Monthly Archives: June 2006

On March 8, 2006, the last load of concrete poured onto the roof of Capital Health's Mazankowski Alberta Heart Institute in Edmonton, Alberta. It...

Since its opening last fall, the new Neuroimaging Department at University Health Network's Toronto Western Hospital (TWH) has seen a constant stream of visitors...

Princess Margaret Hospital is known for its ability to balance state-of-the-art diagnosis and treatment with compassion and care. There is an expectation that their...

Canada's largest children's rehabilitation hospital broke the institutional mould in February when it opened an extraordinary new building designed to support healing in children...

James Kaernerk is a long way from home. The nineteen-year-old rehabilitation patient at the Élisabeth Bruyère Health Centre (a site of SCO Health Service)...

Many of our daily activities involve information management. We use automated banking machines for account updates and bill payment, we book plane tickets online,...

When I began the journey to becoming "green", I realized, first and foremost it is important to choose your cheerleaders and champions. These are...

Research scientists know what they want; their laboratory facilities must be set up "just so" to do their work properly. Often, however, they don't...

Eight diagnostic tests in 14 days. That is what a New Brunswick retired teacher had to endure several years ago as physicians searched for...

BC Cancer Research Centre (BCCRC) represents one of Canada's largest integrated cancer research centres and includes the unique Michael Smith Genome Sciences Centre. Located...