When are you really dead? Study aims to dispel myths, remove barriers to organ donation

EKG Alert Illustration

A study led by eastern Ontario’s children’s hospital is seeking to better understand the dying process and help address families’ fears around organ donation.


Sea trials to begin for next contender trying to master Bay of Fundy’s tides


Weather permitting, floating tidal energy turbines will be installed Monday for sea trials in the Grand Passage on Digby Neck, N.S.


Edmonton woman out $320 as e-transfer fraudsters cash in during pandemic

Alysia Lok

Alysia Lok turned to e-transfers during the pandemic to keep her fledgling business afloat. She figured it was safe, since financial institutions market their ease and security. But when a fraudster intercepted a payment, Lok, like dozens of others who contacted Go Public, was out of pocket.


The next generation of PPE: How Canadian researchers are making masks, gowns better

Mask testing

While many Canadians may be longing for the day when masks are no longer required, researchers are working on the next generation of personal protective equipment — hoping improvements will make the public use protective gear after the pandemic.