Health officials in B.C. are providing an update Tuesday on visits to long-term care homes during the COVID-19 pandemic, months after visits were restricted
An older, small terrier is said to have died while being transported in a cramped, hot van. A “sweet” husky-malamute foster who turned out
Speaking in Ottawa on Friday, Canadian Minister of Defence Harjit Sajjan outlined the criteria that would need to be met before Canadian Armed Forces
Nearly 1,000 infections and hundreds of deaths from the novel coronavirus could have been prevented at Ontario nursing homes if residents were placed in
A leading Canadian microbiologist is sounding an alarm about overuse of precious antibiotics among the world’s more than 8.7 million cases of COVID-19. So many
The Saskatchewan government has released a 250-page report into long-term care home conditions. As Allison Bamford explains, critics aren’t surprised by the findings, but
Fourteen Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) members assigned to the military’s COVID-19 response operation have been diagnosed with the novel coronavirus, Global News has learned.
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The Saskatchewan Health Authority has declared the deadly COVID-19 outbreak at the La Loche Health Centre as over. On Saturday, medical health officer Dr.
TORONTO – Ontario’s official Opposition is calling on the government to hold a public inquiry into the province’s long-term care system. NDP Leader Andrea