rule out paying plasma donors

CBC News, April 26, 2016 

Indigenous doula collective to support mother-centred birth care in B.C.

CBC News, April 24, 2016 

Critical shortage of epilepsy drug, Divalproex, ends

CBC News, April 22, 2016 

Emotional problems persist when preemies reach school age: study

Globe and Mail, April 21, 2016 

Federal marijuana legislation to be introduced in spring 2017, Philpott says

CBC News, April 20, 2016 

Zika's Ground Zero: Brazil hits 4,000 suspected Zika-related cases of birth defects

CBC News, April 18, 2016 

ALS patient says doctor-assisted dying bill gives him control over disease

CBC News, April 15, 2016 

House of Commons to hold emergency debate on Attawapiskat suicide crisis

Globe and Mail, April 16, 2016

Revised medical marijuana manual lists many adverse effects

CBC News, April 11, 2016 

Attawapiskat declares state of emergency over spate of suicide attempts

CBC News, April 9, 2016

Youth homelessness worldwide often driven by poverty, not delinquency

CBC News, April 5, 2016

How genetic testing can be used against you - and how Bill S-201 could change that

Globe and Mail, April 4, 2016

Obesity rate predicted to reach 20% by 2025

CBC News, April 1, 2016

March 2016

British doctors are failing to help transgender people

CBC News, March 31, 2016

Insurance company drops 'discriminatory' policy on suicide attempts

CBC News, March 30, 2016 

Ebola outbreak in West Africa no longer a global risk: WHO

CBC News, March 29, 2016

Free cancer tumour gene screening raises eyebrows

CBC News, March 28, 2016

Valeant under scrutiny for doubling price of assisted suicide drug sold in U.S.

CBC News, March 25, 2016

War on drugs harmed public health: report

CBC News, March 24, 2016

Studies suggest benefit of double mastectomy ‘zero to tiny’

Globe and Mail, March 23, 2016

Opiate-blocker Naloxone no longer requires a prescription, Health Canada says

CBC News, March 22, 2016 

Ebola outbreak: WHO sends specialists to Guinea after 2 people test positive

CBC News, March 18, 2016

Pregnant and smoking? Study finds nearly half who quit resumed soon after childbirth

CBC News, March 16, 2016

Zika French Polynesia study supports hypothesis virus linked to birth defect microcephaly

CBC News, March 16, 2016

CDC urges U.S. doctors to limit opioid prescriptions

CBC News, March 15, 2016

Poverty, inequality fuelling suicide crisis, First Nations leader says

CBC News, March 13, 2016

How this indigenous youth is making sex education sexy

Globe and Mail, March 10, 2016

Kidney transplants with living donors may not need match

CBC News, March 10, 2016

Canadian scientists turn people upside down to study space's health effects

CBC News, March 9, 2016

Ontario boosts access for trans people seeking gender confirmation surgery

 CBC News, March 7, 2016

When it comes to physician-assisted death, could religious hospitals ethically refuse?

CBC News, March 2, 2016

Parkinson's patients do battle with their disease, 1 punch at a time

CBC News, March 1, 2016

The Canadian Medical Association Journal to get revamp

Toronto Star, March 1, 2016

February 2016

'Female Viagra' drug flibanserin's benefits called marginal, with possible risks

CBC News, February 29, 2016 

'Female Viagra' drug flibanserin's benefits called marginal, with possible risks

CBC News, February 29, 2016

Deprescribing medications for seniors a safety priority

Nearly half Canadian seniors in long-term facilities on antipsychotic meds: report

Globe and Mail, February 25, 2016

Medicinal marijuana users await ruling on right to grow their own

CBC News, February 24, 2016 

My terminally ill brother wants to move provinces to be with family. Can he get medical care?

Susie Orbach: 'Not all women used to have eating issues. Now everybody does'

The Guardian, February 22, 2016

‘I hold my head in my hands and weep’: What it’s like to lose a patient to suicide

Globe and Mail, February 21, 2016

The dos and don'ts of end-of-life planning

CBC News, February 21, 2016

Telemedicine connects Canadian docs to Syrians in bombed hospitals

CBC News, February 20, 2016

Marathon 24- to 26-hour doctor shifts may be unsafe for patients: experts

CBC News, February 19, 2016

Ottawa to restore and expand health care for refugees

Toronto Star, February 18, 2016

Saving Sid: Was removing one-third of this man's brain the right thing to do?

CBC News, February 17, 2016

Drug companies wine and dine family physicians

Toronto Star, February 16, 2016

U.S. scientists working on inexpensive, 10-minute saliva test that can detect cancer at home

National Post, February 14, 2016

Pfizer recalls Advil liquid products for children and infants

CBC News, February 13, 2016

Zika virus vaccines at least 18 months away from trials, WHO says

CBC News, February 12, 2016

Let dementia patients request assisted death in advance, advocates urge

Toronto Star, February 11, 2016

Music can help dementia, stroke patients remember

CBC News, February 11, 2016

End 'two-tier' mental-health care system, Michael Kirby urges

Ottawa Citizen, February 10, 2015

Concussions raise long-term suicide risk three to fourfold, says new Canadian study

National Post, February 8, 2016

Teen to undergo same operation twice after 1st procedure halted mid-surgery

CBC News, February 8, 2016 

FGM: number of victims found to be 70 million higher than thought

The Guardian, February 5, 2016

Extremely rare eating disorder misunderstood, says Edmonton boy

CBC News, February 4, 2016

Seniors who give up driving may show health decline

CBC News, February 3, 2016

Zika virus: Canadian Blood Services sets 21-day donation ban on travellers in risk areas

CBC News, February 3, 2016

Hundreds of Ontario adoptions on hold amid Motherisk drug-test scandal

CBC News, February 1, 2016

Scientists get the green light to 'gene edit' human embryos

CBC News, February 1, 2016

January 2016

Zika virus outbreak emergency meeting called for Feb. 1, WHO chief says

CBC News, January 28, 2016

Half of Canadian soldiers faced childhood abuse, study indicates

CBC News, January 27, 2016

Flint water crisis: 5 faces dealing with lead-tainted taps in Michigan

CBC News, January 26, 2016

Physician-assisted dying legislation should apply to all Canadians, Commons-Senate committee hears

CBC News, January 25, 2016

Anti-smoking advocates want to force 'end game' in war against tobacco

CBC News, January 23, 2016

Syrian refugees hit by 1st flu season in Canada, clog clinics and ER

CBC News, January 22, 2016

Disciplined doctors often given 2nd chance to practise

CBC News, January 21, 2016

Health minister talking 'priorities' but provinces expected to press on funding

CBC News, January 20, 2016

Karli Mitchell’s mother drank while pregnant. At 43, she is the developmental age of a first-grader

National Post, January 20, 2016

End-of-life care in Canada more hospital-centric than in U.S., Europe

CBC News, January 19, 2016

Clinical drug trial in France sends 6 to hospital in 'serious accident'

CBC News, January 15, 2016

Zika virus link to birth defects in Brazil boosted: CDC

CBC News, January 14, 2016

A pill for dementia? Experts believe drugs that slow or stop Alzheimer’s could be ready in a decade

National Post, January 13, 2016

Not pretty: Health violations in Manitoba nail salons go unreported

Whole genome sequencing can help pinpoint diagnoses

CBC News, January 13, 2015

First successful hand transplant in Canada performed in Toronto

CBC News, January 12, 2016

Pub patrons shrug off new U.K. health warnings about alcohol

 CBC News, January 9, 2016

Doctor-pharma industry ties examined in 'embarrassing' report

Ovarian Cancer Canada's Ladyballs ad offends some, starts conversations

 CBC News, January 8, 2016

Living out the benefits of a move to a parent’s retirement community

Globe and Mail, January 7, 2016

Ontario study finds solid organ transplant recipients 3 times more likely to die of cancer

Toronto Star, January 7, 2016

German carpenter invents on-off switch he claims will allow men to control sperm flow from testicles

Annual health check-ups, physicals becoming a thing of the past

Globe and Mail, January 4, 2016

Decade-long wait for surgery 'ruining her life,' Alberta woman says

CBC News, January 4, 2016

Carafem's 'spa-like' abortion clinic part of new U.S. trend

CBC News, January 2, 2016

If doctors have exhausted every last option, is it ethical to grant a child’s wish to die?

