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What you can and cannot do now that Ontario has tightened its stay-at-home order
Ontario Premier Doug Ford announced new restrictions on Friday that tighten the stay-at-home order already in place across the province.
Warnings ignored, action delayed: Ontario's road to its most dire COVID crisis
Ontario is in the midst of an unprecedented health-care crisis as the pandemic's third wave worsens. Front-line doctors say it could have been avoided had Ontario acted more decisively on early warnings.
Here's what's known about why women seem more susceptible to rare vaccine blood clots
Moderna slashing vaccine deliveries to Canada, but Pfizer steps up with 8 million more doses
Families torn apart. Workers at a breaking point. Inside a hospital system hit hard by 3rd wave of COVID-19
Canadian Medical Association issues 'urgent' call for unprecedented measures to fight pandemic
After false starts and supply glitches, Canada's immunization campaign makes progress
Shut down travel between provinces to control spread of variants, experts say
After safety review, Health Canada says people shouldn't hesitate to get AstraZeneca vaccine
Lessons from Quebec City's gym outbreak, one of Canada's largest COVID-19 superspreading events
Why the U.S. recommended suspending Johnson & Johnson's vaccine, and what it means for Canada
Canadian medical students in St. Vincent pull 'all-nighters' to help evacuees after volcano eruptions
If a pill could ease your heartbreak or enhance your relationship, would you take it?
Canada confirms 1st case of rare blood clot after AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine
U.S. recommends 'pause' for Johnson & Johnson vaccine in response to 6 clot reports
Tiny kingdom of Bhutan vaccinates 93% of adults in 16 days
Canada's COVID-19 case rate now tops U.S. rate. Here's what the experts say
Coronavirus variants are testing the limits of what we once thought was safe in Canada
Australia abandons COVID-19 vaccination targets after new advice on AstraZeneca shots
Top official admits China's COVID-19 vaccines have low efficacy