Canada’s leading doctor says models are not “crystal balls” as calls to publish national screenings increase

Canada’s Chief Public Health Officer, Dr. Theresa Tam, says that models that try to predict how many people could become infected and die from coronavirus are not “crystal balls”... Read more »

Why COVID-19 tests vary so much across Canada

If you have just returned from a trip abroad with fever and cough, you will be given priority for a COVID-19 test in Manitoba and Nova Scotia, but not... Read more »

COVID-19 Adds Additional Anxiety As Federal and Provincial Authorities Prepare for Flood and Forest Fire Season

Spring anxiety is now part of life along the Saint John River. In recent years, the river, which crosses the southwest quadrant of New Brunswick, has flooded homes and... Read more »

‘There was nothing normal to come back’: former Diamond Princess cruise passengers find it difficult to isolate themselves

While most Canadians are entering their second week of home isolation, a few are much further along and the reality is starting to take its toll. “We were done... Read more »

Coronavirus: what’s going on in Canada and around the world on Saturday

The last: With just over 12,500 cases of COVID-19 reported across Canada, including 219 deaths, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is expected to announce additional financial support on Saturday to... Read more »

“Zoom bomb” attacks on video conferencing platform shake victims

Zoom has become an essential videoconferencing tool for remote work and study, as millions of people are forced to stay at home during the COVID-19 pandemic. But an increasing... Read more »

As COVID-19 Bailouts Accumulate, Canadians Request Credit Card Tariff Reduction

As governments rush to offer owners, tenants, small enterprises and employees Affected by COVID-19, some Canadians wonder why credit card bills are not included in these measures. Most Canadians... Read more »

“People will sacrifice for the common good”: how the fight against COVID-19 could be extended to the climate

Hi everyone! This is our weekly newsletter on everything related to the environment, where we highlight trends and solutions that make us evolve towards a more sustainable world. ((register... Read more »

The economy is alive and Canadians need help now. What is the heist?

As the workload of COVID-19 shows all the signs of an increase in Canada, the delivery of the promised financial relief to people who have lost their jobs or... Read more »

Alberta Minister of Health Used Confidential Information to Call Protestors

When Dr. John Julyan-Gudgeon went to a hospital event to protest the cuts in health care, he did not expect this to lead to an after hours cell phone... Read more »