The initial weeks of Ontario’s vaccine rollout was marred by poor planning, coordination and a failure to get vaccines into long-term care homes quickly, experts say.
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Emanuela is a video journalist on the original content team at Global News. Her work — often focused on health, investigative and political reporting — has garnered a Radio Television Digital News Association Award and several Canadian Digital Publishing Awards.
Emanuela started her career in communications and media at the United Nations in Geneva where she focused her reporting on youth unemployment and labour rights, before returning to Canada to pursue a Master’s degree in Journalism at Carleton University. She’s worked as a daily news reporter for the London Free Press and her work has appeared in the Toronto Star, the CBC, the National Post and the Ottawa Citizen.
As an advocate for media literacy, Emanuela has worked as a media trainer in various countries in Africa with Farm Radio International. In Ghana, she reported on the discrimination women face in the labour market and hosted digital journalism workshops for local journalists. In Tanzania, she gathered stories on the field from local farmers and trained a group of radio journalists. Beyond the daily news grind, you’ll find Emanuela either eating, travelling or both.
For years Medicago said a pandemic was coming and we should be ready. Today, it is a leading contender to create a made-in-Canada COVID-19 vaccine.
Social media platforms are being used to downplay the threat of the coronavirus and push back on COVID-19 restrictions in the lead up to the 2020 U.S. election.
Mounting evidence shows election interference and targeted disinformation campaigns on voter fraud are a real threat in the upcoming U.S. election.
At its core, the far-right conspiracy theory is that U.S. President Donald Trump is fighting a battle against evil.
Researcher Christine Tedijanto said it will take at least two more years to reach ‘sufficient levels of population immunity for the disease to stop spreading.’
While countries try to contain the spread of COVID-19, mental health experts say we can’t lose sight of the long-term mental health impact the pandemic is going to have on society.
The transatlantic slave trade from West Africa to the Americas lasted centuries. Now, Ghana is asking people of the African diaspora to come home.
The situation at the U.S.-Mexico border has been called an “invasion,” a “national emergency” and a “humanitarian crisis.” But what’s really happening?
The World Health Organization now recognizes work “burnout” as an occupational phenomenon. Doctors now have a roadmap to recognize burnout, which is often accompanied by symptoms of exhaustion, cynicism or lack of professional competency.
Experts say white supremacy has evolved and now has a new face, driven in large part by the rise of the so-called alt-right.
Pharmacogenetics uses a person’s DNA as a guide to understanding how their body reacts to certain drugs and what dosages are best. Is this the future of prescribing medicine?
Police in the Greater Toronto Area are investigating an investment company called 1PLUS12 over allegations of fraud following a report by Global News.
A Global News investigation has found the company, 1PLUS12, is currently facing at least two lawsuits totalling $6.4 million that allege fraud or misrepresentation.
As of now you can make cannabis infused food at home but it is illegal for anyone to buy and or sell them to the public.