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Quebec adjusting vaccine plan after Pfizer deliveries cut by half for next three weeks

A temporary production drop by Pfizer is going to hit Quebec hard, along with the rest of the country, with nearly half the province’s forecasted doses between now and Feb. 8 not arriving on schedule.

Kahnawake Peacekeepers fine tobacco shop $15,100 for selling to outsiders

Kahnawake health officials delivered a hefty fine to a tobacco outlet on Highway 132 which continued to serve customers from outside the community, against pandemic protocols.

Canada’s coming month of Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine shipments will be reduced by half

Over the next month Canada will be experiencing a ‘temporary’ delay in Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine shipments due to the pharmaceutical giant’s expansion plans at its European manufacturing facility, with the shortage resulting in an average of 50 per cent of coming…

Family furious after elderly Indigenous man released from a Quebec hospital wearing only a gown

A family from Kanesatake in Quebec is furious after Winston Soenrese Nelson staff allowed him to leave the St. Eustache hospital improperly clothed in freezing temperatures.

Prosecutors will not appeal the acquittal of Just for Laughs founder Gilbert Rozon

Prosecutors will not appeal the acquittal of Gilbert Rozon, ending the Just for Laughs founder’s trial.

Hospitalizations down as Quebec adds 1,918 new cases of COVID-19 and 62 deaths

In total, Quebec has recorded 238,745 cases of the novel coronavirus since the start of the pandemic, of which 207,934 have now recovered.

Quebec Crown prosecutors to take the Quebec City mosque shooter case to the Supreme Court of Canada

Quebec’s attorney general and Crown prosecutors are taking the case of Alexandre Bissonnette to the Supreme Court of Canada.

Mother arrested in death of seven-year-old girl in Laval, Quebec

The mother of the seven-year-old girl who died Jan. 3 has been arrested and expected to be charged with criminal negligence causing death and will appear by videoconference in court Friday.

A new McGill study has found the saliva test is as efficient in detecting COVID-19 as the nasal one

A new study has found that saliva testing is as efficient in testing for COVID-19 as the nasal test.

New COVID-19 modelling shows pandemic resurgence in Canada rapidly worsening

The spread of COVID-19 continues to surge rapidly, with tens of thousands of new cases and thousands of additional deaths forecasted in the coming weeks.