Compiled by veteran medical journalist Brian Owens, this roundup of some of the newest science on the COVID-19 pandemic, straight from the scientific journals, is presented by Hakai Magazine in partnership with The Tyee.
The squat man with the grey hair started his livestream well before entering the supermarket owned by a man he would punch in the face.
“I don’t want the bar of soap that I use (for my face) to be on his crotch,” he says, pointing to one of the three lackeys accompanying him. “So we are going to get a bar of soap.”
As speculation swirls about a federal election, the major parties are already offering pre-campaign promises. The New Democratic Party dangled a carrot for current and past post-secondary students last month by pledging to cancel up to $20,000 of people’s federal student loan debt.
Four proposed projects are undergoing environmental review in the Kootenay Rockies, where open-pit coal mining is tied to longstanding pollution concerns
In our latest newsletter, we dive head-first into a battle over an aging underwater pipeline that cuts through the Great Lakes
A deadly new disease spreads and the government dithers. So the public, knowing the stakes, gets moving.
Kylie McMullan set her daughter up in front of a children’s art class on Zoom and sprinted into her bedroom. She had just gotten word that there was a fire to put out at work — pretty typical, as she runs her own small business and is raising two small children with her husband.
Paul Gregory Leroux, who lives in long-term care, speaks for others ‘unable to express themselves.’
FOX NEWS anchor Tucker Carlson is very worried that Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has turned out to be “Mussolini” instead of a “cheerful idiot” because the country uses mandatory quarantine hotels—and fears that Canada’s “legitimately dangerous authoritarianism” could seep into the United States.
Long-term care for the elderly is the weak sibling of Canada's health system. If we did not know that previously, the COVID-19 pandemic has proven it conclusively.