Canada will not be receiving any shipments of Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine doses next week, which the federal government says will be the hardest hit the country gets during a month-long shortage in deliveries from the drug giant.
Dr. Mark Wahba voiced concerns about potentially dangerous levels of carbon monoxide in a Saskatoon apartment building. As a result, dozens of people were evacuated, many of whom required medical care.
A man froze to death overnight on Saturday just steps from a downtown Montreal shelter where he’d been keeping warm. Public Health had banned the shelter from having clients overnight amid a COVID-19 outbreak.
Greater Saskatoon Catholic Schools says it learned Monday of a positive COVID-19 case at École St. Peter School, Holy Family Catholic School, Holy Cross High School and E.D. Feehan Catholic High School.
Mental fatigue from the COVID-19 pandemic continues for residents in Saskatchewan, and the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) said it’s likely not going anywhere as uncertainty to a pandemic end date remains.
As the first terminally ill cancer patient in Canada to legally use so-called magic mushrooms to treat anxiety, Thomas Hartle is hopeful that more temporary approvals from the federal government signal a permanent regulatory regime may be in the works.