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COVID-19: Masks should remain in place heading into the fall, says Ottawa’s top doctor

Ottawa’s medical officer of health says mask mandates should remain in place through fall as COVID-19 vaccination rates continue to grow ahead...

COVID-19 vaccines are now mandatory at some U.S. companies. Could Canada be next?

As Canadians across the country continue to roll up their sleeves for their COVID-19 vaccines, employers are slowly starting to remind staff...

Saskatchewan switching to weekly COVID-19 updates; active cases now over 400

The Saskatchewan government has announced that provincial COVID-19 updates will now be released on a weekly basis rather than daily starting next...

Take Pride Winnipeg partners with Clorox for community centre project

Take Pride Winnipeg is hoping to make Winnipeggers feel safer as local community centres begin reopening after a long period of limited...

How anti-vaxxers, Delta variant threaten Biden’s COVID-19 strategy

When President Joe Biden entered office, his administration made clear it intended to fight the COVID-19 pandemic by focusing on getting the...

How women could be the solution to Canada’s post-COVID skilled labour shortage

A shortage of skilled workers is intensifying in Canada, potentially threatening the pace of the economic recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic, and...

COVID-19 walk-in clinics for students to be held at high schools in Kitchener, Cambridge in August

The Waterloo Region District School Board says there will be back-to-school COVID-19 vaccine clinics at high schools over the first two weeks...

Ontario reports more than 200 new COVID-19 cases for 1st time in three weeks

Ontario is reporting 218 new COVID-19 cases on Thursday, jumping back into the 200s for the first time in three weeks. The...

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