The pandemic has compounded workloads for already burned-out and overworked health professionals.
Two-thirds of the sources interviewed by major Canadian news outlets since the beginning of the pandemic were men.
New variants of SARS-CoV-2 identified in the United Kingdom and South Africa have led to escalating infections, lockdowns and travel restrictions.
National recommendations on COVID-19 immunizations now include guidance on the safety, efficacy and use of both Moderna and Pfizer vaccines.
A national suicide prevention service will provide 24/7/365 crisis support.
Some forms of social pressure may be helpful but blame may backfire.
An eventual increase in federal transfers to provinces for health care will come with strings attached.
Canada’s COVID-19 response will dominate talks between Trudeau and provincial premiers.
The countries most successful at curbing COVID-19 aim to eliminate, not manage outbreaks. Now some doctors want Canada to do the same.
Unexamined biases in medical professional standards may disadvantage those who don’t fit the stock photo image of a doctor.