The truth of the fourth wave of COVID-19 in Canada is starkly clear inside the intensive care unit at Hamilton General, where the majority of the COVID-19 patients struggling on life support are young — and unvaccinated.
COVID-19 outbreaks have been declared at two Toronto elementary schools just one week after students returned to the classroom.
Ontario did not spend any funds from a new $2.7 billion COVID-19 response program in the first quarter, the province’s fiscal watchdog found, prompting critics to question why the government didn’t use the money during the third wave.
Canadians have chosen minority governments in four of the last six federal elections, and Monday’s vote seems likely to produce a fifth.
With Alberta now in the grip of another public health emergency after a summer largely free of COVID-related restrictions, Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau said today Canadians can’t trust Conservatives to run the country during a pandemic.
For the Conservatives to win this election, analysts say they’ll have to make significant inroads in the Greater Toronto Area, a vote-rich ring of suburban communities surrounding Toronto that the party was largely shut out of in the last federal election.
Ontario colleges and universities will have to update their sexual violence and harassment policies by next March to better support students who bring complaints forward.
Western University, which is investigating sexual misconduct allegations, will require student residents to take training sessions on sexual violence and consent as it works to address what it describes as a problematic campus culture.
A long-awaited GTA highway extension will open to the public this weekend.
Because Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau doesn’t give a rat’s ass about monetary policy — “Forgive me if I don’t think about monetary policy,” he famously said in 2021 — inflation rates are now the highest in almost two decades, and with a federal election only hours away.