Canada’s chief public health officer says no vaccine for coronavirus for a year

OTTAWA — Canada's chief public health officer says it will likely take at least a year before a vaccine is developed to protect people against...

Take precaution in extreme cold warns APH

With a wind chill warning and snow squall watch in effect, Algoma Public Health would like to remind the public to take appropriate precautions...

‘I make my own environment beautiful,” Toronto woman says of life in a shelter

TORONTO — Ana Macias rises at 5:45 a.m. on Tuesday so she can pack her things before the other residents at a downtown shelter are awake. All her...

CLA hosts a very tearful, somber ceremony

In a very moving, tearful ceremony tonight at Community Living Algoma (CLA) on 99 Northern Ave., memorial leaves were added to the ever-growing Memorial...
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Twenty-nine residents of Toronto long-term care home died in latest COVID-19 outbreak

TORONTO — A long-term care operator says 29 residents have died in a COVID-19 outbreak at an east Toronto facility that began last month. Revera,...
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Connie and Donna Talk Save Our Young Adults

The opioid crisis in Sault Ste Marie isn’t getting any better, but the fight to change that is getting just as tough. Connie Raynor–Elliott and...

Demonstrators gather to protest treatment of migrant workers amid pandemic

TORONTO — Activists staged a demonstration in front of a government immigration office in Toronto on Sunday to protest what they say is unjust...

CannTrust says facility in Vaughan, Ont., rated non-compliant by Health Canada

TORONTO — Cannabis company CannTrust Holdings Inc. says its manufacturing facility in Vaughan, Ont., has been rated non-compliant by Health Canada. The company says it...

Canadian Paralympic Committee and CBC Sports partner to broadcast GIO 2018 IWRF Wheelchair Rugby...

Ottawa, August 1, 2018 – The Canadian Paralympic Committee and CBC Sports announced today the GIO 2018 IWRF Wheelchair Rugby World Championships will be...
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Advocates, union question new job category for Ontario long-term care homes

Long-term care advocates and unions are raising concerns about Ontario's plan to introduce a new job category to help with staffing issues in long-term...

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