The variant of concern is more than two times more contagious, deadlier, and can reinfect people who are presumably immune.
For BC, it’s just a matter of time, say scientists. Warning systems are improving, yet may offer mere minutes to react.
Budget documents show funding for provincial office in charge of developing climate change policy was cut nearly in half
Worse yet, Canada has detected more than double the number of cases caused by the P1 variant, which is more contagious and could affect vaccine effectiveness.
Environment and energy issues can loom large in the North, which is natural resource rich and feeling the impacts of the climate emergency more acutely than the rest of the globe. With a territorial election race under way, here’s where the three major parties stand on climate, land use planning and clean energy
Doug Ford is dismissing growing calls from doctors and health experts for paid sick days as Ontario declares another state of emergency
Doctors, scientists, and local officials have pleaded with provinces for paid sick days and other supports all along. But politics trumped science, taking lives in the process.
The retirement tradition of flying south for the winter has consequences. But global north consumers can still make choices.
Private eye surgery clinic owners are longtime Ontario PC donors and supporters of right-wing causes
A BC Liberal MLA is telling his constituents he only meant to express his fascination with advancements in vaccine technology when he shared an anti-vaccine blog on Facebook last week that falsely suggests COVID-19 vaccines will alter human DNA.