Kidney disease is a serious condition that affects one in 10 Canadians, and has no cure. March is Kidney Health Month and the focus this year is on prevention and the importance of adopting a healthy lifestyle to help promote good kidney health.
This year is all about standing up and being heard – something that is particularly topical with the result of the American election. But it is also a day of reflection and celebration, when women highlight the achievements of their gender in politics, economics, science and more.
A kickstarter campaign has been launched for a Canadian cricket protein company to expand its line of products.
Vancouver-based Coast Protein is hoping to raise 20-thousand dollars from now until the end of the month to help streamline production, improve packaging, and add cricket protein powders to its list of products.
The Competition Bureau and several fraud-prevention partners have announced the Top-10 fraud scams targeting Canadians last year. Tops on the list in terms of complaints received was the employment scam that bilked victims out of 5.3-million dollars when people sent cheques people offering jobs they can do from home.