• Long COVID: Most symptoms resolve within a year after mild infection, study finds
    The study suggested that "mild disease does not lead to serious or chronic long-term morbidity in the vast majority of patients." 
    Jan 15
  • Diagnosing long COVID: Canadian researchers discover unique new clue
    Patients and physicians struggling to officially diagnose long COVID may be one step closer to an answer, thanks to new research from a team of Canadian researchers. 
    Oct 13, 2022
  • Canadians with long COVID: Sick and, increasingly, worried they’ll go broke
    Many of Canada's COVID long-haulers say they're falling through the cracks of both private workplace insurance benefits and government income supports.
    Jul 10, 2021
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  • What causes long COVID? Canadian researchers think they’ve found a key clue
    A new Canadian study has identified a potential key culprit causing so-called long COVID patients to continue experiencing breathing issues months after contracting COVID-19.
    Jun 28, 2022
  • When will the COVID-19 pandemic officially be over? It’s complicated, experts say
    While the COVID-19 health emergency is not over, as the World Health Organization says, determining how to measure the end of a pandemic is not a simple equation, experts say.
    Sep 22, 2022
  • Got COVID? Here’s how long immunity might last as new variants emerge
    Infection-acquired immunity from catching COVID-19 can act as a protective layer for a period of time, but it wanes and is not guaranteed, experts warn.
    Oct 11, 2022
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  • ‘Heartbreaking’: How long COVID is impacting children
    From blackouts, chest pains to missing out on social life, families share their experience of kids struggling with long-COVID-19 symptoms.
    Mar 16, 2022
  • How well has Canada fought the COVID-19 pandemic? 3 experts weigh in
    As new cases of COVID-19 surge across Canada, the federal government and the provinces have been imposing stricter measures to try to limit the illness's spread.
    Jan 18, 2021
  • Many seniors struggle with loneliness. The pandemic has only made it worse
    From living alone to being confined in homes, the pandemic has also brought up important conversations on how seniors in Canada socialize and how long-term care needs to change.
    Feb 20, 2021
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  • Families, experts say Ontario long-term care report shows pandemic lessons can’t be ignored
    The commission found the neglected sector to be thoroughly unprepared for the COVID-19 crisis, despite numerous past reviews.
    May 1, 2021
  • ‘A sinking feeling’: Canadian experts on when coronavirus first felt like a serious risk
    It's possible to stop pandemics from happening in the future, says Stephen Barr, a molecular virologist, "We just need to want to do it bad enough."
    Apr 4, 2020
  • COVID cases are rising across Canada. Where are the country’s top doctors?
    A seventh wave of COVID-19 is sweeping across Canada, but unlike during previous outbreaks, many of the country's top doctors have been largely absent from the public eye.
    Jul 22, 2022
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  • New clinic opens in Calgary to treat people with long-term effects from COVID-19
    A new clinic has opened in northeast Calgary designed to help patients who are suffering from long-term effects of COVID- 19.
    Mar 16, 2021
  • ‘I’m not willing to go’: Canadian truckers worry about entering U.S. due to coronavirus
    As the number of novel coronavirus cases in the U.S. continues to rise, Canadian truckers are expressing concerns about cross-border journeys.
    Jul 20, 2020
  • Nova Scotia’s proof-of-vaccination policy is now in effect. Here’s what you need to know
    Proof of full vaccination against COVID-19 is required for people who are aged 12-plus in order to participate in non-essential events and activities in Nova Scotia as of Oct. 4.
    Oct 4, 2021
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  • Doctor closes specialty clinic in year 3 of pandemic to focus on critical care: ‘I had to make a choice’
    After years of working harder than he ever has, Dr. Darren Markland -- an Edmonton doctor known for guiding people through the COVID-19 pandemic -- is closing his practice.
    Apr 8, 2022