National Post, January 1, 2016

December 2015

Parents medicating children to help them sleep, study finds

CBC News, December 30, 2015

Lab innovators test simple changes to prevent serious injuries

CBC News, December 29, 2015

Landon Webb says judge to allow challenge of Incompetent Persons Act

CBC News, December 29, 2015

Ontario falls short of goal to digitize all health records by end of 2015

CBC News, December 28, 2015 

Spirit of the West's John Mann to try unproven treatment for Alzheimer's

CBC News, December 26, 2015 

Researcher issues 'call to action' to force release of hidden drug safety data

CBC News, December 232 2015

Ontario offering 50 government-funded fertility treatment clinics

CBC News, December 21, 2015

Regulate 'Paris thin' models in the U.S., experts say

CBC News, December 21, 2015 

French Models Now Require Doctor's Note To Prove They're Not Too Skinny

Huffington Post, December 18, 2015

Some fertility doctors will use lottery to prioritize Ontario IVF patients

CBC News, December 16, 2015

College of Physicians releases assisted suicide guidelines

 CBC News, December 15, 2015

Autism risk may increase slightly after antidepressant use in pregnancy, study says

CBC News, December 14 , 2015

Physician-assisted death should be based on decision-making capacity, not age: Ontario report

CBC News, December 14, 2015

Hepatitis C cure costly, available only for advanced cases

CBC News, December 12, 2015

Alberta EMTs now allowed to administer fentanyl antidote

CBC News, December 11, 2015

Quebec's assisted dying law in effect as of today

CBC News, December 10, 2015

Happiness does not affect life expectancy or overall health: study

Globe and Mail, December 9, 2015

Fentanyl patch-for-patch law passes in Ontario

CBC News, December 8, 2015

Landon Webb to fight Incompetent Persons Act in Nova Scotia

CBC News, December 8, 2015

How a woman who never felt pain helped researchers find a potential way to develop better painkillers

National Post, December 7, 2015

Trudeau Liberals asked to change organ donation system by mother of ill toddler

CBC News, December 6, 2015

What makes one person more generous than another? It could be in the genes

Globe and Mail, December 6, 2015

Almost half of junior doctors left NHS after foundation training

The Guardian, December 5, 2015

A major shift is happening in the meaning of death: From ineffable destiny to legislated human right

National Post, December 4, 2015

Gene editing of sperm and eggs clinically irresponsible, scientists say

CBC News, December 3, 2015

Teen with cystic fibrosis gets second go at life with first-of-its-kind triple transplant

Globe and Mail, December 3, 2015

Toronto East General to become Michael Garron Hospital, with a $50M boost

Toronto Star, December 2, 2015

HIV prevention pill called a game changer, but cost still a barrier

CBC News, December 1, 2015

Parents – talk to your kids about mental health. Even if it's awkward

The Guardian, December 1, 2015

November 2015

CRISPR gene-editing tool has scientists thrilled — but nervous

CBC News, November 30, 2015 

No more Alzheimer’s? World’s first anti-aging drug could let you live more than 120 years in good health

National Post, November 29, 2015 

Why anti-vaxxers aren't the biggest threat to immunization

CBC News, November 29, 2015

UBC Failed Its Sexual Assault Victims On Every Level

Huffington Post, November 27, 2015

Is coffee harmless or harmful to your health? It may depend on the person

National Post, November 25, 2015

Rowan's Law: Ontario proposes concussion rules for youth sports

CBC News, November 25, 2015

Canadian patients are being empowered by digital health records

National Post, November 23, 2015

Light therapy may help non-seasonal depression: study

Globe and Mail, November 23, 2015

Little boy talks with voice box made of his own tissue

National Post, November 23, 2015 

Pfizer, Allergan agree to $160B US merger deal

CBC News, November 22, 2015 

Menthol cigarette ban urged by Canadian Cancer Society

NIH retiring its last research chimps

National Post, November 19, 2015

New firm offers ‘malpractice check’ to investigate if patients died from to preventable mistakes

National Post, November 17, 2015

Toronto sees strange jump in M. avium infections

Toronto Star, November 17, 2015

2,000% price hike for infant seizure drug called 'absurd'

CBC News, November 16, 2015

Defective stem cells behind Duchenne muscular dystrophy: study

Globe and Mail, November 16, 2015

Veteran with PTSD finds dog therapy beats medication

CBC News, November 12, 2015

Agave, stevia sweeteners to be used with caution, dietitian advises

CBC News, November 11, 2015

Learning the unfamiliar lingo of home care

Globe and Mail, November 10, 2015

World Bank: Climate Change Could Push 100 Million Into Extreme Poverty By 2030

Huffington Post, November 9, 2015

Community Care Access Centres likely to be dismantled

Toronto Star, November 6, 2015

Hearing aids may slow mental decline in hard-of-hearing elderly

CBC News, November 5, 2015

Regina health region's cardiac rehab 'a program for rich people'

CBC News, November 5, 2015

School's exercise bikes help kids focus

CBC News, November 4, 2015

Female surgeons still scarce in male-dominated field

CBC News, November 3, 2015

Stigma around mental illness a $20B problem in workplace

CBC News, November 3, 2015

How health research can be misconstrued

Globe and Mail, November 2, 2015

Why We Still Need Human Rights Institutions

Huffington Post, November 2, 2015

October 2015

WHO report says processed meat causes cancer, confusion follows

CBC News, October 31, 2015

EpiPen demand increases after Allerject recall

CBC News, October 30, 2015

A 5-year-old “chooses heaven” over the hospital: Backlash is the last thing parents helping a dying child refuse treatment need

Salon News, October 29, 2015

Belgian euthanasia doctor could face criminal charges

SBS News, October 29, 2015

Parents of disabled woman say caregiver's lack of medical skills put daughter at risk

 CBC News, October 26, 2015

Rheumatic fever rates in some Ontario First Nations 75 times higher than rest of Canada

CBC News, October 22, 2015

A doctor puts his mind to mindfulness

National Post, October 21, 2015

Cancer patient waits months for PET-CT scans due to lack of dye

 CBC News, October 21, 2015

Cultivating Dialog With Your Child About Disability

Huffington Post, October 20, 2015 

Fukushima nuclear disaster linked to 1st confirmed cancer case

CBC News, October 20, 2015 

Gendered packaging influences what we buy, how we perceive food products

CBC News, October 20, 2015

A New, Life-or-Death Approach to Funding Heart Research

The New York Times, October 16, 2015

Antibiotic resistance could threaten surgery, chemo patients

CBC News, October 16, 2015

‘Body of a girl, brain of a boy’: Father says watching transgender son transition was like bereavement

National Post, October 15, 2015

‘Deep-fried hypocrisy’: Ontario hospitals could ask in-house Tim Hortons to get rid of doughnuts

National Post, October 14, 2015

Dietary Supplements Lead to 20,000 E.R. Visits Yearly, Study Finds

The New York Times, October 14, 2015

Income inequality grows with age and helps determine life spans

Globe and Mail, October 14, 2015 

Aging brain influences financial decision-making

CBC News, October 13, 2015

Organ exchange program slow to deliver on promise to man in need of a kidney, family says

CBC News, October 12, 2015

Gene-editing research seeks to balance ethics with potential for fighting disease

National Post, October 9, 2015

Keeping Canada Alive profiles hockey player's determination to walk again

CBC News, October 9, 2015

PTSD paramedics will be silenced by discrimination, critics warn

CBC News, October 9, 2015

H3N2 flu strain may have outfoxed vaccine makers again

CBC News, October 6, 2015

2015 Nobel Prize in medicine: Trio win for malaria, parasite research

CBC News, October 5, 2015

Employee infected while working at Winnipeg disease lab had virtually no safety training: report

National Post, October 4, 2015

Low-nicotine cigarettes cut use, dependence, study finds

National Post, October 1, 2015

Research chemicals' making their way into illicit drug markets, police say

CBC News, October 1, 2015

September 2015

Preemie mortality cut in half by blocking light to IVs, review finds

CBC News, September 29, 2015

A powerful look at Canada’s health care system in a single day

CBC News, September 28, 2015

Patients Are Seen as Potential Donors, Many Doctors Say

The New York Times, September 28, 2015

Simulation suit restricting mobility teaches medical students empathy

Globe and Mail, September 28, 2015 

Age of Anxiety: CBC Vancouver event takes honest look at youth fears

CBC News, September 27, 2015  

Blood seeping from the walls, killer doctors: ICU hallucinations haunt a staggering number of patients

Vancouver Sun, September 25, 2015 

Children's pain expert, close 17 year gap in getting info to parents

CBC News, September 23, 2015

Muslim, newcomer groups join coalition supporting sex-ed

Toronto Star, September 23, 2015

Physician-assisted death law will need clarity, CMA says

CBC News, September 23, 2015

Mom says she was duped by stranger after posting 'amazing' video of autistic son

CBC News, September 21, 2015

Tuberculosis drug price jumps 2,000%, shocks doctors

CBC News, September 21, 2015

Drug Goes From $13.50 a Tablet to $750, Overnight

The New York Times, September 20, 2015

‘Never events’: Report highlights mistakes hospitals must eliminate

Malaria death rates plunge by 60% over last 15 years: WHO

CBC News, September 17, 2015

Parents who don't vaccinate children won't get benefit payments, Australia proposes

CBC News, September 16, 2015

Reanalysis finds popular antidepressant ineffective, unsafe for teens

CBC News, September 16, 2015

Nova Scotia lawyers challenge safety of diabetes drug Avandia

CBC News, September 15, 2015

The Bioethics Dilemma: The trouble with putting too much weight in a bioethicist's opinion

Pacific Standard, September 15, 2015

Parkinson's choir may help 'masked face syndrome'

CBC News, September 14, 2015

The price of being pain free: Why are life-changing biologics out of reach for so many?

Globe and Mail, September 13, 2015 

'Self-regulation' jargon in schools gets simplified by psychologists

CBC News, September 11, 2015

Cannabis prescriptions are eligible medical expense, CRA confirms

CBC News, September 11, 2015

Alzheimer’s disease could be transmitted during surgery and blood transfusions, researchers say

The Vancouver Sun, September 10, 2015

Refugee health–care services limited

CBC News, September 10, 2015

Union says Ontario nurses can’t be forced to wear masks in flu season

Globe and Mail, September 10, 2015

Vancouver's Downtown Eastside residents dying at 8 times the national average

CBC News, September 10, 2015

Why 'Superbugs' Pose Extra Challenges for Hospitals

Huffington Post, September 10, 2015

Why Less Is More for Your Health as You Age

Huffington Post, September 9, 2015

Quebec Doctors Must Follow Assisted Death Rules, Regardless Of Opinion: Health Minister

Huffington Post, September 2, 2015

Binge drinking talks with kids should start early, doctors say

CBC News, September 1, 2015

August 2015

Manitoba 'wonder twins' turn 2, beating rare disorder

 CBC News, August 31, 2015

Oliver Sacks, neurologist and author, dead at 82

CBC News, August 30, 2015

Speech therapy can prevent a lifetime of struggles, so why are kids waiting so long for it?

