Chief public health officer Theresa Tam is urging people to continue isolating, get tested for COVID-19 and inform their close contacts even if it is no longer mandated.
Alberta's case levels have been rising and the Delta variant is now dominant.
Calgary–Alberta's health minister says it was the idea of the province's chief medical health officer to end isolation requirements for those who test positive for COVID-19 or who have been in close contact with someone who has.
Vancouver–Two groups focused on environmental issues are calling on the British Columbia government to come up with a plan to track "heat dome injuries'' following record-setting temperatures that are also linked with 570 deaths in the province over a one-week period.
As temperatures soar across western Canada, wildfires continue to burn, and
Dr. Samantha Green, Assistant Professor and Faculty Lead in Climate Change and Health in the Department of Family and Community of Medicine (DFCM) is concerned for those most at risk of heat-related illness.
Halifax–As New Brunswick prepares to drop virtually all of its COVID-19 restrictions Friday night, some infectious disease experts are warning the province should prepare for a surge in cases this fall because of the highly contagious Delta variant.
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A 2019 report to the House of Commons found that 2SLGBTQIA+ people are more likely to live with chronic health conditions but less likely to have a family doctor or be able to afford basic and gender-affirming healthcare.
Halifax–Nova Scotia's Liberal leader is promising an additional $131 million to bolster the province's health system if elected Aug. 17, saying the money will build on the nearly $400 million earmarked for health care in the 2021-22 budget tabled in March.
The Germany-based company, which developed the first widely approved coronavirus shot together with U.S. partner Pfizer, aims to begin clinical trials for a "safe and highly effective malaria vaccine'' by the end of 2022.
A letter written by medical experts at the BC Children's Hospital Research Institute and published Monday in the Canadian Medical Association Journal says Canada could see a rise in respiratory syncytial virus in infants and young children.