‘Dawn is coming’ for Canada amid worst public health crisis in a century: WHO adviser

As Canada endures the third wave of COVID-19, a virus that has already claimed tens of thousands of lives within our borders, a World Health Organization adviser has a message … Read More

Coronavirus contact tracing app ready for rollout, says Montreal AI institute

One of the world’s leading artificial intelligence research institutes is ready to offer governments across Canada a contact-tracing smartphone application for COVID-19 infections that it promises will protect users’ personal … Read More

‘No one-size-fits-all solution’: How Ontario’s reopening differs from Quebec, Alberta

Looking toward the future amid COVID-19, every province has its own lens. A cautious approach underscores all of the plans so far, but experts are uncertain about which strategies are … Read More

Coronavirus: National parks, historic sites partially reopening in June

By Staff The Canadian Press Posted May 14, 2020 7:18 am Updated May 14, 2020 11:44 am Smaller font Descrease article font size –A Larger font Increase article font size … Read More

Coronavirus: Public transit will not be ‘business as usual’ after reopening

The gradual reopening of Canada’s economy will not mean business as usual for the country’s public transit agencies. Despite the fact that a slowly growing number of workers will make … Read More