Newfoundland and Labrador’s offshore oil and gas industry is the province’s largest contributor to the economy and will be critically important to its future.
Migrant workers are not inherently more vulnerable to COVID-19, nor more likely to be carrying it than Canadians. Yet our treatment of them this year stigmatizes them and puts them at risk.
For the people who do show symptoms of COVID-19, what are they and why do they differ?
In the coronavirus pandemic, wearing a protective mask signifies a commitment to the social and collective good of society. But that changes when a face mask is worn by Black and racialized people.
South Africa’s lockdown rules started with high legitimacy. But it has been eroded and has now dissolved.
The judgment creates a new layer of uncertainty in an already highly fluid situation and heaps further unwelcome pressure onto government.
During COVID-19, boarded-up storefronts host various new types of inspirational, informational and decorative murals that should be read critically as representing political agendas for the future.
There's an important difference between responses before and after people learned the prime minister's chief adviser was not following the rules.
The pandemic has forced many people to shift from public transport to car travel. But is this likely to be permanent?
Four researchers studied California's shelter-in-place orders to figure out how many lives were saved by its early enactment. Here's what they found.
Low-wage workers are less likely than high-wage workers to have access to things like masks, hand sanitizer and training on how to prevent COVID-19 transmission.
It's more important than ever for families to develop new routines for staying physically and mentally healthy – and to address the part screens play in our lives.
Justices have lent weight to state officials who want churches to remain closed until the public health crisis is over. But not every place of worship is following the rules.
Maids were among Brazil's earliest COVID-19 victims, infected by employers who had been to Italy. Now 39% of Brazilian 'domésticas' have been let go, most without severance or sick leave.
Between a third and half of Europe's population died from the Black Death.
It is generally assumed that this disease-control technique goes back to the 1840s, but it's actually much older.
A medieval historian and business studies expert discuss how pandemics past and present impact on big business.
Incomes climbed as we snapped our wallets shut in the March quarter. The June quarter will be much, much worse.
Early clinical trials into ginseng, rhubarb and rice paved the way for testing coronavirus treatments today.
Why are sport broadcasters using fake crowd noise? It might be because crowd noise can help us bond with our tribe and acts as a psychological cue for when to pay attention.