The Globe and Mail, August 30, 2015

Postpartum depression can affect fathers as well

The Vancouver Sun, August 28, 2015

Potential for anti-obesity drug gets a boost from gene discovery

The Globe and Mail, August 27, 2015

Vaccine, immunization disclosures focus of Halifax medical conference

CBC News, August 26, 2015

An up-close look at poverty’s toll on health

The Chronicle Herald, August 25, 2015

Woman gets womb transplant from mother and gives birth to baby boy

The National Post, August 25, 2015

Dementia stabilized in Europe, studies suggest

CBC News, August 20, 2015

I’m pregnant and I have an eating disorder

Globe and Mail, August 20, 2015

The system failed my son

Globe and Mail, August 20, 2015

Drug designed to boost female libido approved by U.S. FDA

CBC News, August 18, 2015

First Nations health improvements the goal of new sensitivity training program

CBC News, August 16, 2015

The hidden disease: Why aren't more doctors treating eating disorders?

The Globe and Mail, August 16, 2015

Cuts to MD/PhD funding greeted with 'horror' by medical scientists

CBC News, August 13, 2015

Doctors often reject assisted-death requests, European study finds

The Globe and Mail, August 11, 2015

Medical marijuana stigma still a hurdle, says cancer patient

CBC News, August 9, 2015

Deferring death can mean a life of suffering

National Post, August 5, 2015

Improved nutrition labels could still be 5 years away

CBC News, August 4, 2015

Picky eating may signal anxiety, depression for some kids

Calgary Sun, August 4, 2015

Not a cure, but closure: new cerebral palsy research gives families hope

Montreal Gazette, August 3, 2015

Fertility fever: Not just what you say, but how you say it

Calgary Sun, August 2, 2015

July 2015

Boy, 8, becomes youngest double-hand transplant recipient

CBC News, July 29, 2015

Doctors can help navigate culture, health

Toronto Star, July 28, 2015

Malaria vaccine Mosquirix gets European approval

CBC News, July 24, 2015

Experts support call for lower cancer drug prices

Globe and Mail, July 23, 2015

Doctor-assisted suicide consultation process will be known today

CBC News, July 17, 2015

Keeping patients out of restraints helped by use of private rooms

CBC News, July 14, 2015

‘Sandwich generation’ worries about own care as they age

Diabetes sniffing dogs studied by Dalhousie University researcher

CBC News, July 9, 2015

Doctors' Notes: Proceed with caution on painkillers

Toronto Star, July 7, 2015

Anorexia treatment for daughter prompts mother's 300km fundraising walk

CBC News, July 5, 2015

June 2015

Chronic depression shrinks brain's memories and emotions

The Guardian, June 30, 2015

B.C. hospital kept patient alive for 10 days because family’s culture did not accept brain death

National Post, June 28, 2015

Obama calls Supreme Court gay-marriage ruling ‘a victory for America’

The Globe and Mail, June 26, 2015

Vancouver Coastal Health wants to charge summer festivals for health care

CBC News , June 21, 2015

Canadian Ebola drug trial stopped

CBC News, June 19, 2015

Pediatricians urged to be on the lookout for eating disorder among young kids

National Post, June 18, 2015

Health-care payments push 6% into extreme poverty: WHO

CBC News, June 12, 2015

Untrained and unemployed: Medical schools churning out doctors who can’t find residencies and full-time positions

National Post, June 12, 2015

Clinic launched ‘where care matters more than a (health) card’

Toronto Star, June 11, 2015

Nursing-home comparison tool guides searches on the web

CBC News, June 10, 2015

Male infertility remains taboo subject despite high prevalence, advances in treatment

The Vancouver Sun, June 9, 2015

Manitoba to allow victims to sue for intimate photos distributed without consent

CBC News, June 09, 2015

Amid waiting lists and big bills, mom forges own path on autistic son’s education

National Post, June 8, 2015

Are there too many PhDs? Turns out, maybe not: A look at where PhDs end up after leaving the Ivory Tower

National Post, June 02, 2015

Barack Obama Praises Caitlyn Jenner: ‘It Takes Courage To Share Your Story’

Time, June 02, 2015

Octopus relationship 'expands the moral universe,' says researcher Sy Montgomery

CBC News, June 02, 2015

Truth and Reconciliation Commission: By the numbers

CBC News, June 02, 2015

May 2015

Canadian pediatricians recommend letting 22-week-old preemies die. Should doctors try to save the tiny newborns?

National Post, May 29, 2015

The tricky issue of consent in adolescent mental health care

Globe and Mail, May 25, 2015

Ireland votes overwhelmingly in favor of same-sex marriage

CNN, May 23, 2015

Dalhousie dentistry class reflects on Facebook scandal after restorative justice

CBC News, May 22, 2015

Doctors uninformed about transgender youth

Winnipeg Free Press, May 22, 2015

Ottawa study offers grim look at mental health of aboriginal youth

Ottawa Citizen, May 22, 2015

UBC beats target for aboriginal medical school graduates

Vancouver Sun, May 20, 2015

Unproven stem cell procedures flourish across the US, outpacing regulation

Winnipg Free Press, May 18, 2015

Ottawa Senators owner Eugene Melnyk’s plea for liver donor answered but ethical questions raised

National Post, May 16, 2015

Human sperm grown in lab for first time

The Province, May 11, 2015

Can A Pharma-Sponsored Bioethics Board Fairly Decide Who Gets Experimental Drugs?

Forbes, May 07, 2015

SickKids: Shared decision making helps with the life’s weighty issues

 Toronto Star, May 06, 2015

Does peer review do more harm than good?

Maclean's, May 505, 2015

April 2015

Scientists discover genetic blueprint that could bring back woolly mammoths

Toronto Star, April 24, 2015

Animal rights group cheers ‘big step forward’ as New York judge grants legal rights to research chimps

National Post, April 22, 2015

Why there are still far too few women in STEM

Macleans, April 21, 2015

The Heart of the Matter

Winnipeg Free press, April 18, 2015

Breaking the mainstream mould: Filmmaker Erika Lust’s mission to make ethical porn

Globe and Mail, April 17, 2015

Hard-wired for love: the ethics of robot sex

CBC Radio, April 17, 2015

Maritime couples hurt by backlash over fertility contest

CTV News, April 17, 2015

Ottawa's urban Inuit renaissance

Ottawa Citizen, April 17, 2015

Review: Inside the O’Briens and the ethics of genetics

Vancouver Sun, April 17, 2015

School blocking freedom of speech with suspension, student says

CBC, April 17, 2015

Dr. Jane Goodall: life on the road and rethinking home

CBC Radio, April 15, 2015

Blurred Lines: Sexual consent for people with dementia

CBC Radio, April 10, 2015

Ontario nurse charged after woman allegedly taken off life support without consent

Metro, April 10, 2015

Let’s train our leaders to be ethical

Globe and Mail, April 06, 2015

March 2015

Health care workers are humans too

The Province, Match 21, 2015

Senior drivers don't need mandatory medical exams says advocacy group

CBC News, March 21, 2015

Canadian hospitals profiting from foreign patients raises questions of ethics

CBC Radio, March 20, 2015

Growing up as the child of a palliative-care physician, I learned about sacrifice

Globe and Mail, March 13, 2015

Canadians' Ethical Investments Soar 68% In 2 Years

Huffington Post, March 12, 2015

Apple's new ResearchKit: 'Ethics quagmire' or medical research aid?

The Verge, March 10, 2015

Mental health challenges at work are 'final taboo' says advocate

CBC News, March 09, 2015

From virginity certificates to sweetgrass: Where health-care draws the line on meeting multicultural needs

National Post, July 3, 2015

Ladies, don’t freeze your eggs, says bioethics professor coming to Windsor

Windsor Star, March 04, 2015

Abbotsford Alzheimer's patient loses right-to-die case

Vancouver Sun, March 03, 2015

B.C. hospital patient facing arrest after violent attack on nurse

Globe and Mail, March 03, 2015

Surrogate mothers in India often unaware of risks

Globe and Mail, March 03, 2015

'Meet a Muslim Family' aims to dispel fears of the religion

CBC News, March 02, 2015

Patients' 'lives ruined' as hip surgery waits grow

CBC News, March 02, 2015

Dignity in death, for rich or for poor

Vancouver Sun, March 1, 2015

February 2015

Missing and murdered indigenous women and girls in spotlight at roundtable

CBC News, February 27, 2015

Ebola quarantine attempts a mistake, bioethics panel says

CTV News, February 26, 2015

University of Alberta student transforms MRI scans into a work of art

Metro, February 26, 2015

Assisted-suicide ruling response requires nationwide debate

CBC News, February 14, 2015

Opposition to vaccines has ebbed, flowed for centuries

CTV News, February 14, 2015

Should medical tourism be used to supplement gaps in our health care system?

Montreal Gazette, February 14, 2015

Rise of the machines: Q&A on smart devices and ethics

CBC Radio, Feruary 13, 2015

The new ethics of Aboriginal health research

CMAJ, February 12, 2015

B.C. wolf cull will likely last 5 years, assistant deputy minister says

CBC News, Febrary 11, 2015

Companies will be named and shamed for failing to post drug shortages: minister

Vancouver Sun, February 10, 2015

Assisted suicide: Physicians want more palliative care as well

CBC News, Feruary 09, 2015

Ethics debate rages on over pharmaceuticals in B.C.

