The number of tents in Montreal has risen dramatically during the COVID-19 pandemic as homeless people look for a place to sleep that is safe and secure. City officials know that solutions are needed soon as the summer nights grow shorter
Quebec students are supposed to be exempt from class this fall if they live with a medically vulnerable person, but when one Montreal family tried to get a doctor's note they realized it's not that easy.
New data suggests that more than 500 COVID-19 infections in Canada have been linked to public venues including stores, bars, restaurants, daycares and schools since the beginning of July as more businesses continue to reopen and restrictions are eased.
Keeping the novel coronavirus at bay will require many more months of physical distancing, ramped-up testing and contact tracing, quarantining and workplace and community closures to handle outbreaks, says a new report published in the Canadian Medical Association Journal.