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Health & Safety

News
September 16, 2021  

Alberta business groups want more clarity around new COVID-19 restrictions

By Tara Deschamps Alberta business groups say a new

News
September 16, 2021  

Goodbye Pfizer, hello Comirnaty: top COVID-19 vaccines renamed in Canada

By Laura Osman OTTAWA — It’s pronounced koh-MIHR’-nuh-tee. Never

News
September 16, 2021  

Saskatchewan to require proof of vaccination to try and increase uptake: Premier

By Mickey Djuric REGINA — Saskatchewan will be bringing

News
September 16, 2021  

Ontario requiring colleges and universities to update sexual assault policies

Ontario colleges and universities will have to update their

Feature
September 16, 2021  

With health system on brink of collapse, Alberta introduces new COVID-19 rules, vaccine passport

By Dean Bennett Alberta Premier Jason Kenney, facing a

News
September 16, 2021  

As vaccine mandates rise in U.S., requests for religious exemptions grow

Religious objections, once used sparingly around the country to get exempted from various required vaccines, are becoming a much more widely used loophole against the COVID-19 shot.

Feature
September 14, 2021  

Creating psychologically safe interactions in the workplace

Anyone who wants to be a psychologically safe leader must be open and willing to learn how to build trusted and supportive working relationships.

News
September 14, 2021  

Yellowknife schools ordered to close for 10 days as COVID-19 cases grow in N.W.T.

YELLOWKNIFE — The top doctor in the Northwest Territories

News
September 14, 2021  

Alberta’s ‘Open For Summer’ plan was premature: chief medical officer of health 

Alberta’s top doctor says the province’s “Open For Summer”

News
September 14, 2021  

Ontario lays out guidelines for vaccine certificate enforcement

TORONTO — Ontario has issued guidance for businesses that

News
September 14, 2021  

‘It’s terrifying’: Police on hand as pandemic protesters picket hospitals

By Liam Casey TORONTO — Two police officers escorted

News
September 14, 2021  

Saskatchewan re-enacts emergency order to combat record COVID-19 cases

By Mickey Djuric REGINA — It was supposed to

News
September 13, 2021  

Politicians issue warnings ahead of hospital protests expected across Canada

Some high-ranking Ontario politicians and prominent health-care organizations are issuing

News
September 13, 2021  

B.C. vaccine card system takes effect, one dose required in many settings

VICTORIA — British Columbia’s COVID-19 vaccine card system is

News
September 13, 2021  

Saskatchewan reinstates COVID-19 isolation requirements, bolsters testing and tracing

REGINA — The Saskatchewan government is bolstering public health

News
September 10, 2021  

Refusing COVID-19 vaccine hurts wider population, B.C. health minister says

By Nick Wells VANCOUVER — British Columbia’s health minister

News
September 10, 2021  

Alberta to move hospital patients to homes, care centres as COVID-19 crisis worsens

By Dean Bennett EDMONTON — Alberta will move more

News
September 10, 2021  

Health-care workers face ‘moral injury’ from work stress, protests, says expert

By Camille Bains Emergency room nurse Jaime Gallaher recalls the

News
September 9, 2021  

Nova Scotia joins other provinces in requiring vaccination proof for non-essential outings

By Danielle Edwards HALIFAX — Nova Scotia on Wednesday became the latest

Feature
September 9, 2021  

Mandatory vaccination policies the way of the future

Inoculation is best protection we currently have against COVID-19