Amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic that has infected over 40 million people worldwide, including over 200,000 Canadians,
Comprehension of what is and isn’t permissible has grown more challenging as regions teeter between reopening and reclosing
Community spread of COVID-19 is again seeping into Canada’s long-term care homes. British Columbia reported four new
Internal federal government polling from June, just released to Global News through an access to information request, shows
More than 10 per cent of COVID-19 tests in some Toronto neighbourhoods are reportedly coming back positive, signaling an
Ontario’s crisis with COVID-19 tests continues as a shortage of diagnostic technicians is contributing to medical
As the pandemic drags on, more Canadians are applying for the new federal benefits aimed at easing the financial burden. The
Cases of COVID-19 are climbing in Ontario, with 566 new cases recorded and the majority in parts of the Greater Toronto Area
There’s a worrying picture of mental health during this pandemic, as new research shows anxiety and depression levels
With COVID-19 infections surging in several Canadian provinces, Quebec has now placed three regions, Montreal, Quebec City,
Six months after COVID-19 was declared a pandemic, the Canada-U.S. border remains closed to non-essential travel, leaving
Health Minister Patty Hajdu is ordering an independent review into Canada’s early pandemic warning system amid claims
The feds have signed deals with pharmaceutical companies Novavax and Johnson & Johnson to reserve tens of millions of
As the school year begins in the pandemic, parents are being forced to buy the newest must-have school accessory: face masks.
Several provinces are making final adjustments to their school reopening plans, as students prepare to return to classrooms.
Despite health officials warning that Quebec is on the cusp of a second wave of COVID-19 infections, the province is still