Angus Reid, U of T study shows Omicron triples Canada’s COVID-19 infection count

TORONTO – Nearly 30 per cent of Canadian adults – 9 million people – were infected during the Omicron variant wave early in 2022, compared with just 10 per cent who had been infected in the previous four waves, according

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Provincial spotlight: Ontario, Alberta governments heavily criticized on nearly every aspect of provincial management

In Quebec, surging Conservative Party pressures CAQ government, opposition ahead of October election March 31, 2022 – As if Canadians needed any more political drama in 2022, the spotlight is intensifying on the provincial scene in many regions of the

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Back to work(place): As employers beckon, telecommuters grow more entrenched at home

Those working from home more likely than those who don’t to say their life improved over last two years March 23, 2022 – With work-from-home orders a thing of the past, Canadian employers are getting more serious about calling their

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Community Connections: For young adults, ‘belonging’ has little to do with neighbourhood

Many Canadians say their neighbourhoods are less friendly than in the past; COVID-19 a key driver March 30, 2022 – The myriad impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic are only just beginning to be understood in Canadian society and will continue

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Thinking of the children: Two-thirds of parents feel kids’ well-being an afterthought in pandemic decisions

Seven-in-ten say remote learning was hard on their family, one-in-three children had difficulty with studies March 21, 2022 – The past two years have proven an immense challenge for parents, as many tried their hand at math, science, and social

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As 24 months of pandemic restrictions lift, are Canadians ready – or reluctant – to let go?

Canadians still hesitant to withdraw proof of vaccination measures, masking in indoor spaces March 15, 2022 – The winding down of COVID-19 restrictions has begun in most of the country, and it’s being met with both confidence, and concern. A

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