When is it my turn? A coast-to-coast look at COVID-19 vaccine rollout

Thursday will mark one month since the first coronavirus vaccinations were administered in Canada, but it will likely be several more months until the majority of Canadians have received their … Read More

‘Just listen’: Nunavut officials urge residents of coronavirus hotspot to stay home

Nunavut’s health minister is pleading with residents of Arviat, where a COVID-19 outbreak continued to grow Friday, to stay home. Lorne Kusugak said if people living in Arviat follow isolation … Read More

Ottawa providing nearly $20M to help Nunavut combat growing coronavirus outbreak

Ottawa is contributing nearly $20 million in federal funding to the Nunavut government and Inuit communities to help combat a sharp rise in coronavirus cases. The funding announced late Wednesday … Read More

‘All it takes is one case’: How coronavirus cases suddenly spiked across Nunavut

It has been just over two weeks since Nunavut declared its first case of COVID-19, but it’s still unknown how 84 people were infected so quickly in the territory. Nunavut is home to … Read More

Yukon reports 3 new coronavirus cases in Watson Lake

WHITEHORSE — Yukon says it has three new cases of COVID-19 with all the infections in Watson Lake. Dr. Brendan Hanley, chief medical officer of health, says the three people … Read More

Nunavut reports first confirmed coronavirus infections with 2 new cases

Nunavut is reporting its first confirmed cases of COVID-19. The territory’s chief public health officer, Dr. Michael Patterson, says in a news release there are two cases at the Hope … Read More