Studies out of Trinity College Dublin in Ireland suggest 'there is essentially no correlation between received signal strength and distance' of two phones.
Canada's Chief Public Health Officer Theresa Tam speaks with reporters at a media availability in West Block to update Canadians about the most recent modelling for the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic on Aug. 14, 2020. PHAC, which Dr. Tam heads, is able to amend parts of the exposure notification app without Google and Apple. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
A pair of research studies from June suggest there could be serious flaws in the COVID-19 exposure notification app promoted by Canada’s federal government.
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After he attacked Ukraine, Russian leader Vladimir Putin often rattled his nuclear sabre. Disarmament advocates say this is a reminder that the West, and the world, should work on ridding themselves of nuclear weapons.
The political rhetoric surrounding 'freedom' isn't necessarily new, says Yan Plante, but the pandemic put an even greater emphasis on it and has a chance to grow deeper roots depending on who wins the Conservative race.
'Any and all racism is evil and must be stopped,' says Conservative MP and party leadership hopeful Pierre Poilievre. 'Any individual who engages in racism is personally responsible for his behaviour.'