The chief executive of the fund that manages Canada Pension Plan investments has resigned after it was revealed that he decided to travel to the United Arab Emirates, where he arranged to be vaccinated against COVID-19.
In recent history, it was customary for schools to force Indigenous children to cut off their hair, robbing them of their braids which served as a strong cultural symbol -- one that wove identity, ancestry and pride together.
In an effort to streamline the booking of COVID-19 vaccine appointments, the Saskatchewan Health Authority is preparing to launch an online and phone booking system during Phase 1 of the Vaccine Delivery Plan.
A single dose of Pfizer and BioNtech's COVID-19 vaccine cuts the number of asymptomatic infections and could significantly reduce the risk of transmission of the virus, results of a U.K. study found on Friday.
The CEO of the Mont St. Joseph Home in Prince Albert is speaking out about the facility’s decision to give leftover COVID-19 vaccines to people who aren’t included in the government’s Phase 1 rollout plan.
A study published this month in the scientific journal Nature Communications suggests that while napping is a common activity, the frequency and duration of your midday naps may be connected to specific genes.
Canada should prepare for the next pandemic by investing in the necessary infrastructure to be able to produce vaccines domestically, says Canadian stem cell biologist and Moderna co-founder, Derrick Rossi.
Hours before stepping down as Canada’s chief of defence staff, Admiral Art McDonald invited members of the Canadian Armed Forces to come forward if they have information about military misconduct, vowing to lead the culture change from inside.
The Saskatchewan Trucking Association is standing with the Canadian Trucking Alliance in support of voluntary COVID-19 testing, but in opposition of mandatory testing at the U.S.-Canada border that could result in shipping delays.