Vancouver Sun, February 06, 2015

Supreme Court says yes to doctor-assisted suicide in specific cases

CBC News, Februry 06, 2015

January 2015

‘Expensive’ placebo beats ‘cheap’ one in Parkinson’s disease: study

Globe and Mail, January 29, 2015

Liver transplant ethics: Should alcoholics be sober first?

CBC News, January 28, 2015

Human composting possible option as Kelowna cemetery fills up

CBC News, January 25, 2015

City man who ran stem-cell trial for MS patients fabricated credentials, overstated results

Winnipeg Free Press, January 16, 2015

Free-range eggs: Chefs are starting to choose animal welfare and taste over price

Globe and Mail, January 14, 2015

Gwyneth Paltrow and celebrity diets are not the key to health

CBC Radio, January 14, 2015

Murdered and missing aboriginal women deserve inquiry, rights group says

CBC News, January 14, 2015

AI must turn focus to safety, Stephen Hawking and other researchers say

CBC News, January 13, 2015

River East students excited about ethics: Local students first team to represent Canada at Ethics Bowl

Winnipeg Free Press, January 13, 2015

The latest science scam: Peer-reviewing your own paper

Ottawa Citizen, January 12, 2015

Winnipegger 'devastated' by Paris shooting massacre

CTV News, Janary 07, 2015

Controversial assisted suicide expert missing from Surrey’s Kwantlen Polytechnic University, but still drawing salary

Vancouver Sun, January 05, 2015

Transgender crisis line launches in Canada

CBC News, January 05, 2015

Dalhousie Facebook posts 'completely unacceptable,' says professor

CBC News, January 04, 2015

Kyle McConkey headed to U.S. for leukemia assessment

CBC News, January 04, 2015

December 2014

Analysis: Journalism ethics take a hit with Rolling Stone's unravelling rape story

CBC News, December 15, 2014

Holiday lights illuminate the need for compassion

Calgary Herald, December 15, 2014

Video: Quiet time with Santa a gift all its own for children with autism

CBC News, December 15, 2014

Be careful, an ethical mistake can be fatal to your career

Globe and Mail, December 14, 2014

We Can't Afford To Slow Down the Fight For Human Rights

Huffington Post, December 14, 2014

U.S. girl still hooked to machines a year being declared brain dead

CTV News, December 12, 2014

Udo Schuklenk: Assisted dying’s ‘slippery slope?’ Hardly

National Post, December 12, 2014

Adopt-A-Teen helps needy Edmonton kids at Christmas

Edmonton Sun, December 08, 2014

Audio: Renowned doctor Ezekiel Emanuel says 75 is good age to die

CBC News, December 08, 2014

End-of-life debate turns to newborns: ‘Postnatal abortion’ morally acceptable in some cases, ethicist says

National Post, December 07, 2014

Ethical businesses honour the whistleblowers

Globe and Mail, December 07, 2014

Quebec moves to ban IVF for women over 42

Globe and Mail, December 05, 2014

Audio: Thunder Bay groups offer mental health help during the holidays

CBC News, December 03, 2014

Even Stephen Hawking fears the rise of machines

Globe and Mail, December 02, 2014

Canada's animal welfare legislation 'extremely outdated'

CBC News, December 01, 2014

November 2014

Colonialism Causes Diabetes, and Other Things I Learned at the Indigenous Health Conference

Huffington Post, November 26, 2014

Exclusive: Canada Revenue Agency privacy breach leaks prominent Canadians' tax details

CBC News, November 26, 2014

Ferguson aftermath: Protests in Toronto, Ottawa spark debate

CBC News, November 25, 2014

Udo Schuklenk: Aboriginal or not, there is no parental right to harm your child

Globe and Mail, November 18, 2014

Ethically speaking: Pacifist conflicted about wearing a poppy

Toronto Star, November 14, 2014

Is a chimpanzee a 'person'? A lawsuit could hold the answer

CBC News, November 14, 2014

Medicinal marijuana grower and UBC hope to test pot as PTSD treatment

Globe and Mail, November 14, 2014

Q&A with George Takei: Still boldly going where social-justice issues take him

The Province, November 14, 2014

Updated: Judge rejects application to take aboriginal girl from family for chemo

CBC News, November 14, 2014

Canada’s response to Ebola driven by fear, not evidence

Globe and Mail, November 13, 2014

Why Time magazine thinks the word ‘feminist’ should be banned

Globe and Mail, November 12, 2014

Violent protests over missing students, ethics questions, put Mexico’s president in crisis

National Post, November 10, 2014

Hamilton ethicist joins WHO team for Ebola fight

Hamilton Spectator, November 06, 2014

Video: 5 myths about sexual violence

CBC News, November 04, 2014

Prospective Canadian parents turn to US embryo surplus donation

CBC News, November 04, 2014

October 2014

Ethically Speaking: Crowdsourced begging very big these days

Toronto Star, October 28, 2014

Investigation underway after B.C. child exposed to HIV risk during vaccination

Vancouver Sun, October 28, 2014

Scrapping the PSA test for prostate cancer is an injustice to men

Globe and Mail, October 28, 2014

Ottawa shooting: Radicalization and mental health issues

CBC News, October 26, 2014

Halloween Costumes Are Sexualizing Our Youngest Trick-Or-Treaters

Huffington Post, October 20, 2014

“We have to reassess everything we are doing:” David Suzuki

Global BC, October 19, 2014

If assisted suicide is a right, it should be for all

Calgary Herald, October 19, 2014

We need a culture thaw, not frozen eggs

Globe and Mail, October 18, 2014

Death determination debate rages on in science, medicine

CBC News, October 13, 2014

Thanksgiving feasts feed Winnipeg's less fortunate

CBC News, October 13, 2014

Coming out all over again: Why the first gay-rights generation faces familiar challenges in old age

Globe and Mail, October 10, 2014

Dying young: Why Brittany Maynard's story resonates

CNN, October 09, 2014

Building a superhuman: Stem cell advances are leading to dangers and ethical problems few have considered

National Post, October 03, 2014

September 2014

PTSD and the ethics of erasing bad memories

CBC News, Sept 24, 2014

Investors can put ethics first – and get respectable returns

Globe and Mail, Sept 22, 2014

As Rob Ford shows, leaders must be clear about their health

Globe and Mail, Sept 18, 2014

Banker: Ethics key to success

Chronicle Herald, Sept 18, 2014

Children's Health Should Be Legally Protected From Environmental Harm

Huffington Post, Sept 16, 2014

Dozens of B.C. doctors older than 75, triggering concerns

Vancouver Sun, Sept 16, 2014

Drug-testing rules broken by Canadian researchers

Toronto Star, Sept 16, 2014

NFL hires 3 domestic violence/sex assault experts

CBC News, Sept 15, 2014

Kirsten Lamb pregnancy must be explained: ethics specialist

CBC News, Sept 12, 2014

Stigma of Brazil abortions in spotlight in case of missing woman

Globe and Mail, Sept 12, 2014

When scent crosses the ethical line

Globe and Mail, Sept 10, 2014

Toronto hospital illegally imposed ‘do-not-resuscitate’ order against wishes of dying man’s family: medical board

National Post, Sept 03, 2014

Centerplate CEO Des Hague out after Internet backlash

Fortune, Sept 2, 2014

Privacy breach: Six GTA hospitals gave patient info to photographers

Toronto Star, Sept 2, 2014

Celebrities hacked: How to protect your privacy

CTV News, Sept 1, 2014

August 2014

CEO accused of Vancouver dog abuse ordered to donate $100k

CTV News, August 28, 2014

Murdered aboriginal women: What to know about a national public inquiry

CBC News, August 28, 2014

Dr. Kent Brantly, Nancy Writebol leave hospital after Ebola recovery

CBC News, August 21, 2014

U.S. diplomats barred from taking ice bucket challenge

CTV News, August 21, 2014

Creepy, peeping drone spotted in downtown Vancouver (with video)

The Province, August 19, 2014

No photos: Many US parents opt to keep kids' identities off social media amid privacy concerns

Montreal Gazette, August 19, 2014

Michael Brown shooting: Photojournalist Scott Olson arrested amid protests

CBC News, August 18, 2014

Sleeping habits affect ethics, study finds

Toronto Star, August 18, 2014

Experimental Canadian drug may take longer to reach Ebola-hit regions of western Africa

Globe and Mail, August 15, 2014

How the advent of AIDS advanced gay rights

Globe and Mail, August 15, 2014

The ethics of Ebola: ‘An opportunity to right a wrong of history’

Globe and Mail, August 12, 2014

Set your employees free – it's good for business

Globe and Mail, August 08, 2014

CBS Gives Pilot Production Commitment to Drama Based on Bioethicist Arthur L. Caplan

Variety, August 7, 2014

July 2014

Vancouver Aquarium's whale program provokes more debate

CBC News, July 30, 2014

Fertility doctors must not decide the cultural fate of the unborn

Globe and Mail, July 29, 2014

The case against mandatory flu vaccination for health care workers

Toronto Star, July 28, 2014

From American vein to Canadian vein

Toronto Star, July 20, 2014

No practising on patients

Leader-Post, July 19, 2014

Health officials says deadly heroin ‘outbreak’ under control

Montreal Gazette, July 17, 2014

Government responds to Canadian bioethicists’ complaint

BioEdge, July 12, 2014

Misconduct by researchers can have lasting effects

Monteal Gazette, July 11, 2014

Research coming under pressure: 'Publish or perish' mindset looming over most university research facilities

Montreal Gazette, July 11, 2014

Backcountry ethics: How to poop in the woods

Global News, July 10, 2014

Court strikes down Conservatives’ cuts to refugee health-care coverage

Toronto Star, July 04, 2014

June 2014

Face transplants for children a life changing procedure or ethical nightmare?

