Health Canada warns of EpiPen shortages across Canada

Quick-acting EpiPen auto-injectors can save lives during severe allergic reactions. READ MORE: How to use an EpiPen and recognize the signs of anaphylaxis “It has the active medication called epinephrine so as soon as we inject that epinephrine in the body, it will counteract these reactions,” Regina pharmacist Parth Patel said. Related Reality check: Is it safe to use an expired

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‘I actually should be thanking her…’: Premier Wall seemingly ends latest squabble with Premier Notley

While touring a Calgary brewery Thursday, Alberta Premier Rachel Notley was asked what advice she had for Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall’s successor. “I believe the advice I would give to the new premier is look at the facts. Look at the data. Look at the reporting on economic activity, and reconsider the approach they’ve taken up until now.” Notley replied.

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Alberta Premier Rachel Notley offers advice to next Saskatchewan premier

Alberta Premier Rachel Notley has some advice for the next leader of Saskatchewan: handle the economy differently than the government has under current premier Brad Wall. The governing Saskatchewan Party is to choose a new leader later this month to replace Wall, who announced last summer that he was leaving politics. Wall rose to national prominence for his down-to-earth style,

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