Vincenzo Morello
Vincenzo Morello


Canada’s opposition leaders support helping India amid surge of COVID-19 cases

The leaders of the Conservative Party of Canada and the federal New Democratic Party (NDP) are in favour of supporting India by sending personal protective equipment (PPE) and other supplies as the country deals with a rising number of new »


Bianca Andreescu withdraws from Madrid Open after positive COVID-19 test

Canadian tennis star Bianca Adreescu had to withdraw from the Madrid Open, a professional tennis tournament, after testing positive for COVID-19. In a tweet on Sunday, Andreescu explained that after two negative tests before her flight to Madrid, she was »


Canada set to receive almost two million COVID-19 vaccines this week

Canada is set to receive over 1.9 million COVID-19 vaccine doses this week according to vaccine shipment data from the Canadian government. The federal government said that it is expecting more than one million doses of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine, »

Environment & Animal Life, Society

Canada, Saskatchewan, Saskatoon invest $100 million in green infrastructure

The governments of Canada, Saskatchewan and Saskatoon announced Friday a joint investment of over $102 million towards 11 green infrastructure and COVID-19 resilience projects. A press release from Infrastructure Canada said that the green infrastructure projects include upgrades to drinking »


Canadian Medical Association calls for extraordinary measures to fight COVID-19

The Canadian Medical Association (CMA) issued an urgent call on Friday for unprecedented measures in order to address the rising number of COVID-19 cases in provinces across the country. In a statement, the CMA called for marshaling national resources, applying »


Canadian and Ontario governments invest to improve long-term care homes

The Canadian and Ontario governments are investing over $99.4 million in 95 projects to make long-term care homes within the province safer and more secure, according to an announcement by Infrastructure Canada on Friday. In a press release, Infrastructure Canada »


Quebecers aged 55 and over eligible for AstraZeneca vaccine at walk-in clinics

Starting today, Quebecers aged 55 and over were able to receive the AstraZeneca-Oxford COVID-19 vaccine at walk-in clinics across the province and the population responded well to the new initiative. According to a report from CBC News, many Quebecers across »


British Columbians bought electric vehicles in record numbers in 2020

A record number of people have switched to electric vehicles in British Columbia according to the 2020 annual zero-emission update the B.C. government. The report, released Tuesday, said that over 54,000 light-duty electric vehicles (EV) were registered in the province »


Source of Vancouver Canucks COVID-19 infections confirmed as variant

The Vancouver Canucks confirmed on Wednesday that 25 individuals have tested positive for the COVID-19 virus and that the source of the infection is confirmed to be a variant. In a statement, Canucks’ team physician Dr. Jim Bovard and Dr. »


Skate Canada bids to host figure skating world championship in Montreal in 2024

Skate Canada announced on Tuesday that it is submitting a formal bid to host the ISU World Figure Skating Championships in 2024 in Montreal, Quebec. Montreal was supposed to be the host city for the event in March 2020, but »