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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Crown-Indigenous Relations Minister Marc Miller says there's been a 'sea-change' in addressing issues like long-term drinking water advisories, but that success required a culture of respect, patience, and trust.
In the last decade, the Conservatives have fallen behind their Liberal rivals in voter ID, but strategists say hiring Mike Crase as executive director indicates that catching up is a priority for Pierre Poilievre.
As the expiration date for CSC's partnership with Wallace Beef Inc. to operate the slaughterhouse, Conservative MP Scott Reid warns that the closure of the abattoir would have severe negative impacts on local farmers.