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Canadian company urges human trials after COVID-19 vaccine in mice blocked virus

A Canadian company is telling the government today that its trials of a potential COVID-19 vaccine on animals completely blocked…

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Canadians could face huge increase in mental illness years after COVID-19: study

The study estimates that 6.3 million to 10.7 million Canadians will visit a doctor for mental health issues — a…

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Coronavirus: Applications for $469M fish harvesters’ aid program to open Aug. 24

The federal government on Wednesday announced the details of the program aimed at helping Canada’s fish harvesters deal with the…

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Ontario reports 86 new coronavirus cases, 3rd day in a row with fewer than 100 cases

The death toll in the province remains the same at 2,782 cases as no new deaths were reported. Read More…

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Coronavirus antibodies detected in about 170 Quebec blood donors: study

The study revealed that the highest rates of infection were found in Montreal and Laval. Read More source

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N95 masks unsafe to use after 2nd sterilization: Winnipeg hospital study

A new study out of Winnipeg suggests that after an N95 mask is worn and sterilized more than once, it…

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Canada sees 343 new coronavirus cases as global infections top 18.4 million

Provincial and territorial health authorities also confirmed another 11 people have died as a result of the COVID-19 outbreak. Read More…

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COVID Alert app helpful even if it only works on newer smartphones, Tam says

Answering criticism that the federal “COVID Alert” app only works on newer smartphones, Dr. Theresa Tam says it’s one of…

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Coronavirus: Kahnawake hits pause on reopening plans as Quebec numbers remain steady

Officials in Kahnawake say they will stick to a 50-person limit for gatherings and say a plan to open bars…

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Researchers hope manufactured antibodies could help treat COVID-19

Manufactured antibodies, which are used to treat some forms of cancer, could also be used for COVID-19, researchers say. Read…

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B.C. records 146 COVID-19 cases over four days, no new deaths

Health officials on Tuesday reported 146 cases of COVID-19 in B.C. over the past four days and no new deaths.…

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COVID-19: Face masks spark ‘fear and anxiety’ among deaf, hard of hearing

The coronavirus pandemic has revealed long-standing challenges for those who are deaf or having hearing loss. Read More source

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New Canadian clinical guidelines first to include chapter on weight stigma

A Dalhousie researcher says this will be the first time a national clinical guideline includes a chapter on weight stigma…

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Ontario reports 88 coronavirus cases Monday, 91 cases Tuesday

“Today, 29 of 34 public health units are reporting fiver or fewer cases, with 16 of them reporting no new…

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Canada reports 147 new coronavirus cases as the country celebrates the Civic Holiday

Only a handful of provinces released new numbers on Monday, with many opting to wait until after the holiday to…

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Coronavirus: Public gatherings of up to 250 people now allowed in Quebec

Quebec is reporting 123 new COVID-19 infections in the last 24 hours, bringing the provincial total to 59,722 confirmed cases since…

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Onion recall expands across Canada; 17 hospitalizations linked to salmonella

The number of salmonella cases linked to onions from the United States continues to rise in Canada. Read More source

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Coronavirus: Feds keep lid on some PPE contract company names, prices

The federal Liberals have given companies more than $5.8 billion in COVID-19-related contracts for personal protective gear and medical supplies. Read…

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