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CPP Investments says Mark Machin tendered his resignation to the board Thursday night.
Canada has pre-ordered 20 million doses of the AstraZeneca vaccine, which was co-developed by researchers at the University of Oxford.
Prioritizing the hardest-hit neighbourhoods, in addition to the oldest residents, could curb COVID-19 infections, keep hundreds out of hospital and save more lives, a new Science Advisory Table report shows.
Today’s coronavirus news: Doctors, caregivers push for in-home COVID-19 vaccinations for housebound seniors; Vaccination ‘passports’ may open society, experts say, but inequity looms
Meanwhile, a crisis over the supply of medical oxygen for coronavirus patients has struck nations in Africa and Latin America
‘We have family to feed.’ Toronto taxi drivers say more support needed as city offers relief to beleaguered industry
In an industry that has already grappled with the rise of ride-sharing and the high costs of licensing, the pandemic has meant yet another blow to taxi drivers trying to get by.
Post-secondary sector has taken ‘significant impact’ of $1 billion, and cut costs, deferred capital plans, says head of council.
Will the prospect of bad publicity spur businesses to take safety more seriously, or will it just reduce their compliance with health authorities?
They have been at each other’s side for almost two decades. Now, Seixeiro is off to Breakfast Television while Micallef works with new friends.
Family members hatched a plan: for each year Mary brought joy, love and warmth to the lives of others, she would receive a card in the mail. Younger family members took to social media to spread the word.
The Thunder Bay District Health Unit reported 33 new cases of COVID-19 on Thursday and a total of 315 active cases. Schools are also set to move online.
The recent decline in COVID-19 is over with infections on the rise again and while the more contagious variants are spreading slower than first feared their presence is being seen more and more, public health officials say.
Zoom meetings are a reality with which many of us in North America have become all too familiar, Edward Keenan writes.
Top Ontario doctor grilled about why he didn’t go public with concerns over Doug Ford’s lockdown response
Ontario’s chief medical officer faced pointed questions about his handling of COVID-19 from a commission investigating the pandemic, including why he didn’t “stand up” and go public about concerns over Premier Doug Ford’s relaxed triggers for lockdowns last fall.
The leader of the Canadian Nationalist Party has been accused of anti-Semitic hate crimes, but gets to issue tax rebates for donations to his cause.
The federal government should expand family immigration for Hong Kong residents and begin cracking down on Beijing’s interference with the rights of people in Canada, says a report from a committee on Canada-China relations released Thursday.
The “if I have to share with you, none of us can have it” mentality, author Heather McGhee argues, is the basis of the thinking that limits so much U.S. public policy debate to this day.
Praise for athletes and daughter’s ‘well brought up’ friend have Gowling vowing to do better.
NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh told the Star’s editorial board Thursday that he “absolutely” won’t work with O’Toole’s Conservatives if they win the most seats but fail to get a majority in the next federal election.
Digital culture has long had an impact on our relationship with our bodies. Now, the COVID-19 pandemic has fed into that too.