CBC - Health McDonald's Canada warns all products may now come in contact with nuts 2017-01-17T20:15:36.000000Z McDonald's Canada has started serving its first product containing peanuts or tree nuts that do not come in an individual package, causing concerns for customers with severe nut allergies. Saskatchewan and federal government reach deal on health care 2017-01-17T19:51:53.000000Z Saskatchewan and the federal government have reached a health-care deal, allowing the province to get new federal money for home care and mental health. The province has also reached a separate agreement in its dispute over private MRI clinics. Trudeau falls short on commitment to Grassy Narrows mercury problems, chief says 2017-01-17T16:43:06.000000Z The chief of Grassy Narrows says both Ontario and Canada must commit to cleaning up the mercury contamination in the northern Ontario First Nation, not just further study. Many Ontario hospitals extending visiting hours to 24/7 2017-01-17T11:00:00.000000Z A growing number of hospitals in Ontario are allowing visitors around the clock, citing the benefit to patients of having support from family members in the hospital room. 'I was screaming,' woman says of 'painful' eye lift by suspected fake doctor 2017-01-17T10:00:00.000000Z "When she cut my eyelid, it felt very painful," an ESL student who thought Zhou (Sabrina) Li was a doctor said when she went to her basement clinic in Delta in October for eye lift surgery. 'Should we really die differently?': Doctor delivers end-of-life care to Toronto's homeless 2017-01-17T10:00:00.000000Z A program in Toronto is providing end-of-life medical treatment for the homeless, sending doctors out to visit patients at shelters, drop-in centres and sometimes even on the streets. Tonsillectomy improved throat infections in short-term, review finds 2017-01-17T05:01:00.000000Z Children who had tonsillectomies to improve the number of sore throats or throat infections showed fewer clinician visits and fewer days of work or school missed in the year after surgery compared with children who did not receive surgery Territories agree to health funding deal with federal government 2017-01-17T00:37:59.000000Z Nunavut, Yukon and the Northwest Territories have signed bilateral deals with the federal government on health-care transfers. Inquest begins into Brandon Jansen's overdose death at treatment centre 2017-01-16T19:28:44.000000Z The BC Coroners Service's public inquest into the death of Brandon Jansen began Monday, nearly a year after the 20-year-old's fentanyl-related overdose. Will Trump promote vaccine refusal? 2017-01-16T16:01:22.000000Z A well-known U.S. vaccine sceptic has talked to incoming President Donald Trump about leading a panel on the safety of vaccines. The implications could be huge.