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Michigan school shooting survivor heals with surgery, a trusted horse and a chance to tell her story

Michigan school shooting survivor heals with surgery, a trusted horse and a chance to tell her story

MAYFIELD TOWNSHIP, Mich.
CRA claws back $458 million in pandemic-era wage subsidies after partial audit

CRA claws back $458 million in pandemic-era wage subsidies after partial audit

OTTAWA — The Canada Revenue Agency has denied or adjusted $458 million in funds disbursed to employers through a pandemic-era wage subsidy program as a result of a partially completed auditing process.
Public sector strike: Quebec government calls on unions to submit counter-offer

Public sector strike: Quebec government calls on unions to submit counter-offer

MONTREAL — Quebec's treasury board president implored unions on Sunday to table a counter-offer to the government's last contract proposal as a week of planned, provincewide public sector strikes is set to get underway.
Oregon's first-in-the-nation drug decriminalization law faces growing pushback amid fentanyl crisis

Oregon's first-in-the-nation drug decriminalization law faces growing pushback amid fentanyl crisis

PORTLAND, Ore.
Snoop Dogg says he's giving up 'smoke.' It caught some of his fans off guard

Snoop Dogg says he's giving up 'smoke.' It caught some of his fans off guard

NEW YORK (AP) — Asking for privacy, hip-hop legend and longtime marijuana enthusiast Snoop Dogg says he's going to stop smoking — though he didn't specify exactly what that might mean.
Dogs are coming down with an unusual respiratory illness in several US states

Dogs are coming down with an unusual respiratory illness in several US states

Veterinary laboratories in several states are investigating an unusual respiratory illness in dogs, and encouraging people to take basic precautions to keep their pets healthy as veterinarians try to pin down what's making the animals sick.
2 transgender boys sue after University of Missouri halts gender-affirming care to minors

2 transgender boys sue after University of Missouri halts gender-affirming care to minors

Two transgender boys are suing the University of Missouri over its decision to stop providing gender-affirming care to minors over concerns that a new state law could create legal issues for its doctors.
Salmonella in cantaloupes sickens dozens in 15 states, U.S. health officials say

Salmonella in cantaloupes sickens dozens in 15 states, U.S. health officials say

U.S. health officials are warning consumers not to eat certain whole and cut cantaloupes and pre-cut fruit products linked to an outbreak of salmonella poisoning.
The FDA is screening US cinnamon imports after more kids are sickened by lead-tainted applesauce

The FDA is screening US cinnamon imports after more kids are sickened by lead-tainted applesauce

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is screening imports of cinnamon from multiple countries for toxic lead contamination after growing reports of children who were sickened after eating pouches of applesauce and apple puree.
The flu is soaring in seven US states and rising in others, health officials say

The flu is soaring in seven US states and rising in others, health officials say

NEW YORK (AP) — The U.S. flu season is underway, with at least seven states reporting high levels of illnesses and cases rising in other parts of the country, health officials say.