Canada's public health agency says it's investigating a recent episode in which passengers on an Air Canada flight were almost forced to sit in vomit-soiled seats, an incident that reflects a broader frustration with flight operations in Canada, travel specialists say.
Ontario’s long-term care inspection system was totally overwhelmed during the first wave of the COVID-19 pandemic, and the ministry overseeing care homes was caught unprepared and unable to ensure the safety of residents and staff, the province’s ombudsman says.
Schools across B.C. are struggling to hire teachers, but one school district in a rural part of the province that was once ravaged by wildfires says cash incentives have helped secure enough staff for this year.
A young woman repeatedly stabbed while working at a Winnipeg Olive Garden in June says she spent weeks after the assault lying awake at 3 a.m., clutching a kitchen knife under her pillow in fear the man who attacked her had somehow escaped custody.