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By 2035, the number of Canadians requiring physiotherapy is forecast to reach 1.5 million, according to the Conference Board of Canada.
Summer is filled with opportunities to explore and adventure around Ontario and abroad, but it also tends to represent a season in which individuals spend quite a bit of cash.
As the summer driving season kicks off, safety officials are urging Canadians to exercise caution in their travels.
May just might be the most important month on the calendar for dermatologists and oncologists when it comes to conveying the dangers of excessive sun exposure to patients.
Nearly 45 percent of Canadian adults have yet to submit their tax documents to the federal government, according to a newly released poll conducted by H&R Block Canada.
With the vast majority of Canadians owning a smartphone, the government of Canada is looking to make the most of this reality by alerting citizens of urgent situations on their mobile devices.
Keeping up on your home maintenance will save you time, money, and stress all year long, as well as helping to avoid major issues like fires or structural collapse.
Less than half of women believe they possess the understanding needed to detect the physical manifestations that come with breast cancer development.
These tips can help prevent theft in your small business.
Almost 40 percent of employees in Canada say their sleep quality is suffering due to anxieties emanating from their work life, a recent survey conducted by Accountemps found.