A private health lobbyist who is also one of the United Conservative Party’s top donors represented doctors in a working group focused on smoothing over concerns about the UCP government’s controversial funding framework for doctors.
As the province grapples with a deadly third wave, confusion around its "inconsistent" vaccine campaign is adding to frustration.
A toxic overlap of COVID-19 and environmental racism
Alberta school children could soon be the first students in Canada to receive in-class lectures about Alberta Premier Jason Kenney’s grandfather.
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.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Canadians will still be vaccinated by summer’s end after the country suspended the use of the AstraZeneca vaccine in people under 55.
Memo notifies school boards they must cover ‘all expenses’ relating to the ‘design, production and installation’ of the Ford government’s signs
Experts say that infighting is to be expected among leaders of fringe groups but it doesn't mean the group will be disbanding just because the leaders hate each other
I would hazard a guess that health-care news has been top of mind for many Canadians, especially since the deluge of stories about the former U.S. president has subsided. Staying informed about the latest issues concerning the COVID-19 pandemic is certainly important.
Gyms, restaurants, churches and Whistler will be closed for three weeks.