Canadian hospitals warned they might see delays when Saudi med students leave

By The Canadian Press Fri., Aug. 17, 2018 OTTAWA—A health care group that represents the majority of university hospitals says losing Saudi Arabian medical residents will probably result in delays, but ultimately won’t effect the quality of care. Paul-Émile Cloutier, the president and CEO of HealthCareCan, says the primary concern among some hospitals is that…

Pentagon says China military ‘likely training for strikes’ on U.S. targets

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – China’s military has expanded its bomber operations in recent years while “likely training for strikes” against the United States and its allies, a Pentagon report released on Thursday said. The assessment, which comes at a time of heightened U.S.-China tensions over trade, was contained in an annual report that highlighted China’s efforts…

How to Get Through Back to School Shopping on a Budget

Internships are coming to an end, blockbuster movies are in their final few weeks at cinemas, and slowly but surely people are beginning to pack up their pineapple floaties. It’s officially mid-August, which means summer is slowing down, and school is back in session. Whether you’re in your final years of high school, or beginning…

Welcome to Waltonville, where the world’s richest family reigns

By Tom MetcalfBloomberg Thu., Aug. 16, 2018 The largest family fortune on earth is run out of two floors of unmarked suites in Bentonville, Arkansas. The building is a discreet nerve centre for the Walton family’s $ 152 billion hoard. There are plenty more overt signs of their success in the heart of the city.…