COVID-19 has increased the demand for medical assistance in dying, but the pandemic has also made it more difficult to access.
News and analysis about the COVID-19 pandemic.
The president's shoddy handling of the COVID-19 pandemic and his response to the police murder of George Floyd have all contributed to a sharp decline in opinion polls.
In a new collection of wide-ranging essays, Between the Lines offers a timely portrait of the world COVID-19 is still in the process of revealing and, perhaps, unmaking.
This pandemic could be a trial run for how we respond to the almost-inevitable next pandemic. Or it could be the wake-up call that finally compels us to resolve this and other related emergencies.
Unifor will unveil its strategy to #BuildBackBetter with the release of the union's comprehensive "Road Map for a Fair, Inclusive and Resilient Economic Recovery."
Politicians and corporations in the United States and Canada have started to open up their economies. This is happening even though the coronavirus is still present in both countries.
In addition to COVID-19, Hamilton Pride is dealing with the aftermath of police actions from 2019. A conversation with Cameron Kroetsche of the Pride board about this year's festival.
No matter how much Trump tries to vilify activists as thugs and terrorists, it is they, people in the streets, who represent the proudest traditions of protest and dissent.
Some staff at private care homes have received pay bumps from their employers. But these "bonuses" are the rates they would need to bring their current salaries in-line with the public sector.
Ontario Premier Doug Ford said he plans to hold long-term care companies that continued to draw profits while seniors lay sick and dying accountable. Will that include Mike Harris?