COVID-19 prompts flood of people to write, change their wills — but quarantine measures are getting in the way

Waves of people concerned about COVID-19 are rushing to write or change their wills, but they’re running into a roadblock caused by the effort to curb the pandemic.  Legally, a last will and testament... Read more »

Company set to crank out ventilators, awaiting final go-ahead from Ottawa

A Canadian company says it can crank up production within days of potential life-saving ventilators, once it gets final instructions from the federal government. Countries are scrambling to avoid the nightmarish scenario... Read more »

‘She wanted to do that for me’: Woman with power of attorney takes thousands from 97-year-old with dementia

A woman with power of attorney who took tens of thousands of dollars from a 97-year-old woman with dementia had criminal charges against her withdrawn, in a case critics say exposes gaps... Read more »