At 348 cases as of Monday, AHS said the slowing increases is a 'clear indication' of a peak in cases, as the province ponders an inquiry into what happened.
A Montreal lawyer says that Quebec's COVID-19 response in long-term care homes was marked by improvisation and that a pre-existing pandemic plan was ignored until it was too late.
Hospital visits for self-harm among youth saw a 'large' increase during the first years of the COVID-19 pandemic in Canada, according to a new study.
Health Canada warns that foods contaminated with Listeria bacteria won’t necessarily look or smell spoiled, but they can still make people sick.
In a late night statement, CMOH Dr. Mark Joffe announced five additional daycare sites in Calgary are closed due to positive E. coli tests.
In provinces where there's no requirement that child-care centres supply food, such as Alberta, experts say there aren't robust regulations around food handling.
Rebecca Mayrhofer and other victim advocates have long sought reform of the system handling offenders deemed not criminally responsible by reason of mental disorder.
There could be more cases, including among other Canadians travelling in France, because symptoms of botulism can take up to eight days to appear.
A recent E. coli outbreak in multiple daycare centres across Calgary has led to more than a dozen children hospitalized, with some requiring dialysis.