CTV News, June 26, 2014

Landmark Supreme Court ruling grants land title to B.C. First Nation (with video)

Vancouver Sun, June 26, 2014

When it comes to privacy, what is our threshold for outrage?

Macleans, June 26, 2014

Canadian doctors exploring ‘radical’ new procedure that promises to save fertility of child cancer patients

National Post, June 29, 2014

Euthanasia proposal for children with birth defects ends with resignation

CBC News, June 20, 2014

Who owns your tissue? You’d be surprised

Globe and Mail, June 20, 2014

Internet users' privacy upheld by Canada's top court

CBC News, June 13, 2014

Woman branded violent by Vancouver Coastal Health after husband loses temper

CBC News, June 12, 2014

Province eyes mandatory flu shots for health workers

Calgary Herald, June 11, 2014

Cyberbullying bill needed to fight child porn, police say

CBC News, June 10, 2014

Who really speaks for sex workers?

Globe and Mail, June 07, 2014

Quebec end-of-life-care law means new era for health providers

CBC News, June 06, 2014

Why efforts against obesity aren’t working

Globe and Mail, June 06, 2014

May 2014

Courses help new teachers navigate ethics issues

Calgary Herald, May 16, 2014

First Nations girl chooses traditional medicine over chemo

CBC News, May 16, 2014

Transgender blood donor turned away in Vancouver

CBC News, May 16, 2014

Meghan Murphy: A slow slide into censorship

National Post, May 12, 2014

Michael Sam's NFL draft kiss sparks anger, joy

Globe and Mail, May 12, 2014

Somerville: Surrogate motherhood is an ethical minefield

Calgary Herald, May 09, 2014

Clones such as Dolly the Sheep cannot be patented, U.S. court rules

Globe and Mail, May 08, 2014

Benefits Of Coffee Include Better Ethics

Huffington Post Canada, May 07, 2014

Nigeria offered Canadian gear to help search for kidnapped girls

CBC News, May 07, 2014

Personal genomics: The test for everything (with video)

Vancouver Sun, May 4, 2014

Mandatory immunizations in Alberta will save lives, bioethicist says

Calgary Herald, May 02, 2014

We need to have "that" talk. The one about bringing Neanderthals back from the dead.

Toronto Star, May 02, 2014

Considering the ethics of sex-work research

Dalhousie News, May 01, 2014

April 2014

A prescription for reform needed in health care system

Vancouver Sun, April 30, 2014

Court dismisses animal welfare case against spring bear hunt

CBC News, April 30, 2014

Two research pillars honoured with Hellmuth Prize

Western News, April 24, 2014

Ethics of immunization are as complicated as the law

Toronto Star, April 19, 2014

Marijuana a legal medicine for pain, but a ‘prescription’ for pot isn’t covered by MSP (with video)

Vancouver Sun, April 17, 2014

Timeline of the Amanda Todd cyberbullying case

Vancouver Sun, April 17, 2014

Canadian doctors performing vaginal surgery banned in Britain

Ottawa Citizen, April 15, 2014

Heartbleed SIN leak handling at CRA raises disclosure concerns

Financial Post, April 15, 2014

Interactive Futures symposium tackles ethics of using animals in art

Georgia Straight, April 15, 2014

CBC's The Early Edition presents smən'e:m : Stories of Aboriginal Youth

CBC, April 14, 2014

Honest answers to aquarium ethics questions aren’t simple

Globe and Mail, April 11, 2014

Maligned stem cell researcher insists results valid

CTV News, April 9, 2014

Gay men divided over use of HIV prevention drug

CTV News, April 7, 2014

Ethics in government: a quiz

Ottawa Citizen, April 3, 2014

Learning the ‘grey areas’: EMBA programs forcing professionals to scrutinize business ethics

Financial Post, April 1, 2014

March 2014

Earth Hour a chance to ponder climate change solutions, David Miller says

Toronto Star, March 28, 2014

Residential school survivors event draws thousands in Edmonton

CBC News, March 27, 2014

Hamilton clinic at centre of paid-plasma fight

Hamilton Spectator, March 26, 2014

Danish zoo that killed giraffe euthanizes 4 lions

CBC News, March 25, 2014

Not blowing the whistle: Troubling results in auditor's civil service ethics survey

Winnipeg Sun, March 20, 2014

Medical research suffering from a bad case of Wikipedia: study

Montreal Gazette, March 14, 2014

Toronto Fashion Week: Clothing with a conscience

Toronto Star, March 14, 2014

UN rights chief says Nigeria's anti-gay law may harm public health, deter HIV education

Montreal Gazette, March 13, 2014

Drug company that offered to buy TVs for eye clinic did not exert ‘excessive’ influence, report finds

National Post, March 03, 2014

Is informed consent in research sometimes optional?

CMAJ News, March 03, 2014

Would You Deposit Your DNA in a 'BioBank?'

The Tyee, March 11, 2014

New blood test will give three-year warning about whether healthy will develop Alzheimer’s

Vancouver Sun, March 10, 2014

SFU talks ethics of Jurassic Park: What if extinction was a thing of the past?

Metro, March 03, 2014

February 2014

Omushkegowuk Walkers Reach Ottawa, Call For Treaty Awareness

Huffington Post Canada, Feb 25, 2014

Should media sites stop feeding trolls and abandon online commenting?

CBC News, Feb 28, 2014

Heart surgeons in Toronto perform bypass on Twitter

CBC News, Feb 20, 2014

B.C. man keeps vigil at side of brain-dead wife, unborn son

Toronto Star, Feb 15, 2014

Cobourg patient drew the ‘short straw’ in cancer drug trial

Toronto Star, Feb 15, 2014

Medical ethics overtaken by technology

Toronto Star, Feb 15, 2014

Relaxed marijuana rules make Sochi Olympics faster, stronger and way, way higher

Globe and Mail, Feb 15, 2014

VIDEO: Dying enters new era

Ottawa Citizen, Feb 15, 2014

Can a scientist believe in miracles?

BBC, Feb 14, 2014

Why euthanasia and assisted suicide must remain legally prohibited

Globe and Mail, Feb 14, 2014

Random acts of kindness warm U of M international students

CBC News, Feb 13, 2014

Ancient genome stirs ethics debate

Nature, Feb 12, 2014

MM&A railway had repeated brake violations on the books

CBC News, Feb 12, 2014

Giraffe's killing in Copenhagen reveals zoos' dark culling practices

CBC News, Feb 11, 2014

January 2014

Texas forced life-support case could happen in Canada

CMAJ News, Jan 27, 2014

Laptop stolen with health information of 620,000 Albertans

CBC News, Jan 22, 2014

Womb Transplants Succeed, Swedish Doctors To Transfer Embryos Next

Huffington Post, Jan 22, 2014

The difficulty in defining death

Globe and Mail, Jan 19, 2014

Mutant virus sparks bioethics debate

Toronto Star, Jan 08, 2014

Police ethics watchdog investigates alleged beating of Innu man

CBC News, Jan 08, 2014

The ethics of a doctor's note

Hamilton Spectator, Jan 08, 2014

'Wildlife paparazzi’ suspected of baiting wolves with turkey dinner

Calgary Herald, Jan 07, 2014

U.S. food-safety audit gives Canada low grade, calls for better meat oversight

Globe and Mail, Jan 07, 2014

Brain-dead girl Jahi McMath moved from California hospital

CBC News, Jan 06, 2014

New cosmetic test uses protozoa instead of rabbits

CBC News, Jan 03, 2014

The top 10 Canadian legal ethics stories of 2013

Legal Feeds, Jan 03, 2014

December 2013

Kindness and Cruelty: An Animal Welfare Year in Review

Huffington Post, Dec 21, 2013

Obama's Sochi Olympics delegation includes 2 gay athletes

CBC News, Dec 18, 2013

Getting a bang for the charity buck

CBC News, Dec 11, 2013

Medical journal slams Ottawa for cutting off post-trial heroin

Vancouver Sun, Dec 09, 2013

Why we need to learn to love the microbe

Globe and Mail, Dec 06, 2013

CCAC - What We Learned from Our Consultations and What's Next

Canadian Council on Animal Care, Dec 05, 2013

Environmentalist praises Shell Canada over calls for climate change regulations

Montreal Gazette, Dec 05, 2013

Nelson Mandela Canada: How Our Country Inspired Nelson Mandela

Huffington Post, Dec 05, 2013

'Giving Tuesday' -shifting the focus from shopping to charity

CTV News, Dec 03, 2013

Are you a Stickler or a Wiggler when it comes to ethics?

