Author Archives: Bulletin Editor

Health-care system short-changes seniors

EvidenceNetwork.ca Despite having diabetes and arthritis, Verne was a thriving independent 72-year-old who lived at home with his wife when he had a stroke. He had excellent emergency care in the hospital and began his recovery there. But he didn’t ...

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Heart stents don’t always save lives

Every year over 300,000 North Americans have a stent implanted to increase the flow of blood to heart’s muscle. Stents have been inserted for decades because of cardiologists’ concern that, without a stent, a heart attack may occur. Or, a ...

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King Street traffic mess: latest data

The City of Toronto Aug. 16 released the latest set of data on the King Street Transit Pilot, a transit-priority pilot project on King Street from Bathurst Street to Jarvis Street. The dashboard released shows: • An 11% increase in ...

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