Quebec is reporting 907 new COVID-19 cases, bringing the total number of people that have tested positive to 355,297 since the start of the pandemic.
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Canada is expecting to receive more than two million doses of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccines each week through June, and an additional one million doses from Moderna next week.
The finish line is finally in sight for the Montreal researchers running the clinical trials on Medicago’s COVID-19 vaccine candidate. All the Montreal team needs now to proceed with Phase 3 are 50 people to volunteer to get a jab.
Now that Quebec has opened up vaccine eligibility to pregnant women in the province, obstetrician-gynecologists are working to answer a flurry of questions from patients about safety and side effects.
On May 3, Montreal and Laval's 8 p.m. curfew will be pushed back to 9:30 p.m.
The federal government has not extended the April 30 tax deadline for 2020 returns, and accountants say that’s leaving some Canadians in a lurch.
With income tax deadlines approaching, the federal government is warnings that filing late could mean delays of up to two months for anyone hoping to receive any of the various COVID-19 financial relief benefits.
Worker and patient advocates in multiple provinces are calling for permanent paid sick days, arguing that the federal COVID-19 sick leave benefit has too many restrictions for lower-income, precarious and migrant workers.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is reminding front-line workers about the availability of a federal sick leave benefit, and is offering premiers more help to speed up their vaccine rollouts as the country faces a third major surge in new cases.
The place of gig workers has become a key issue in ongoing deliberation on how the decades-old employment insurance system will be updated.
Quebec's minister responsible for housing says she does not believe the entire province is in crisis, despite the rising number of tenants searching for homes amid mounting rent prices.
The National Advisory Committee on Immunization is being accused of creating confusion about COVID-19 vaccines after it restated that mRNA vaccines were 'preferred' over the viral vector ones.
Veteran CHOM 97.7 radio host Terry DiMonte is being inducted into the Canadian Broadcast Industry Hall of Fame.
A missing 14-year-old from London, Ont. is believed to have made the 720 kilometre trek to Montreal.
Montreal's restaurants, bars and clubs are planning to stage a symbolic reopening.
Quebec’s public safety minister announced a suite of new measures aimed at preventing domestic abuse, including the hiring of staff specializing in domestic violence within local police forces.
Through all of interim Canadiens head coach Dominique Ducharme’s post-game zoom sessions when he’s had to try to explain why his team just didn’t have it, he hasn’t been as blunt as he was last night. It was refreshingly to the point.
Starting May 15, 2021, new import requirements take effect for bringing companion dogs under eight months of age to Canada. The dogs must have been born in a kennel that is certified by an official veterinarian of the country of origin.
Herd immunity may not be reached in Canada but a return to life similar to that before COVID-19 is possible through immunization, experts say.
Following Wednesday's announcement that Health Canada has approved the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine for children ages 12 and up, provinces are now deciding how their vaccine rollouts will reflect this information moving forward.
An Ottawa-designed immunization booking system is gaining praise in Nova Scotia for its simplicity and effectiveness compared to the COVID-19 vaccine rollout in other provinces.
The largest real-world study yet of the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine on Thursday confirmed that the jab provided more than 95 per cent protection against COVID-19, but found that the level dropped significantly when people received just one of the two prescribed doses.
Experts warn there could be a dramatic rise in the number of cases of chronic fatigue syndrome in the wake of the pandemic as some patients with long-term COVID-19 symptoms develop the debilitating disease.