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Ontario expands IVF coverage

TORONTO—Ontario will spend $50 million a year to expanding coverage of in-vitro fertilization to help about 4,000 would-be parents grow their families.

Health minister Eric Hoskins says anyone with fertility problems, “including non-medical factors” such as same-sex couples and single people, will be able to access one round of IVF.

Canadian Centre for Child Protection starts new campaign for cyberbullied teens

WINNIPEG The Winnipeg-based Canadian Centre for Child Protection has launched a new campaign to help teens who have been seriously impacted by the spread of sexual pictures.

In a news release, the centre says the social fallout from this kind of cyberbullying can leave youth feeling alienated and alone.