May 26, 2023

Nova Scotia funding meningitis vaccine for university students after recent deaths

The province becomes the second to fund the vaccine after meningococcal B killed three students in less than two years
May 26, 2023

New COVID modelling shows B.C. with the highest incidence of the virus in Canada

According to the ‘hazard index’ published by COVID-19 Resources Canada, B.C. has had the highest score across the country for more than a month
May 25, 2023

Eby close to calling by-elections in ridings once held by former premier, minister

B.C. Premier David Eby says he will announce dates for by-elections ‘very shortly’
May 25, 2023

University of Waterloo offers free tuition to students from First Nations lands on which institution is built

In spirit of reconciliation, University of Waterloo waives tuition for qualifying students from pair of First Nations communities whose lands house the educational institution
May 25, 2023

Trudeau to waive cabinet confidence to let agencies review foreign interference documents

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has agreed to waive cabinet confidence so that two federal agencies can read the same confidential documents David Johnston, the government's special rapporteur on foreign interference, reviewed as he produced his report on foreign interference.
May 25, 2023

Historic Montreal monastery continues to burn downtown, triggering air quality warning

The Monastère du Bon-Pasteur, a monastery in Montreal that dates back nearly two centuries, caught fire and continued to burn on Friday morning. Environment Canada warned of increased pollution levels due to the smoke.
May 25, 2023

Distinguished curator Dennis Reid championed Canadian art

Mr. Reid was instrumental in bringing the work of homegrown artists to the forefront of this country’s collective consciousness, starting with a landmark show featuring the Group of Seven
May 25, 2023

Screen time 101: How much screen time is too much?

A study conducted by Canadian researchers found that children’s screen time, defined in the study as any screens used for non-school purposes, remains higher than before the pandemic
May 25, 2023

Time to reconsider the amount of screen time for children, researchers say

Screen time among Canadian remains higher after the pandemic than before and yough people have become acclimatized to spending more time online, says a new study
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