Globe and Mail, Dec 03, 2013

Dance/movement therapy enjoying growth spurt in Canada, but more research needed

Calgary Herald, Dec 03, 2013

Animal rights group seeks 'legal personhood' for chimps

CBC News, Dec 02, 2013

Docs offside on physician-assisted suicide

CBC News, Dec 02, 2013

Genetic Testing Should Adhere to Medical, Not Business, Ethics: FDA's Regulation of 23andMe Is a Welcome Move for Consumers

Huffington Post, Dec 01, 2013

November 2013

Barenaked Ladies cancel SeaWorld concert

Toronto Star, Nov 28, 2013

Manure on homeless camp leads to Abbotsford lawsuit

CBC News, Nov 26, 2013

Medical marijuana sought for children with seizures

CBC News, Nov 19, 2013

Why Journalism Needs to ‘Do’ Ethics, Not Focus on Defining Journalists

PBS, Nov 11, 2013

Abuses by Toronto Mayor Rob Ford should inspire better law: Editorial

Toronto Star, Nov 15, 2013

Condemned man's request to donate organs raises troubling ethical, medical questions in US

The Province, Nov 14, 2013

Wanted: One kidney

Cape Breton Post, Nov 14, 2013

Norway’s $800-billion fund urged to lose independent ethics panel

Globe and Mail, Nov 11, 2013

Kelly McParland: Hipster carnivores seek ethical validation

National Post, Nov 06, 2013

Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport announces anti-doping hotline

Sun News, Nov 05, 2013

Vatican ramps up effort to stop human trafficking

National Post, Nov 05, 2013

If You Want Style, Choose Ethical Fashion

The Huffington Post, Nov 04, 2013

Belgium considering unprecedented law to grant euthanasia for children, dementia patients

Global News, Nov 01, 2013

Vatican conducting worldwide poll on gay marriage, contraception, divorce

CTV News, Nov 01, 2013

October 2013

Living will is ethical, but there are practical issues

Toronto Star, Oct 28, 2013

Cryonics and the search for ‘something more’ beyond death

National Post, Oct 26, 2013

Analysis: Will changes to Ontario’s animal welfare rules make a difference?

Toronto Star, Oct 25, 2013

Kidney payment ethics questions raised

CBC News, Oct 25, 2013

Quebec move to legalize euthanasia pits ethics professor against former student in debate over death

National Post, Oct 25, 2013

Palliative care physician Larry Librach had a passion for compassion

Globe and Mail, Oct 24, 2013

Physicians denied unilateral power to remove life support

Globe and Mail, Oct 18, 2013

Dying with dignity: Readers' letters

Toronto Star, Oct 17, 2013

Restaurant’s seal-meat burger, named after Brigitte Bardot, sparks threats from animal-rights activists

National Post, Oct 16, 2013

Quebec doctors warned to stop performing 'degrading' virginity tests

Vancouver Sun, Oct 12, 2013

Designer baby patent is ‘a serious mistake,’ critics say

Hamilton Spectator, Oct 04, 2013

IPCC report: Canada at greater risk from climate change

Toronto Star, Oct 1, 2013

September 2013

McGill hosts conference on asbestos and research ethics

Montreal Gazette, Sept 30, 2013

Ethics are the bottom line

Winnipeg Free Press, Sept 29, 2013

Human egg trade operates in regulatory void

CBC News, Sept 27, 2013

Teaching students to affect change right from the start

Financial Post, Sept 23, 2013

Debate over what food to eat brings out the weird in folks

The Province, Sept 16, 2013

World is becoming a happier place for most part

Windsor Star, Sept 11. 2013

‘I consider my clothes as clothes’: Quebeckers on the proposed ban on religious symbols at work

Globe and Mail, Sept 10, 2013

Why a secular charter is good for Quebec

Globe and Mail, Sept 10, 2013

Abandoned embryos: Clinics ethically free to dispose of thousands of embryos frozen in time, doctors' group says, Sept 09, 2013

UBC cracks down after frosh chant promotes non consensual sex

CTV News, Sept 09, 2013

August 2013

Canada's 'parliament of medicine' set to debate end-of-life care

Calgary Herald, August 16, 2013

Pill popping for cognitive enhancement on the rise among students

Calgary Herald, August 16, 2013

Lenore Turton's Anorexia Case Has Doctors Worried Others Won't Seek Help

Huffington Post, August 15, 2013

Canadian study finds no blocked neck veins in MS patients, but CCSVI debate goes on

Winnipeg Free Press, August 14, 2013

‘Scared as all heck of dying’: Palliative-care pioneer succumbs to cancer at 67 after expressing fears

National Post, August 08, 2013

Dementia researcher Barry Greenberg leading Canada's efforts against growing scourge

Toronto Star, August 13, 2013

Twenty years after the protest, what we learned from Clayoquot Sound

Globe and Mail, August 12, 2013

Take care — your ethics are showing

Toronto Star, August 09, 2013

Python-linked deaths raise questions over exotic animal laws

CBC News, August 07, 2013

Time to rethink refusing kidney transplants for obese patients

CMAJ News, August 07, 2013

Animal rights activists brand themselves — literally

Toronto Star, August 08, 2013

Sask. woman questions ethics of doctor 'meet & greets'

CKOM News, August 01, 2013

July 2013

Powerless poor make handy research subjects

Toronto Star, July 24, 2013

Both sides of ‘Rolling Stone’ Boston bombing issue hotly debated

Global News, July 18, 2013

'Coffice' Etiquette: How to Politely Work From a Coffee Shop

Huffington Post Canada, July 17, 2013

Feds used native kids as guinea pigs

Winnipeg Free Press, July 17, 2013

Let’s speak less of death and more about care

Toronto Star, July 17, 2013

‘That terrifies us’: Canadian doctors get virtually no training on handling a patient’s desire to die

National Post, July 16, 2013

86 Whistler Sled Dogs Up For Adoption After Business Fails

Huffington Post Canada, July 16, 2013

Quebec mayor in cat scandal under investigation by animal-rights activists

Globe and Mail, July 16, 2013

Most Online Tests For Alzheimer's Disease Fail On Scientific Validity, Reliability And Ethical Factors

Canada Newswire, July 15, 2013

DNA databases solve crimes, but critics fear creep of genetic surveillance

CTV News, July 12, 2013

Women who freeze their eggs often wish they had done it earlier: study

CTV News, July 10, 2013

‘Cowboy ethics’ comes to the aid of an Alberta family grappling with loss

Globe and Mail, July 08, 2013

Train disaster triggers political debate on rail safety

CBC News, July 08, 2013

June 2013

'3-parent' fertility treatments planned in Britain

CBC News, June 30, 2013

Death, coffee and Bundt cakes: Death Cafés are safe places to talk about the afterlife

Globe and Mail, June 28, 2013

What’s important in your life? Check your credit card statements

Toronto Star, June 25, 2013

Pet owners who leave animals in hot cars targetted

CBC News, June 24, 2013

Transgender child wins the right to use girls' bathroom

CTV News, June 24, 2013

Doctors experiment with social media and apps

CBC News, June 23, 2013

Forget ethics training: Focus on empathy

Financial Post, June 21, 2013

Canada slow to protect whistleblowing spies, soldiers

CBC News, June 17, 2013

Two non-traditional dads, two different paths

Toronto Star, June 16, 2013

Quebec tables euthanasia bill

Globe and Mail, June 12, 2013

New guidelines say only one embryo should be transferred in young women undergoing in vitro fertilization

National Post, June 06, 2013

The meaning of Morgentaler

Macleans, June 01, 2013

May 2013

Assisted suicide debate heats up in Canada

Global BC, May 27, 2013

Public editor: Sometimes anonymity is necessary

Globe and Mail, May 27, 2013

Genetic testing: where will it end?

Ottawa Citizen, May 24, 2013

National Defence says it can’t help move Toronto elephants until fall

Globa and Mail, May 24, 2013

Boreal Forest Agreement To Protect Caribou Fails After 3 Years Of Negotiations

Huffington Post Canada, May 21, 2013

The science of making babies becomes commonplace

Vancouver Sun, May 18, 2013

Can the DSM survive the barrage of criticism?

CBC, May 17, 2013

Angelina Jolie did not inspire my double mastectomy

National Post, May 16, 2013

Winnipeg Ethicists Recognized Nationally

St-Boniface Hospital, May 16, 2013

The ethics of academic boycotts

CBC, May 15, 2013

Misled by nurses, psychiatrist disturbed by drugging of teen inmate

CTV News, May 14, 2013

Why pay more? To be conspicuous

Globe and Mail, May 13, 2013

Death of twin brothers fuels debate over Belgian euthanasia law

CBC, May 06, 2013

April 2013

Ethics and privacy

Ottawa Citizen, April 29, 2013

'Default to donation'

Ottawa Citizen, April 29, 2013

Hospital, research institute violated research ethics standards, report alleges

Ottawa Citizen, April 23, 2013

The controversy surrounding antidepressants and pregnancy

Macleans, April 20, 2013

US Supreme Court to hear arguments over whether human genes can be patented

Vancouver Sun, April 15, 2013

Canadian universities, copyright collective brace for battle over intellectual property

Vancouver Sun, April 14, 2013

B-schools to be judged on new criteria, including ethics and e-learning

Globe and Mail, April 09, 2013

Doctors, patients scramble following birth control recall

Global News, April 09, 2013

Scotiabank gives $1.5m to ethical business program

Chronicle Herald, April 08, 2013

Want to be an international banker? You'll have to take an integrity test first

Globe and Mail, April 04, 2013

Of mice and men

McGill Daily, April 04, 2013

Chemically altering emotions to prolong relationships

Winnipeg Free Press, April 02, 2013

Cornish hen dinner 'barbaric,' not 'elegant'

Vancouver Sun, April 02, 2013

Fertility consultant at centre of criminal case accused of forging egg donor profiles given to potential clients, documents show

National Post, April 01, 2013

March 2013

How Canada became a haven for the world’s unwanted dogs

Macleans, March 28, 2013

A change in thought on having a baby after "the change?"

