October 5, 2017

IWK Foundation writes letter to the community | Watch News Videos Online

IWK Foundation writes letter to the community | Watch News Videos Online

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Auditor general says Nova Scotia government needs to tighten its fraud controls

Auditor general says Nova Scotia government needs to tighten its fraud controls

HALIFAX — Nova Scotia’s auditor general says the provincial government needs tighter controls on potential fraud by senior public officials who have access to taxpayers’ money.Mic…

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‘We are a separate organization’: IWK Foundation distancing itself from expense scandal

‘We are a separate organization’: IWK Foundation distancing itself from expense scandal

In light of recent controversies with upper management at the IWK Health Centre, the IWK Foundation is working to set to record straight about where money goes.

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CTV Atlantic: Kitch repays owed expenses

CTV Atlantic: Kitch repays owed expenses

The IWK Health Centre says former CEO Tracy Kitch has payed the $10,000 she owed to the hospital. CTV's Heather Butts has more.

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CBC Nova Scotia News October 04, 2017

CBC Nova Scotia News October 04, 2017

start at 10:37 and 33:14

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Tracy Kitch Repays Her IWK Expenses (by subscription only)

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Former IWK CEO repays remaining $10K from expense scandal

Former IWK CEO repays remaining $10K from expense scandal

Former IWK Health Centre CEO Tracy Kitch has repaid almost $10,000 in outstanding personal expenses charged to the Halifax children's hospital just two days after the hospital said it would be pursuin

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IWK receives remaining money owed from former CEO, won’t pursue legal claim

IWK receives remaining money owed from former CEO, won’t pursue legal claim

The IWK Health Centre says it has received the remaining $10,000 owed in outstanding personal expenses from its former CEO.

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Former IWK CEO submits final payment, organization will not pursue legal action - NEWS 95.

Former IWK CEO submits final payment, organization will not pursue legal action - NEWS 95.

HALIFAX – The IWK Health Centre says it has received final payment from its former CEO and will not pursue legal action. This come’s days after the organization said it would pursue legal action, as T

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IWK Foundation distances itself from health centre scandal - NEWS 95.7

IWK Foundation distances itself from health centre scandal - NEWS 95.7

HALIFAX – With the IWK Children’s Hospital dealing with an expense scandal involving senior officials, the IWK Foundation is looking to quell any concerns about citizens donating to the hospital. The

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IWK Foundation wants public to know it's separate from IWK Health Centre

IWK Foundation wants public to know it's separate from IWK Health Centre

The IWK Foundation is going public with a message that it had nothing to do with the expense scandal that has engulfed the IWK Health Centre and its board of directors.

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Halifax researcher excited by breast cancer discovery

Halifax researcher excited by breast cancer discovery

A discovery announced Wednesday at Yale University will lead to better treatments for breast and other cancers, a Halifax researcher says.

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READER’S CORNER: Ballooning health crisis

READER’S CORNER: Ballooning health crisis

In a former office, my editor kept a book on his desk called Lies, Damned Lies and Statistics. Often, people are lost to the anonymity of numbers and spreadsheets. Such it is, I believe, with Nova Sco

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Playtex recalls plastic plates, bowls after multiple choking reports | Metro Toronto

Playtex recalls plastic plates, bowls after multiple choking reports | Metro Toronto

Health Canada says consumers should stop using the plastic plates and bowls, and return them for a refund. About 1.9 million units have been sold in Canada.

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B.C. children's representative calls for youth mental health system

B.C. children's representative calls for youth mental health system

A 17-year-old boy who took his own life on the grounds of a children's hospital in Vancouver didn't get the mental health treatment he needed from the time he was two years old, says British Columbia'

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