Health Archive

Health charities in Canada hit with historic loss in revenue during COVID-19

Canada’s health charities expect to raise less than half of their normal funds this year because

Trudeau pens op-ed with world leaders calling for equal access to coronavirus vaccine

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has joined the leaders of Spain, New Zealand, South Korea, Ethiopia and

No arrests, few fines under Canada’s federal quarantine laws, says public health agency

Out of the more than two million people who crossed the border into Canada since this

Statistics Canada to start collecting race-based crime data

Statistics Canada says it plans to start collecting race-based crime data — a step that comes

Coronavirus: What’s happening around the world on Wednesday

The latest: Canada-U.S. border closure extended into August, officials say. U.K. health minister says government will

With uptick in COVID-19 cases, Quebec could be forced to choose between schools and bars

When Premier François Legault announced Monday that masks will soon be mandatory across Quebec, he also confirmed

Quebec makes masks mandatory in indoor public spaces

Masks or face coverings will be mandatory in all indoor public spaces across Quebec, beginning Saturday,

Ontario emergency rooms fill up again as COVID-19 fears ebb, patients with other illnesses return

Ontario’s emergency rooms are getting busier as most of the province prepares to enter Stage 3

Doctors call fatty liver disease a growing public health concern in Canada

Doctors are warning that soaring rates of a common, but often undetected, liver disease could impose

Nunavut’s high rate of police-related deaths ‘obviously worth looking into,’ says data expert

Inuit in Nunavut are dying during interactions with police at a rate significantly higher than in