Using principles from industrial engineering to reduce wait times for cancer patients is one small step towards relieving pressure on the patient, hospitalâ€”and on the family too.
Data collection only stands to increase as cities become more technology-heavy, say experts, which is sparking privacy concerns.
'When I came [to Canada], the infrastructure that was available to me, such as recreational facilities, soccer fields, libraries, [the] public transit system, enabled me to succeed.'
'The federal government needs to end the distribution of medical marijuana by mail without the supervision of a healthcare professional and put the provinces in charge of distributing this product,' writes the president of the Quebec Pharmacist-Owners Association.
'Self-driving vehicles will no doubt occasionally make mistakes that hurt human beings, but computer programs are bound to be less erratic on the roads than human beings.'