Online coronavirus vaccine tool estimates when Canadians will get their shots

As coronavirus vaccines are being gradually rolled out across Canada, one lingering question on most people’s minds is when their turn will come to get the shot. Now, an online … Read More

Grocery bills set to increase for Canadians: report

According to a new report from Dalhousie University and the University of Guelph, the average Canadian family is set to spend a lot more at the grocery store. Each year, … Read More

Canadians could join clinical trials for new COVID-19 vaccine, says researcher

A Hamilton infectious disease doctor says Canadians may soon be a part of a clinical trial for a new coronavirus vaccine being developed overseas. Dr. Mark Loeb, a professor at … Read More

Larger class sizes could have dramatic impact on coronavirus transmission: study

A bigger class size could have a dramatic effect on the number of COVID-19 cases at school, a new study suggests. Researchers with the University of Waterloo and University of … Read More

Bye-bye buffets? What COVID-19 means for restaurants offering self-serve food

Some public health officers are warning people not to share food in social settings in this time of pandemic, but does that mean Sunday brunch buffets, Chinese self-serve and restaurant … Read More

How the coronavirus pandemic could change meat processing in Canada

The novel coronavirus pandemic has some meat processors and industry groups calling for a more regional approach to food production. Seventy per cent of Canada’s beef processing capability lies in … Read More

Guelph, Ont., researchers study coronavirus infection in pets

Researchers at the Ontario Veterinary College in Guelph, Ont. are trying to figure out why some pets get infected with the novel coronavirus and others do not. The new study … Read More