For seven years, Felix Li served on the distant front lines of Canadian public health, in China. As a doctor posted to Beijing, he fostered ties with health authorities that let him peer beneath the official
Head of Canadian Medical Association pushes Ottawa to explain lack of preparation ahead of pandemic’s arrival
The head of the organization representing Canada’s doctors says the health care system was “not prepared” for the current pandemic, and doesn’t see why the federal government doesn’t fully acknowledge
In the long lost world of 2019, this holiday weekend would have been a time for millions of Canadian families to get together for dinners, celebrations and religious services. Passover began on Wednesday.
It’s pretty common to seek a second opinion whenever a doctor delivers some really bad news. Maybe that’s what Canadians need to do after Dr. Theresa Tam has prescribed the nation strict social distancing
Canadians should get used to the “new normal” of strict physical distancing followed by a year, or more, of continued vigilance as the country’s most optimistic scenarios for weathering the COVID-19 pandemic
A pandemic sweeps across Canada in one or two months. It is spread not only by the sick, but by people who show no symptoms. There are shortages of medical supplies and the health system struggles to up.