When can we start travelling overseas again?

Itching to travel again? You’re not alone. One Ottawa travel agency says people are booking Caribbean and resort vacations for as early as this September and cruises are quickly filling up for next... Read more »

Medications used for COVID-19 patients part of murder investigation into Dr. Brian Nadler

The medication used for COVID-19 patients at an eastern Ontario hospital is part of the murder investigation into Dr. Brian Nadler, CBC News has learned. View original article here Source Read more »

College suspends doctor’s licence after murder charge following death of hospital patient

Brian Nadler, 35, was charged last Friday in the death of 89-year-old Albert Poidinger. Ontario Provincial Police have been investigating multiple suspicious deaths at the Hawkesbury and District General Hospital, where he worked.... Read more »

Canada’s nursing homes have worst record for COVID-19 deaths among wealthy nations: report

Canada has the worst record for COVID-19 deaths in long-term care homes compared with other wealthy countries, according to a new report released by the Canadian Institute for Health Information. View original... Read more »

‘Shock and disbelief’ in Hawkesbury, Ont., after doctor charged with murder, but locals have faith in hospital

Although rocked by news that a doctor at their local hospital has been charged with first-degree murder, residents of the small eastern Ontario community of Hawkesbury say it won’t deter them from... Read more »

Doctor charged with murder after multiple deaths at Hawkesbury, Ont., hospital

A doctor was charged Friday with first-degree murder as part of a police investigation into multiple suspicious deaths at Hawkesbury and District General Hospital in eastern Ontario, near the Quebec border. View... Read more »

Canadian star Ryan Reynolds reveals he’s ‘Bruce’ from viral Ottawa Public Health tweet

Vancouver-born star Ryan Reynolds took one for the Ottawa Public Health communications team in a video on their Twitter account Friday, where he admitted he was the one responsible for a viral... Read more »

Ontario’s PSW plan woefully inadequate, critics charge

“Shocking,” “appalling,” “offensive” and “disappointing” are just some of the words critics are using to describe the Ontario government’s latest plan to train personal support workers (PSWs) in the province. On Monday, the ministers of long-term... Read more »