The Ford government has unveiled the members of its COVID-19 vaccine task force, a list that includes former police chief Mark Saunders, the CEO of a large manufacturing company and a bioethicist who will help decide who will receive the vaccine first.
Surging COVID-19 infections pushed Canada over 400,000 cases Friday, as federal officials announced a bigger order of prospective vaccines and released refined guidelines on who should be first for those doses.
The Ontario government must conduct more proactive inspections of its long-term care homes and follow up with harsher enforcement measures when homes fail to address concerns, the province’s commission on COVID-19 in long-term care said Friday.
U.S. prosecutors are discussing a deal with lawyers for Huawei finance chief Meng Wanzhou to resolve criminal charges against her, a person familiar with the matter said, signaling a potential end to a case that has strained ties between the United States, China and Canada.
Canada's working mothers saw their jobs gains stall in November after months of growth, and those who are working are seeing greater strains on their working hours to care for their children, Statistics Canada says.