Last week, Innovative Research Group published the results of a recent study they conducted into how COVID-19 has affected marginalized populations in Canada.
The federal government announced upcoming changes to income support benefits it’s providing to Canadian workers. But something’s still missing.
An anonymous source forwarded a document to me that indicated Alberta Health Services can detain people they think might have COVID-19 but who refuse to get tested.
Last week, the provincial government announced additional relief for businesses affected by COVID-19, especially those trying to reopen.
Last week, the provincial government announced a new helpline parents can use to find answers to questions they have about at-home learning.
Ensuring that companies can still cut up animals is more important than acknowledging the more than 1,500 meat packing workers affected by COVID-19.
This week, the Alberta government announced pandemic funding for continuing care. It’s 36% less than what it should be.
The UCP government recently increased the health budget by $500 million in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. This sounds impressive, but context reveals more about that increase.
Implying that carpooling is responsible for the outbreak is a way for Cargill to move blame for the outbreak away from the company and onto the workers.
Last week, Alberta announced $5 million to “support food banks and community organizations in their food supply efforts”. This sounds like a lot, but we must keep it in context.