After going weeks without holding a news conference related to the COVID-19 virus, officials in…
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Lisa Anderson will require around a 16 week hospital stay to recover from the virus.
‘No amount of interpretative acrobatics or declaratory legislation can create federal government jurisdiction where none exists,’ argued Floyd Bertrand’s lawyer before appeal withdrawn
When Ms. Bourque finally arrived home in Edmonton from Atikameg (Whitefish Lake) First Nation, about…
Nunavut has begun vaccinating teenagers against the COVID-19 virus. The effort kicked off this week…
Territory hit with dozens of cases over last week and a half.
Couple that flew into remote Yukon community to skip line on covid vaccines plead guilty, fined $2K.
‘It’s important to kind of make this message clear that, you know address the hesitancy of First Nations, Indigenous people taking the vaccine.’
The Yukon’s acting Chief Medical Officer of Health, Dr. Catherine Elliott, has declared a COVID-19…