As COVID-19 cases rise steeply across parts of Canada, some infectious disease experts are calling for a new strategy to curb the unruly spread of the virus.
As cases of COVID-19 surge in B.C., the president of the provincial nurses union says the virus is exacerbating an already existing nursing shortage in the province.
Saskatchewan has expanded its mask mandate for indoor public spaces to include the entire province.
Most Canadians could be vaccinated against COVID-19 by the end of next year, Canada’s deputy chief public health officer said today.
Nunavut announced 34 new cases of COVID-19 on Tuesday — more than doubling the territory's total case count overnight. The new cases are in Arviat and Whale Cove.
Ontario's chief medical officer of health says that all of the province could be in the green zone of the provincial government's pandemic plan by Christmas if people follow public health guidance. Experts say there is no way that is possible.
U.S. hospitals, weighing high demand and tight supplies, said they may limit use of a new Eli Lilly and Co antibody drug to COVID-19 patients with multiple risk factors for serious illness.
Moderna's and Pfizer/BioNTech's annoucements of promising results for their vaccines against COVID-19 have prompted questions from CBC readers. What are the side-effects? How long does the protection last? How were volunteers infected? When will Canadians get this vaccine? Here are the answers.
An investigation into Canada's first human case of a rare swine flu variant in central Alberta has determined it's the only one in the area.
Manitoba health officials announced 270 new COVID-19 cases today and seven more deaths.