A member of Manitoba's official opposition says a high-ranking civil servant in the provincial government has filed a workplace harassment complaint against him – calling it an 'unprecedented' attempt to intimidate and silence him.
Manitoba's premier said the province has enough supplies to give every Manitoban two doses of the anticipated COVID-19 vaccine, but said the federal government's proposed rollout of the vaccine puts Manitobans at the back of the line.
The average wait time for people accessing the emergency rooms at Winnipeg hospitals has dropped significantly in the past year, according to the latest numbers from the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority.
Just days after the discovery of a large party in one of its rental properties, Airbnb says it has a plan to curb New Year's Eve parties this year while Canada works to slow the spread of the COVID-19 virus.
The first wave of COVID-19 triggered an increase in psychiatric drug prescriptions in long-term care homes, new data shows, and geriatrics experts warn this puts patients with dementia at risk for further harm from falls, stroke and sedation.