"There is less control over DNA privacy than Facebook privacy," says Prof. Julia Creet.
On Jan. 15, Toronto’s renowned Hospital for Sick Children announced the appointment of Dr. Anna Goldenberg as its first chair in biomedical informatics and artificial intelligence. It’s believed that SickKids is the first children’s hospital in North America to have such a position.
Later this month, Irri-Al-Tal, an Israeli irrigation company, will debut with a listing on the TSX Venture Exchange under the name Water Ways Technology.
The Forward will be ending its print run more than 120 years after it first began publication in 1897.
As of Dec. 31, the HFLA had extended a total of 99,157 interest-free loans worth just under $136 million since it was founded in 1911. In terms of the number of loans it has given out, the non-profit organization ranks fourth among global Jewish free loan associations, after Tel Aviv, New York and Los Angeles.
Ontario now provides the opportunity for children who meet the eligibility criteria to undergo SDR surgery, and Ben Shwarzman was one of the first to take advantage of it.
Alex Rose profiles Jobim Novak, a young man who has overcome his mental health struggles and is now an ambassador for the Bell Let's Talk initiative.