Global National: Jan. 23, 2023 | Ontario doctors allege 600K patient records shared without consent

A group of family doctors have filed a complaint with Ontario’s privacy commissioner alleging a University of Toronto research project collected thousands of medical records without the consent or knowledge of patients. Caryn Lieberman has more on the concerns over needing to find a balance between advancing medical research and protecting the rights of patients.

As California police try to figure out why a 72-year-old gunman went on a deadly rampage at a Monterey Park dance studio, one young man named Brandon Tsay is being hailed a hero. Jackson Proskow explains how Tsay confronted the gunman, therefore potentially preventing a second massacre that horrifying night.

After being flooded with complaints in December 2022 and then cancelling flights from Saskatchewan and Manitoba, Sunwing is now grounding trips from the Maritimes. Ross Lord breaks down why the company keeps scaling back, and which airline could stand to benefit from Sunwing’s woes.

Plus, ArriveCAN controversy: why Prime Minister Justin Trudeau calls the process and contracts given out to create the app were “highly illogical” and “inefficient.”

And a putt above the rest: Eric Sorensen looks at how Canadian golfing phenom Brooke Henderson made history again despite enduring a tough offseason.

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