If the government really wants to invest in early childhood education, it needs to back the workforce.
Despite some public virtue signalling, the Canadian government is not doing all it can to improve global access to COVID-19 vaccines. Canada has yet to announce its position on the WTO patent waiver.
Entertainment, sports and tourism industries can learn valuable lessons from how Saudi Arabia managed the annual pilgrimage during a pandemic.
Each state has its own rules for which vaccines kids must have to attend school and the reasons students can opt out.
From maternity wards to primary care, Canadian researchers are looking to find the positive motivations of vaccine hesitant people, whether they are new parents or other adults.
The process will take months, if it’s even approved. But just the threat of waiving intellectual property rights could spur faster action.
Eye contact is essential for building and developing trust. But after more than a year of working and socializing online, our ability to make and maintain eye contact has been diminished.
The dreadful statistics coming out of India are not just numbers – they relate to people and to suffering.
The need to transfer 2,500 COVID-19 patients around Ontario, and bring in extra doctors from other provinces, exposes two fallacies about Canada’s health-care system.
Companies are using myriad ways to check up on employees at home, from keylogger software to webcam monitoring.
Some face masks now come with a coating of graphene, a substance that can kill microbes. Is it safe to breathe it in?
The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic is reducing life expectancy, decreasing birth rates and slowing down immigration. These changes may produce concerning trends in populations globally.
Dogs might be helping people through the pandemic, but should we be concerned by unprepared, impulsive dog purchases?
A new study asked over 1,000 workers how productive they were at home, and the results shine a light into how companies should approach remote working in future.
A century ago, the end of the 1918 flu pandemic was followed by a period of prosperity, cultural flourishing and social change known as the Roaring ‘20s. Will the end of COVID-19 launch a similar era?
COVID-19 messaging frames staying home as a personal responsibility, but for many it’s a luxury they can’t afford. Like the language used for drug addiction, it stigmatizes low-income people.
The headlines were inescapable: States faced a financial disaster of epic proportions because of COVID-19. The predictions were wrong.
Officials in Brazil recently asked women to avoid pregnancy, citing heightened risk to them and newborns. But births were already dropping; a new study attributes it to the trauma of Zika.
What the famous physician of ancient Greece, Hippocrates, can teach us about post-pandemic architecture.
The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in children spending more time on digital devices, which may have a long-term impact on their vision, including the risk of myopia.