Non-profit housing, tightened rent control solutions to climbing rents in Winnipeg: advocates – Winnipeg

Non-profit housing, tightened rent control solutions to climbing rents in Winnipeg: advocates – Winnipeg

Winnipeggers hunting for a new apartment may see rentals listed much higher than the last time they moved. In one of the most affordable cities in Canada, the average cost of rent continues to climb, leaving advocates concerned how tenants will manage amid high inflation. They’re pushing for solutions, including non-profit housing and tightened rent … Read more

Nearly 200-year-old Saint John, N.B. church vies for funding in national contest – New Brunswick

Nearly 200-year-old Saint John, N.B. church vies for funding in national contest – New Brunswick

While Saint John, NB, is a city rich in history, there are few structures that match the unique façade of Stone Church. Slabs of stone, first laid during construction in 1824 and 1825, continue to occupy the top of Carleton Street. Rev. Jasmine Chandra said its style falls under a unique period architecturally, falling under … Read more

We tried Canada’s number-one meal delivery service to see if it was really worth it

We tried Canada’s number-one meal delivery service to see if it was really worth it

One of my big new year’s resolutions this year is to cook more for myself. After a pretty busy 2022 full of seeing new friends and overworking myself, I’m struggling to justify the enormous bills I’ve racked up ordering delivery. It’s not that I don’t like cooking, or that I’m bad at it. I was … Read more

Expanding access to dental care in Canada

Expanding access to dental care in Canada

Event summary produced by The Globe and Mail Events team. The Globe’s editorial department was not involved. Medical research shows a link between poor oral health and other chronic conditions such as heart disease and diabetes. Yet according to Statistics Canada, one in five Canadians avoid visiting a dental clinic due to cost, and approximately … Read more

Drinking too much? New guide on alcohol consumption outlines limits for Canadians – National

Drinking too much? New guide on alcohol consumption outlines limits for Canadians – National

Canadians should consider limiting their alcohol consumption to two drinks or less per week, according to new national guidance. The recommendations released Tuesday by the Canadian Center on Substance Use and Addiction (CCSA) said that drinking more than two standard drinks—an equivalent of 13.45g of pure alcohol—at a time is associated with increased risks. The … Read more

U.S. experts recommend weight-loss drugs for some obese children. What about Canada? – National

U.S. experts recommend weight-loss drugs for some obese children. What about Canada? – National

Weight-loss drugs recently recommended by the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) for some children may be appropriate in some cases even in Canada — and used in addition to changes in health behavior and lifestyle, according to some experts. The new guidelines issued in the US — the first in over a decade — focus … Read more

What You Need To Know About Canada’s New Refund Rules For Flights

What You Need To Know About Canada’s New Refund Rules For Flights

New refund regulations for air travelers with canceled or delayed flights were launched on … [+] September 8 in Canada. Getty Images As of September 8, 2022, airlines flying to, from and within Canada (including connecting flights) must now issue a full refund for flight cancellations and delays if passengers can’t be accommodated on a … Read more

Canada shows promise for US pet food exports

Canada shows promise for US pet food exports

WASHINGTON — As pet ownership throughout the world continues to rise, as does the demand for more pet food products, representing a wealth of trade opportunities for US pet food processors. According to Euromonitor International, global pet food sales are expected to grow to $123.6 billion in 2022. The United States is currently on-track to … Read more

Health Canada introduces new rules for supplemented foods, front-of-package nutrition labeling

Health Canada introduces new rules for supplemented foods, front-of-package nutrition labeling

Historically, manufacturers and distributors have had to obtain a Temporary Marketing Authorization (TMA) to sell supplemented foods in Canada. Supplemented foods already on the market with a TMA or application submitted before July 21, 2022, will have until December 31, 2025 to comply with the new regulations. However, all new supplemented foods will need to … Read more