Canada Coronavirus News
What the COVID Vaccine Rollout Will Look Like in Canada
Despite the good news from Pfizer and Moderna, "it's going to be months, if not years, to vaccinate everyone who wants to get a vaccine."
Canada Sees Uptick in COVID-19 Cases as Country Starts Opening Up
While Canadian cases remain tiny compared to the U.S., health officials are warning that opening bars and clubs may be too much of a risk.
Nude Cleaners Made Bank Until the Pandemic Hit
Laura Nusser was charging up to $200 per hour to clean homes in her birthday suit. Then, COVID-19 derailed her business.
Trudeau Vows to Help After Two Migrant Workers Die From COVID-19. He's Late
A new report says the coronavirus pandemic has exacerbated problems for migrant workers in Canada that have existed for years.
Canada Will Allow Families Split Up by U.S. Border Closure to Reunite
Justin Trudeau announced that immediate family members separated by the U.S. Canada border closure can reunite with loved ones.
How to Get Your Money Back if COVID-19 Ruined Your Travel Plans
Experts share battle-tested strategies to increase your chances of getting flight and package refunds and answer your questions about future travel.
An Alberta MLA Is Trying to Evict His Tenant During the Pandemic
Many provinces have banned evictions during the coronavirus pandemic, but not Alberta, where United Conservative Party MLA Drew Barnes is a landlord with many properties.
Military Found Feces, Cockroach Infestations at Ontario's Long-Term Care Homes
Women and people of colour have voiced concerns about unsafe conditions in the past. But Ontario won't say why it took COVID-19 military intervention to out the conditions.
How to Find Jobs in This Terrifying Economy
Expert advice on navigating the harshest job market of your lifetime, whether you're employed, scared of being laid off, or out of work.
In the Anti-Vaxxer Era, Will Countries Make a Coronavirus Vaccine Mandatory?
In 2019, the World Health Organization listed vaccine hesitancy as one of the ten gravest threats to global health. Now, public health agencies are trying to figure out what to do next.
Ontario Has a ‘Growing Epidemic’ as Coronavirus Cases Spike Again
A prominent epidemiologist has ripped into the province’s response to the pandemic.
Couple Says Landlord Is Using a Legal Loophole to Get Around Eviction Ban
These Toronto residents say their only “crime” is taking part in the Keep Your Rent movement during the coronavirus pandemic.