CBC Radio, March 27, 2013

Hold off on mandatory flu shots for health workers until vaccine is more effective: Toronto specialist

National Post, March 13, 2013

Placebos widely prescribed by doctors

CBC News, March 03, 2013

Ethics of uterus transplants debated

CBC News, March 12, 2013

Somerville: It is difficult to put a price on human blood

Calgary Herald, March 11, 2013

Barbara Amiel on the ethics and emotions of testing drugs on animals

Maclean's, March 10, 2013

Room for dialogue on mining ethics

Ottawa Citizen, March 10, 2013

Toronto restaurateurs say horse meat a prime dining choice

CBC News, March 10, 2013

How 20 years has changed the debate over assisted suicide

CBC News, March 09, 2013

Gender geography in honour of International Women's Day: where’s the best place to be a woman?

Globe and Mail, March 08, 2013

The ethics of taking photos of those in grief: Public Editor

Toronto Star, March 09, 2013

Most Albertans support assisted suicide in specific circumstances

Edmonton Journal, March 06, 2013

Editorial: Ethics and power

Ottawa Citizen, March 05, 2013

Reframing the ethics of civil disobedience, March 03, 2013

February 2013

Alberta called weak on rules for private clinics

Calgary Herald, Feb 27, 2013

Queue-jumping inquiry hears from experts

CBC News, Feb 26, 2013

U.S. animal rights group wants to stop transfer of circus elephant to Bowmanville zoo

National Post, Feb 26, 2013

Carney calls for banks to focus on ethics

Toronto Star, Feb 25, 2013

Ontario pathology service facing deadline to match autopsy organs to families

Toronto Star, Feb 19, 2013

Autism's New Frontiers PART 2: ‘The bridge to nowhere’

Vancouver Sun, Feb 18, 2013

Pain assessment in animals important for welfare research

The Western Producer, Feb 15, 2013

Send a Valentine to animals

Vancouver Sun, Feb 14, 2013

Ethics watchdog to share thoughts on conflict of interest rules at committee

CBC News, Feb 11, 2013

Mutant virus sparks bioethics debate

Metro, Feb 10, 2013

Studies say: A not-so-boozy spring break, and lying toddlers

Macleans, Feb 10, 2013

January 2013

The more you love quinoa, the more you hurt Peruvians and bolivians

Globe and Mail, Jan 16, 2013

U.S. experts debate penalties for smokers, the obese

CTV News, Jan 26, 2013

India gang rape spurs changing attitudes on sexual violence

CBC, Jan 14, 2013

Can Lance Armstrong dare admit he was lying all along?

Globe and Mail, Jan 10, 2013

Ethical investing isn’t as easy as it sounds

Macleans, Jan 09, 2013

On ethics and wine writing

Ottawa Citizen, Jan 09, 2013

Ethics exam required for SNC Lavalin’s LRT consultants

Ottawa Business Journal, Jan 07, 2013

Canadian 'frankenfish' moves closer to FDA approval for human consumption

Windsor Star, Jan 04, 2013

Climate ethics and the smoker’s excuse

Vancouver Observer, Jan 04, 2013

The ethical robot

Vancouver Observer, Jan 03, 2013

The top 10 Canadian legal ethics stories for 2012

Canadian Lawyer & Law Times, Jan 03, 2013

Animal Welfare: How Canada Treated Animals In 2012

The Huffington Post, Jan 02, 2013

Why Chief Theresa Spence’s hunger strike is ethical

Toronto Star, Jan 02, 2013

December 2012

Should we live to 1,000?

Globe and Mail, Dec 27, 2012

Without fanfare, Jehovah’s Witnesses quietly soften position on blood transfusions

National Post, Dec 20, 2012

Sandy Hook, gun makers, and the thorny ethics of investing

Globe and Mail, Dec 18, 2012

Should physicians prescribe cognitive enhancers to healthy individuals?

Canada Newswire, Dec 17, 2012

Darwin the IKEA monkey has new home, but original owner wants him back

Montreal Gazette, Dec 11, 2012

Ontario doctors disciplined for sex abuse, but keep working

CBC News, Dec 11, 2012

Vancouver DJs halt prank calls after Australians' royal hoax

Global BC, Dec 11, 2012

You’re a what?

The Independent, Dec 11, 2012

Give doctors more power in health-care decisions

Edmonton Journal, Dec 10, 2012

Supreme Court mulls end-of-life decision process: Can doctors withdraw life-support without family's consent?

CBC News, Dec 10, 2012

Would you make your DNA and health data public if it may help cure disease?

Globe and Mail, Dec 10, 2012

Boardroom blunders at SNC-Lavalin

Macleans, Dec 7, 2012

Amanda Todd death prompts call for media rules

Globe and Mail, Dec 04, 2012

Tory MPs park ethics in refugee's case

Leader-Post, Dec 4, 2012

For sale: Donor embryos newest addition to world of artificial procreation

Ottawa Citizen, Dec 3, 2012

November 2012

Rewards programs raise concerns among Alberta pharmacists

Edmonton Journal, Nov 30, 2012

The latest trend in health care: Patients secretly filming doctors

National Post, Nov 27, 2012

Half-hearted medical care for hopeless cases

Toronto Star, Nov 25, 2012

Western-led team delivers world-first ethics guidelines

Western News, Nov 21, 2012

Amanda Todd's mother excluded from bullying forum

CBC News, Nov 15, 2012

Ethical investing: Some lines shouldn’t be crossed

Globe and Mail, Nov 15, 2012

Ireland to clarify abortion rules after woman's death

Toronto Sun, Nov 15, 2012

Access to information laws need more teeth, watchdog says

Calgary Herald, Nov 14, 2012

How Canada is starting to tackle the autism crisis

Toronto Star, Nov 11, 2012

North Vancouver terminal cancer patient goes to extreme lengths to find treatment

Vancouver Sun, Nov 11, 2012

New Brunswick hospitals latest to offer patients expanded end-of-life care options

National Post, Nov 08, 2012

Screening for survival: New False Creek Healthcare Centre program provides CT screening to detect lung cancer

The Province, Nov 7, 2012

Cash incentives for organ donations could boost numbers: Study

CTV News, Nov 6, 2012

Kids shouldn’t opt out of sex and religion courses

Calgary Herald, Nov 6, 2012

In hard times, soft skills taught more in B-school

Globe and Mail, Nov 5, 2012

Why is Canada such a laggard on clinical trials regulation?

Macleans, Nov 5, 2012

It's worth reconsidering our approach to sports

Victoria Times, Nov 1, 2012

October 2012

How Would the Whistleblower Minister Blow the Whistle?

Calgary Herald, Oct 31, 2012

Health workers should be required to get flu shots

The Toronto Star, Oct 30, 2012

Does Reproductive Tourism Treat Women Like Cattle?

Huffington Post Canada, Oct 29, 2012

Social egg freezing: A means to achieving life goals before becoming a mother, or a question of ethics?

National Post, Oct 27, 2012

Chef Dan Barber pioneers ethical approach to creating flavour

Brandon Sun, Oct 21, 2012

This Worst Practice Is Widespread in Companies

The Huffington Post, Oct 21, 2012

Life or Death: Who chooses?

Toronto Star, Oct 10, 2012

Peter Foster: A Nobel for kidney markets

Financial Post, Oct 19, 2012

Dignity of the human key in all health decisions

The Catholic Register, Oct 18, 2012

MD pays in sex-for-drugs case

Winnipeg Free Press, Oct 17, 2012

Canadian study tracks MS patient after "liberation treatment"

CTV News, Oct 16, 2012

President's bioethics panel urges new privacy protection to ensure benefits from DNA decoding

Brandon Sun, Oct 10, 2012

New rules govern care of sick doctors

Calgary Herald, Oct 08, 2012

Failure to disclose HIV status not always a criminal offence, top court rules

Edmonton Journal, Oct 05, 2012

Researcher explores issue of medical tourism

Burnaby Now, Oct 5, 2012

Supreme Court HIV decision provides legal answers, raises ethical questions

Global Winnipeg, Oct 05, 2012

The ethics of elective ventilation

CMAJ, Oct 5, 2012

Do you have a case of meat anxiety?

Globe and Mail, Oct 03, 2012

Montreal cardiologist and McGill prof admits accepting illegal payment

Global Montreal, Oct 03, 2012

September 2012

National MS Clinical Trial Receives Approval

Canada Newswire, Sept 28, 2012

Hands off our hearts (and lungs, corneas, kidneys and tissues)

National Post, Sept 25, 2012

Helsinki doctrine under review

CMAJ, Sept 24, 2012

Jane Goodall on Environmental Ethics

CBCradio, Sept 19, 2012

Should politicians be held to a higher ethical standard?

CBCradio, Sept 14, 2012

Rights of comatose girl must prevail

Calgary Herald, Sept 13, 2012

Dear boss, I'm pregnant, bankrupt, divorcing

Calgary Herald, Sept 10, 2012

Health scandal leads to research lockdown

Vancouver Sun, Sept 7, 2012

How brain-death guidelines protect patients

National Post, Sept 06, 2012

Global drug shortage: Toronto MD says doctors need to be part of solution

Toronto Star, Sept 03, 2012

Banned substance taken by Blue Jays prospect Marcus Stroman cause for concern

National Post, Sept 1, 2012

August 2012

The Immortality Project: $5 million to explore the afterlife

Global News, August 16, 2012

Your family doctor as a Facebook friend?, August 16, 2012

Ethical guidelines ignored by clinics

The Windsor Star, August 11, 2012

Gene-doping athletes may not be far off

Ottawa Citizen, August 8, 2012

Bracing for the next wave of sports cheats: Genetic dopers

Globe and Mail, August 07, 2012

Caster Semenya: Runner, champion… guinea pig?, August 07, 2012

Dr. Vincent P. Sweeney to Receive CMA's Dr. William Marsden Award in Medical Ethics

Canada Newswire, August 1, 2012

July 2012

Most Canadians have no end-of-life plan

Financial Post, July 27, 2012

AIDS Doctor Says Political Will Key To End Epidemic

Huffington Post, July 24, 2012

Simons: Toddler on life support at centre of ethical debate

Edmonton Journal, July 23, 2012

Feds' move to appeal euthanasia decision will appeal to voters: Prof

Sun News, July 17, 2012

New Methods Reported For Safely And Accurately Disclosing Alzheimer's Disease Risk Based On Newly Approved Tests

Digital Journal, July 17, 2012

Drug trials on trial: Is it really greed versus good?

