Some journalists say the issue of access should be taken up with the government and parties sooner rather than later, as Ottawa prepares to release its spring budget.
The public should have 'full confidence’ in the Canadian Forces National Investigation Service, says a former vice chief, while the unit’s commander says it’s ‘uniquely poised’ to handle military complaints.
Dr. Howard Njoo says it's too early to say whether the approval of Johnson and Johnson's vaccine could move up projections for vaccinations earlier than September.
Elections Canada says number of conditions—the pandemic, the 'minority government context,' campus closures—make the program unfeasible, as setting up those polling stations 'requires significant planning.'
Plus Canada’s national immunization advisory body has updated its recommendations, permitting four months between first and second doses of COVID-19 vaccines.
Gary Walbourne says he considered the allegations against Canada’s top military commander a matter of ‘national concern,’ and he expected the minister to ‘do more.’
While expressing ‘empathy’ for the pandemic’s impact is helpful, it is still ‘half the job,’ says Margaret Eaton of the Canadian Mental Health Association.
If the democratic world does not want to allow autocracy and the big lie to permanently dominate a critical part of Asia, which also involves the expansion of China’s influence to the edge of the Indian sub-continent, it