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<b>CANADA:</b> Expert argues that medical assistance in dying for mental illness ignores safeguards for vulnerable people

CANADA: Expert argues that medical assistance in dying for mental illness ignores safeguards for vulnerable people

Bill C-7 seeks to expand access to medical assistance in dying (MAID) to people who are not terminally ill, including those who suffer solely from mental illness
<b>CANADA:</b> Fashion mogul facing U.S. sex trafficking charges appeals bail ruling

CANADA: Fashion mogul facing U.S. sex trafficking charges appeals bail ruling

Federal lawyers have said that Nygard has the means to flee and the charges he faces in the U.S. are too serious for his release
<b>COVID-19:</b> Isolation increases risk of immunological disorders, immunologist says

COVID-19: Isolation increases risk of immunological disorders, immunologist says

Deprivation from ‘microbial world’ said to increase risk for ‘dysregulated immune system’ in developing youth
<b>COVID-19:</b> White House confirms Canada asked for vaccine help, won't say if U.S. has agreed

COVID-19: White House confirms Canada asked for vaccine help, won't say if U.S. has agreed

Press secretary Jen Psaki would only say they are considering the request, not whether the Biden administration has agreed to it
<b>COVID-19:</b> Moderna plans to test its vaccine on Canadian children

COVID-19: Moderna plans to test its vaccine on Canadian children

Moderna CEO Stephane Bancel says it's an important age group to study
<b>CANADA:</b> Trudeau warns COVID-19 vaccine passports raise 'questions of fairness'

CANADA: Trudeau warns COVID-19 vaccine passports raise 'questions of fairness'

While Trudeau acknowledged that proof of a COVID-19 inoculation would not be out of place for travellers, such a scheme for everyday activities in Canada raises "questions of equity"
<b>COVID-19:</b> How business managers can use fiction to prepare for the uncertain reality of coronavirus

COVID-19: How business managers can use fiction to prepare for the uncertain reality of coronavirus

It’s a brave new business world, so turning to novelists can help explore possible future scenarios
<b>CANADA:</b> COVID might have been in the country earlier than when it was first identified, expert says

CANADA: COVID might have been in the country earlier than when it was first identified, expert says

A traveller could have returned to Canada and was just getting over the illness or was sick and didn't go out while they were infectious, she said
<b>WORLD:</b> Over half Canadians polled say monarchy is obsolete after Harry and Meghan's interview

WORLD: Over half Canadians polled say monarchy is obsolete after Harry and Meghan's interview

The poll found that 59 per cent of respondents sympathize more with Harry and Meghan, while 26 per cent say they held more sympathy for the Royal Family
<b>COVID-19:</b> Staffing shortage continues in LTC, retirement homes as third wave looms

COVID-19: Staffing shortage continues in LTC, retirement homes as third wave looms

The Ontario Long Term Care association says some staff are being scooped up by commercial companies