Globe and Mail, July 13, 2012

Live Chat: The legal and ethical debate over male circumcision, July 13, 2012

Ottawa to appeal B.C. ruling on assisted suicide

Globe and Mail, July 13, 2012

Cancer patient’s death strengthens a push for last-chance drugs

Globe and Mail, July 11, 2012

Dal med undergoes curriculum transplant

Chronicle Herald, July 8, 2012

June 2012

Column: Catholic vaccine ban 'profoundly unethical'

Calgary Sun, June 29, 2012

Canadians must debate doctor-assisted suicide: CMAJ

The Province, June 25, 2012

Facebook's Organ Donation Drive Success Spills Into Canada

Huffington Post Canada, June 25, 2012

Blowback on birth control

Macleans, June 21, 2012

Online gateway pairs Parkinson’s patients with clinical trials

Globe and Mail, June 17, 2012

Terminally ill patients should have access to last-chance therapies

Globe and Mail, June 17, 2012

Court grants terminally ill B.C. woman legal right to doctor-assisted suicide

Winnipeg Free Press, June 15, 2012

Anti-abortion activists go door-to-door in Winnipeg

CBC, June 14, 2012

Sperm donor can’t change his mind after signing contract

National Post, June 6, 2012

Ethics body backs potential '3-parent' IVF treatment

Vancouver Sun, June 12, 2012

May 2012

Foreign-trained doctors get backing from medical group 

CBC, May 22, 2012

Somerville: Democracy hurt by abortion stats secrecy

Calgary Herald, May 22, 2012

Ageism in health care needs to end, doctor says

Globe and Mail – May 21, 2012

Canada OKs Osiris drug - first stem cell therapy

Montreal Gazette – May 18, 2012

Op Ed: Human rights must trump religious freedom in a democracy

Edmonton Journal, May 18, 2012

Judge with cancer makes case for marijuana

Toronto Sun, May 17, 2012

Sex exhibit at sci-tech museum causes furor

CBC, May 17, 2012

Supreme Court to make a life and death decision

Toronto Sun, May 17, 2012

Bioethicist calls for more action after N.L. woman's death

CBC, May 16, 2012

Bishops urge believers to ensure ‘religious voice ’ is heard on abortion, gay marriage

National Post, May 15, 2012

In Alberta, pharmacists have a bitter pill to dispense

Globe and Mail, May 14, 2012

Tories back call to develop national drug strategy

Globe and Mail, May 14, 2012

As our DNA defines us, science outpaces ethics

Globe and Mail, May 10, 2012

FDA warns about multiple sclerosis vein procedure

CBC, May 10, 2012

At SickKids, palliative care is more about life than death

Toronto Star, May 9, 2012

Vatican board courts controversy with neutral scientists

CBC, May 9, 2012

Psychopaths have different brains: study

National Post, May 7, 2012

April 2012

Five years later, HPV vaccination rates still 'disappointingly low'

Montreal Gazette, April 29, 2012

Parents of gravely ill children feel betrayed by Harper budget

Globe and Mail, April 29, 2012

Rasouli case shows benefit of doctors discussing treatment options with patients before surgery

Globe and Mail, April 29, 2012

The government’s selective defence of freedom

Ottawa Citizen, April 29, 2012

The ethics of ‘sometimes’ foods

National Post, April 27, 2012

MPs denounce motion to study when life begins

CBC News, April 26, 2012

'Thumbs-up' from man on life-support revives family's hope

CBC News, April 25, 2012

Physicians shouldn’t let disputes with vaccine-averse parents impede a child’s broader medical care

Toronto Star, April 25, 2012

Euthanasie: la commission se défend, April 24, 2012

Catholic teachers under fire for promoting pro-life motion to students

Toronto Star, April 23, 2012

Frozen human egg buyers may face prosecution

CBC News, April 23, 2012

Get me an ethicist, stat

National Post, April 23, 2012

Lessons from Toronto’s Jackie Smith as she dies of cancer

Toronto Star, April 23, 2012

The ethics of caring for the dying

Toronto Star, April 23, 2012

‘Feticide’ debate plunges us into murky ethical waters

Toronto Star, April 20, 2012

Feds to fund clinical trial of controversial MS treatment in Canada

Vancouver Sun, April 19, 2012

Putting ethics back into Alberta’s medical system

Calgary Herald, April 19, 2012

He or she: Does gender really matter?

Globe and Mail, April 17, 2012

Female feticide: is it happening in Ontario?

Toronto Star, April 15, 2012

March 2012

To go gently into that good night

Globe and Mail, March 17, 2012

Drug shortage forces hospice to turn away dying patient

Toronto Star, March 17, 2012

Drug shortages: Single supplier for generic injectables at root of crisis in Canada

Toronto Star, March 17, 2012

University of Toronto should continue primate experiments when there’s no good alternative

Toronto Star, March 16, 2012

UBC animal research needs to meet a higher standard

Vancouver Sun, March 14, 2012

UBC’s Faculty of Medicine accused of unfair admissions process

The Ubyssey, March 14, 2012

Animal research at a crossroads

Vancouver Sun, March 11, 2012

Health Bribes: ‘It’s thievery,’ woman charged $10,000 says

Montreal Gazette, March 9, 2012

Retired judge to head Alberta queue-jumping health inquiry

CBC News, March 5, 2012

Better patient engagement: crucial to future of health care

Globe and Mail, March 4, 2012

Unethical arguments

Ottawa Citizen, March 3, 2012

Ethicists who argued that ‘after-birth abortions’ are ethical receive death threats

Globe and Mail, March 2, 2012

Super-human brain technology sparks ethics debate

Vancouver Sun, March 2, 2012

February 2012

Are Canadians Bribing Their Doctors?

Macleans, February 28, 2012

Assisted suicide debate intensifies

Vancouver Sun, February 25, 2012

Physicians muzzled, intimidated, Health Quality Council report finds

Calgary Herald, February 23, 2012

The interests of children conceived through egg and sperm donation

Globe and Mail, February 21, 2012

Quebec doctors cashing in on long wait lists

CBC News, February 20, 2012

Ethical leadership can be strengthened, survey finds

CTV News, Feburary 18, 2012

Parents upset by Quebec ethics class ruling

CBC News, February 18, 2012

Tentative steps toward transparency and accountability in research

CMAJ, February 17, 2012

University of Toronto stops research on live monkeys

Toronto Star, February 17, 2012

Quebec still favours relaunch of asbestos industry

Montreal Gazette, February 16, 2012

Being an ethics consumer is hard

Canadian Business, February 13, 2012

McGill to conduct preliminary review into tainted research allegations

Edmonton Journal, February 10, 2012

Canada's top court takes on HIV disclosure debate

CTV News, Feburary 8, 2012

Patient communication study shows doctors regularly withhold truth

Huffington Post, February 8, 2012

Spanking kids can cause long-term harm-Canada study

Reuters Canada, February 7, 2012

The 'Thou Shalt Nots' matter

Huffington Post, February 6, 2012

Scientists censure McGill University over ties to asbestos industry

Montreal Gazette, February 4, 2012

January 2012

Focus on the fetus

National Post, January 24, 2012

Keep sex of fetuses a secret to prevent selective abortion of girls

National Post, January 16, 2012

MPs have 'duty' to debate rights of unborn

Globe and Mail, January 11, 2012

Names of dishonest researchers to be disclosed in Canada

The Ubyssey, January 10, 2012

John Dossetor recalls first organ transplant in Canada & ethics review

Ottawa Citizen, January 3, 2012

December 2011

Top 10 ethical questions Canadians should answer in 2012

Toronto Star, December 31, 2011

Corporate sponsorship: a debate worth having

Chronicle Herald, December 28, 2011

Doctors take fight to remove man from life support to supreme court

National Post, December 22, 2011

Supreme Court of Canada agrees to hear Rasouli case

National Post, December 22, 2011

Unaffiliated Canadian-based research ethics committee accredited

Daily News, December 20, 2011

Testing the ethics of genetic testing in sports

Canadian Medical Association Journal, December 13, 2011

November 2011

CNA and CMA propose principles to guide Health Accord 2014

Globe and Mail, November 30, 2011

Is the decision to recommend reduced breast screening ethical?

Globe and Mail, November 29, 2011

It's too dangerous to allow others to kill us

Calgary Herald, November 28, 2011

Critical care: Spending 10 weeks with patients facing death

Globe and Mail, November 26, 2011

Principles to guide health care transformation in Canada

Globe and Mail, November 24, 2011

Op Ed: Facts should shape assisted-suicide debate

Edmonton Journal, November 23, 2011

Ethics of palliative sedation challenged

Vancouver Sun, November 16, 2011

Expert panel calls for legalization of assisted suicide

CBC News, November 15, 2011

Right-to-die case explores legal, ethical and moral issues

Globe and Mail, November 15, 2011

Three Parent In-vitro Fertilization

CBCradio, Sept 19, 2012

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