Coronavirus: What’s happening in Canada and around the world on Monday

People in Alberta, Quebec and Nova Scotia will see some COVID-19 restrictions lifted Monday, while students…

Here’s why COVID-19 numbers have dropped among B.C.’s South Asian population

Community organizers in British Columbia are being credited with helping to bring down the spread of…

Should I wear a mask outdoors? Your COVID-19 questions answered

The official advice on wearing masks and other suggestions for renewed vigilance.

Coronavirus: What’s happening in Canada and around the world on Feb. 7

Developers of the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine expect to have a modified jab to cope with the coronavirus…

Anxious patients await surgery, but the COVID-19 backlog won’t be ‘easily overcome in the next year’

The province recently gave hospitals the green light to resume surgeries. That’s good news for thousands…

Clinics team up during pandemic to offer same-day health care in downtown Winnipeg

On any given day, Dr. Andrew Lodge will treat a dislocated elbow, a kidney stone, a person…

Newfoundland university staff disagree with need for doctor’s notes in return-to-campus mandate

Employees at Memorial University are back to campus this week, but some are unhappy with the…

Me, myself and I: Little words may signal a big breakup is coming — long before you know it

New research suggests that long before a relationship comes crashing down, our word use shifts in…

Nurses union calls for more transparency as Sask. sees 3rd case of coronavirus variant

The head of Saskatchewan’s main nurses’ union is urging provincial leaders to explain how they plan…

Quebec urged to list burnout as an ‘occupational disease’ in update to workplace safety laws

Labour groups and medical specialists want burnout categorized as an “occupational disease,” meaning it would be…