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Saskatoon StarPhoenix

Canadian doctors writing more opioid prescriptions, but patients get fewer doses
Saskatoon StarPhoenix
A new report by the Canadian Institute for Health Information says the number of prescriptions filled for opioid medications has been rising in Canada. In a report released today, CIHI found the overall number of prescriptions for opioids increased by ...
Canadian doctors are writing more opioid prescriptions despite overdose crisis, study saysVICE News
Colby Cosh: New research reveals crazy provincial discrepancies in opioid prescriptionsNational Post

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Huffington Post Canada

Canada Post Reveals Santa Will No Longer Write Individual Letters To School Kids
Huffington Post Canada
Writing a letter to Santa is a beloved Christmas tradition, and every year the elves at Canada Post work hard to ensure every child gets a personal response from old Saint Nick. This year, however, Santa's helpers are making a slight change to their ...



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