Monthly Archives: May, 2021

Vietnam seeks to contribute to COVAX through domestic COVID-19 vaccine production

Vietnam is seeking to buy COVID-19 vaccine production technology and wants to build a plant to supply the COVAX programme, its health ministry said...

Four bands at Maskwacis honour memory of children who perished at residential school

Breadcrumb Trail Links Local News Author of the article: Anna Junker Publishing...

Alberta continuing care review recommends phase-out of shared rooms, shift to home services

Breadcrumb Trail Links Local News Author of the article: Lisa Johnson ...

Judge hears closing arguments in case of Edmonton school teacher accused of sexually abusing student

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Edmontonians call for name change to Grandin LRT station, removal of mural depicting residential school

Article content Edmontonians are calling on the city to remove namesakes for Bishop Vital-Justin Grandin, an early supporter and advocate of Canada’s Indigenous...

Alberta's new COVID-19 cases dropped by more than 40 per cent in a week

Article content The number of new COVID-19 cases in Alberta has dropped by more than 40 per cent in the last week as...

Quebec asks universities and colleges to reopen this fall without physical distancing

Quebec universities and junior colleges should prepare for in-person classes this fall without the requirement of physical distancing, Higher Education Minister Danielle McCann said...

Anxious to get your COVID-19 vaccine? Here’s how experts say you can manage needle phobia

As the mass vaccination effort against COVID-19 continues across the country, many Canadians are feeling relieved that soon it will be their turn to...

Why are pollen allergies worse in Canada this year?

Significantly higher levels of pollen count than usual in Canada are becoming a nuisance for allergy sufferers this year. The provinces of Ontario and Quebec...

‘Arsenal of democracy:’ U.S. debates best way to share spare COVID-19 vaccines

In April, the Biden administration announced plans to share millions of COVID-19 vaccine doses with the world by the end of June. Five weeks...

Early morning fire at abandoned building in north Edmonton

Article content An abandoned building caught fire early Monday morning in north Edmonton, sending heavy black smoke through the roof into the air. Fire...

Echaquan inquiry: reform needed to reduce Indigenous patients’ fear of health system

By Staff The Canadian Press Posted May 31, 2021 12:51 pm Smaller font Descrease article font size -A Larger font Increase article font size A+ The coroner’s inquiry examining the death Joyce Echaquan is...

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