Yes, it’s corny. But at least it’s public safety-oriented!
Uber is spending hundreds of millions to recruit drivers as vaccinations increase while working to keep them misclassified as contractors.
Facebook has a ban on posts that discourage good health practices like mask wearing, but the platform’s doing nothing to shut these events down.
Disabled and high-risk people want transparency, safety, and an option for livestreams when concerts come back.
If politicians listened to science, the situation could have been avoided. Now, Canada is losing its latest COVID-19 battle.
The promise of on-campus learning and return of 'gap year' students has led to a flood of applications—and a record number of rejections.
Author Ryan Riley explains how Life Kitchen’s new, free cookbook can help people dealing with long-term effects of COVID-19 find joy in food again.
The church was run by controversial pastor James Coates, who has already been jailed during the pandemic.
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.
Retail workers like those at grocery stores or coffee shops are the ones feeling the real world effects of the conspiracies running rampant during the pandemic.
Should the vaccine change everything or nothing at all? Armchair public health analysts are duking it out as we speak.
Carlson spent 12 minutes going off about Canada's "dangerous authoritarianism," and compared the country's COVID-19 quarantine hotels to "internment camps."