Stephanie Dubois

Journalist

Stephanie Dubois is a journalist with CBC News. Share your stories with her at stephanie.dubois@cbc.ca

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Why some RBC customers were wondering where their money went

Royal Bank of Canada says it's resolved a technical issue involving some auto-deposit e-transfers and that funds that disappeared are now in customers' accounts.

What we know so far about getting COVID-19 twice in the age of Omicron

Reinfection data in Canada is limited, but examples from elsewhere in the world point to a rise in reinfection during this Omicron wave.

Search for unmarked graves at site of former northern Alberta residential school to begin soon

A search for potential unmarked burials and graves at a former residential school site in Fort Chipewyan, Alta., will begin March 31, Indigenous leaders say.

First responders pleased about $64M spike in budget, but hope money goes where needed most

Alberta first responders are thrilled by the $64-million increase to the Emergency Medical Services (EMS) budget, but concerns still linger about exactly where those funds will go.

More people are turning to melatonin to sleep. But experts say it's not a panacea for everyone

Melatonin use has increased since 1999, according to a new study out of the United States. Canadian sleep and drug safety experts say more people are turning to the supplement to fall asleep.

Why the price of gas keeps going up in most provinces

The price of gas continues to go up in Canada and, in some regions, is breaking records. 

Omicron is blurring true picture of COVID-19 cases. But experts say there are other ways to capture it

With Omicron's highly contagious nature, PCR testing has been maxed out in some provinces as people rush to get tested. And with some regions expected to soon limit who can get tested, experts say that will lead to an undercount in case counts.

Canada's vaccine reserve exceeds 4 million doses, prompting calls for better tracking of donations

As Omicron spreads across Canada and the world, Canadian vaccine equity advocates say the federal government needs to be more transparent with what it does with excess COVID-19 vaccine doses.

Canada 'grossly underutilizing' rapid tests, experts warn — even as COVID-19 cases tick up

Across Canada, there’s patchwork access to rapid COVID-19 tests, even though the country has millions of the devices. With cases rising this winter, medical experts say more Canadians should have those tests in hand.

Canada should focus on vaccine equity — not travel bans — human rights advocate, doctors say

Canada has funded several initiatives designed to achieve global vaccine equity throughout the pandemic. But some doctors and a human rights advocate told CBC the Canadian government could do more.

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