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Great Canadian Gaming CEO resigns amid vaccine-related violation
'Who exactly is the government listening to?': OECTA president on schools reopening
Spartan's rapid COVID test gets Health Canada green light, to be available this week
President Joe Biden says he anticipates that coronavirus vaccines will be delivered to 1 million Americans per day within the next three weeks, and that the medicines should be available to anyone in the nation who wants it by Spring.
Canadian provinces push back vaccination plans as Pfizer deliveries grind to a halt
Some provinces were forced to push back vaccination for health-care workers and vulnerable seniors on Monday as deliveries from a major manufacturer ground to a temporary halt.
Canadians 'overdoing it' with work-from-home trend: CIBC’s Tal
The COVID-19 pandemic has transported many Canadians from the downtown cores of major cities to the comforts of home with the remote-work trend in full swing. However, one prominent economist is concerned that workers expecting the trend to last may be “overdoing it.”
Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer said he aims to secure passage of the next round of Covid-19 relief by mid-March, just when jobless benefits from the last package will be running out.
The end of hugs: How COVID-19 has changed daily life a year after Canada's first case
On January 25th, 2020, Canadians were still living their lives like they always had: commuting to the office, visiting friends, dining out, hugging loved ones, vacationing. But the announcement that day of Canada's first COVID-19 case set in motion a chain of events that would soon change everything.
Moderna says shot works against variants, developing booster
Moderna Inc. said its vaccine will protect against two known variants of the COVID-19 vaccine, but it plans to start human studies of a booster shot for a strain from South Africa that may cause immunity to wane more quickly.
Merck & Co. is discontinuing development of its two experimental COVID-19 vaccines after early trial data showed they failed to generate immune responses comparable to a natural infection or existing vaccines.
Strong getting stronger: Retailers scouting property amid COVID
Amid shuttering storefronts and business closures, the pandemic’s small business devastation has brought discount real estate opportunities for retailers with bulked-up balance sheets.
Feds mull mandatory hotel COVID quarantine as 50,000 cancel trips
The federal government is mulling a mandatory quarantine in hotels for returning travellers as the country's top doctor warns that easing COVID-19 restrictions too quickly could cause case numbers to shoot up again.
A growing number of Canadian tech businesses are promising to allow their staff to get vaccinated against COVID-19 on company time.