The author of a new study that cast doubt on the early efficacy of the Pfizer-BioNech coronavirus vaccine against variants of concern says he believes the data is not applicable to the situation in Canada where doses are being spaced out by up to four months.
Canada agreed Thursday to join World Trade Organization talks on waiving the rules that protect vaccine trade secrets - a measure drug companies and a number of world leaders say would only slow down production.
Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation says economic conditions could return to pre-pandemic levels and moderate the pace of home sales by the end of 2023 if broad immunity to COVID-19 is achieved this year.
The failure of a coroner to fully investigate the death of a four-year-old Indigenous boy was part of a systemic dereliction of duty that ought to face legal scrutiny, Ontario's top court heard on Thursday.
The Toronto District School Board has launched a $90 million lawsuit against the city, the province and the Toronto Police Services Board, alleging that a massive fire that gutted a high school two years ago was the result of negligence.