Workers attempting to unionize at three Manitoba factories of the luxury jacket brand allege the company has not provided adequate protections during the COVID-19 pandemic and has attempted to intimidate pro-union employees.
Prisoner advocates called the Conservative position, which wants the federal government to stop its plan to get doses to inmates, ‘reprehensible.’
A number of well-to-do Canadians who live part-time in the U.S. to evade winter could get vaccinated in Florida and Arizona before teachers and grocery store clerks.
Tahltan Nation in B.C. has already started vaccinating its members and Sioux Lookout in Ontario will administer the first shots later this week.
The prime minister says he's frustrated much of the vaccine remains in freezers. Meanwhile, Alberta says a doctor's allegations that doses are being thrown out is 'misinformation.'
Despite what Public Safety Minister Bill Blair says, federal prisons are ignoring their own COVID-19 guidelines, according to prisoners and advocates.
More than 200 active cases of COVID-19 were reported in federal prisons last week but the Trudeau government won’t be changing course.
The coronavirus mutation could be up to 70 percent more transmissible than other strains.
Softening the ‘discriminatory’ ban hasn’t had an impact, and opposition to it is threatening the blood supply. All parties, except for Justin Trudeau’s Liberals, support ending the blood ban.
Healthcare workers, the elderly, immunocompromised people, and Indigenous communities will get vaccinated first. Manitoba's conservative premier isn't pleased.
The government is asking for up to $14,000 back before December 31, due to poor wording on their part, in order for Canadians to avoid impacting their tax returns.