On Friday, Apple will begin selling the highly anticipated iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus in Canada. CityNews technology specialist Mike Yawney was the only Canadian broadcast journalist to get his hands on the devices early to put them through their paces. Here is his exclusive review. (2)
A type of enterovirus, called EV-D68, has been confirmed in 104 young people in 10 U.S. states.
As of Aug. 31, there were 3,685 Ebola cases and 1,841 deaths in West Africa.
EV-D68 has been confirmed in 104 young people in 10 U.S. states, from mid August to Sept. 15. (1)
More tests are needed to determine if it's same virus that has infected dozens of children in the U.S.
TORONTO – High level efforts are underway to find ways to substantially ramp up production of experimental Ebola vaccines and drugs, officials at the World Health Organization and within the U.S. government say. The talks involve trying to find more production capacity for the therapeutics, which before this outbreak had never been tested in people. Read the Rest of the Entry Video
The organization that bears his name has raised over $650 million to date.
The CRTC hearings aimed at developing new rules for the TV industry continue through this week. (15)
Prescriptions for drugs like oxycodone and morphine jumped significantly in the country between 2006 and 2011. (1)
Events happening in the city from Sept. 12-14.
Advances in treatment over the last few decades have dramatically altered the prognosis for people with osteosarcoma.
People who consume a lot of alcohol develop digestive tract issues, Dennis Long says.
Ottawa says it will cut EI premiums for small businesses for the next two years, a move it billed will save employers more than $550 million.
BMO said it slashed its posted rate from 3.29 per cent to 2.99 per cent because of lower bond yields.
The injection is reversible with another injection which flushes it out.
Roughly 1 per cent of the Canadian population is affected by the condition.
CityNews technology specialist Mike Yawney covered the event live from Cupertino, Calif. (4)
Toronto folksinger Corin Raymond used $7,333.75 in donated Canadian Tire money to fund his 20-song album.
It's the first case of the virus in Toronto this year. Video
Some of Canada's conventional broadcasters and distribution firms argue that online platforms should be forced somehow to make mandatory contributions to the country's television programming system.
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