Monthly Archives: November, 2022

Canada sees ‘steady increase’ in BQ variants as COVID hospitalizations, deaths decline

Clinical sequencing found some variants like BQ.1, BQ.1.1 and BF.7 on the rise in recent weeks, but previously dominant BA.5.2 and BA.5.2.1 lineages seem...

China’s zero-COVID policy could remain through 2023 despite vaccine campaign: experts

A vaccination campaign will require months and China also needs to build up its hospitals and work out a long-term virus strategy, health experts and economists...

Boyle Street targeted in racist phone calls following development dispute

"It's just another example of the discrimination that Indigenous people continually face,” said Elliott Tanit, spokesman for Boyle Street Community Services

Major Leduc interchange to begin construction later this year

"This is a massive undertaking and it will support the safety, the movement of people and goods and the future economic development of Leduc...

‘Silent pandemic’: Antimicrobial resistance a growing threat to Canadians, experts say

A rising threat of superbugs, caused by antimicrobial resistance, has become a 'silent pandemic' contributing to thousands of deaths every year in Canada, experts...

Personal information of thousands of City of Edmonton workers found in data breach

An outside forensic IT team hired by the city found more than 157,000 records saved to the cloud account “that could belong to the...

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