Hospital fires nurse after women given inappropriate drug to induce labour

first_imgMONCTON, N.B. — A New Brunswick hospital says police are investigating a nurse suspected of inappropriately using a drug that induces labour.The Moncton Hospital says it appears the registered nurse administered oxytocin to two women.Both needed emergency caesarean sections as a result.Dr. Ken Gillespie of Horizon Health Network says the nurse has been fired.The hospital is not giving further information about the nurse.Gillespie says the women and babies are doing well and have been told what happened.The Canadian Presslast_img read more

TIFF 2016 The splashy parties sure to draw Alist crowds

first_imgAdvertisement Advertisement TIFF 2016 Aside from the films, a big part of the Toronto International Film Festival is the parties. Each year, there are dozens of splashy events that see celebrities mix and mingle with each other and a select group of industry heavyweights and influencers. Many of the events raise funds for charity and several feature big-name performances.This year is no different. In fact, TIFF 2016 is shaping up to be a year of unique bashes. While some are more intimate, others are so star-studded they’re likely to be talked about for weeks to come.Here are the most covetable tickets in town this TIFF!AMBI Gala When: Wednesday, Sept. 7Where: The Ritz-Carlton, 55 Simcoe St.Why: Hosted by the AMBI Group’s co-founders – Italian-Canadian film producer Andrea Iervolino and businesswoman, producer and philanthropist Lady Monika Bacardi – this event will raise funds for Children’s Aid Foundation and UforChange. Earth, Wind & Fire and The Tenors are set to perform, while James Franco, Martin Short and William Baldwin will be part of the evening’s formal program. Pamela Anderson, Mike Tyson, Danny Glover, Paul Sorvino and Heidi Klum are also set to attend. Legendary singer Diana Ross performed at last year’s gala.Maison MoëtWhen: Thursday, Sept. 8 & Friday, Sept. 9Where: 111 King St. E.Why: If you want to sip on something like the stars, this is the bash to try to get into! Presented by Moët & Chandon, it will feature A-list DJs Hannah Bronfman and Jason Palma who will keep the dance floor full of celebs all night long.Producers Ball Presented by FandangoWhen: Friday, Sept. 9Where: IT House x Producers Ball, 128 Peter StreetWhy: This annual event hosted by Drew and Jonathan Scott celebrates the behind-the-scenes work producers do to make films happen. Directors, celebs and other media are also expected to attend.Bungalow 8 Pop Up at The Rooftop LoungeWhen: September 8, 9 & 10Where: Thompson Hotel, 550 Wellington St. W.Why: The tight-lipped pop-up nightclub at Thompson’s Rooftop Lounge, Bungalow 8 was a legendary nightspot in NYC popular with celebrities for its private discretion. This year, it’s coming to Toronto for a third year. In 2015, Idris Elba, Darren Aronofsky, Cary Fukunaga, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Luke Evans, Donald Glover and Zachary Levi attended.InStyle GalaWhen: Saturday, Sept. 10Where: Windsor Arms, 18 St. Thomas St.Why: A staple of the TIFF circuit, the annual InStyle Gala returns to the Windsor Arms for another year. This is always one of the most star-studded events of the festival because it draws Hollywood heavyweights looking to get away from the public spotlight. Property Brothers Drew and Jonathan Scott return as hosts in 2016.Entertainment Weekly Must List PartyWhen: Saturday, Sept. 10Where: Thompson Hotel, 550 Wellington St. W.Why: This is the second year for this incredibly popular party, though details on what’s happening are scant (organizers don’t want too many secrets leaked about the event!). Last year, the festival’s biggest stars swung by the party, including Sandra Bullock, Tom Hiddleston, Julianne Moore, Emily Blunt and Brie Larson.Bovet 1822 Artists for Peace and Justice 2016 Festival FairWhen: Sunday, Sept. 11Where: Casa Loma, 1 Austin TerraceWhy: This annual benefit marks its eighth year at the film festival, as usual raising funds and awareness for Paul Haggis’ Artists for Peace and Justice (APJ). This year’s co-hosts include Maria Bello, Jeremy Renner, Catherine Keener and Maxwell, while APJ board members Paul Haggis, Pascal Raffy, George Stroumboulopoulos and more will attend. Advertisementcenter_img Login/Register With: Facebook LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Twitterlast_img read more