Health-care students and residents at the University of Manitoba are being asked to go to First Nations communities to support their health-care workforces amid an expected surge of the Omicron variant.
Two men are suing the City of Winnipeg after a day of tobogganing on Garbage Hill came to an abrupt and sudden end when they allegedly hit a snow-covered cement block; though the city says the men had been negligent.
A doctor caring for some of the youngest and most fragile children is warning parents to be aware of the signs and symptoms of RSV (respiratory syncytial virus) bronchiolitis, saying the illness is circulating in the community.
Headline inflation in Canada hit a 30-year high at the end of 2021 with warnings from economists that the pace of price increases could rise even higher and stirring expectations of a central bank response before the month is over.
The New York attorney general's office late Tuesday told a court its investigators have uncovered evidence that former U.S. President Donald Trump's company used 'fraudulent or misleading' asset valuations to get loans and tax benefits.
Grocery stores are struggling with rising labour and product shortages that experts warn could threaten Canada's food security. Gary Sands, senior vice-president of public policy with the Canadian Federation of Independent Grocers, says employee absenteeism due to COVID-19 protocols has hit about 30 per cent across Canada, and rising.
A new study involving a systematic review of COVID-19 vaccine trials suggests that the negative version of the placebo effect may be behind mild COVID-19 vaccine side-effects like headache and fatigue, and not the vaccines themselves.
A Red Deer, Alta., restaurant was ordered to close after an investigation found staff were not asking for proof of COVID-19 vaccination or negative test and instead accepting dog photos from customers to dine inside, Alberta Health Services said.