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Dr. Wei Li, a family physician in Burnaby, B.C., is asking for a court injunction requiring the province to bring in a mandatory mask policy for indoor spaces like restaurants, schools and public transit.
The case of a Kelowna, B.C., social worker accused of stealing from hundreds of vulnerable children has unearthed years of trauma for Robert Riley Saunders’ alleged victims. Advocates say the case also highlights troubling flaws in the child welfare system Saunders worked within.
Citing the rising numbers of coronavirus cases, the city of Calgary says it will make masks mandatory in all indoor public spaces starting Aug. 1.
As many parts of Canada continue to emerge from restrictions and closures due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, one class of service providers says they’ve noticed a spike in demand.
Effective now, masks are mandatory in indoor public spaces across the province. The new measure is kicking in as Quebec witnesses a slow but steady increase in the number of COVID-19 cases.
The federal government is ordering more than 75 million syringes, alcohol swabs and bandages so it can inoculate Canadians as soon as a COVID-19 vaccine is ready.
While the federal government says the COVID-19 curve is continuing to flatten in Indigenous communities, their leaders and allies are keeping pressure on Ottawa for more support.
Health experts in Montreal — including ER doctors, epidemiologists and infectious disease specialists — are getting haircuts again and hanging out with friends, but many say it will take a vaccine before they feel safe going to a large wedding or playing a sport like hockey.
Black Rape Survivors, There are a series of scenes in the documentary “On The Record” that are nearly impossible to shake. In one, Drew Dixon, a former Def Jam A&R executive who says that Russell Simmons violently raped her in his apartment in 1995, contemplates whether to go on the record with her accusations for a 2017 New York Times article. Even though she walked away from the music industry because of the trauma she faced from Simmons, the idea of speaking out against the “king of hip-hop” weighed heavily on her soul.