Inside the ER in Laval, Que., one of the worst hit cities in Canada

As the doors of the emergency department swish open, a man stumbles inside, gasping for breath.A security guard and volunteer, who are stationed just steps inside the entrance of Laval's Cité-de-la-Santé hospital north of Montreal, ask him if he's having a...

Quebec under fire for failing to accommodate seniors unable to leave home for vaccinations

Twenty five years ago, Judith Cowling was told she had two years to live when she was diagnosed with multiple myeloma, a type of blood cancer. The now 81-year-old is in palliative care at home in Westmount, a suburb west of downtown...

Elderly Quebecers keen to take their turn in COVID-19 vaccination queue but push for more details on process

There are a great many things Guita Hyman, 86, misses about the before times, but there are a few things in particular she is looking forward to seeing once she's vaccinated against COVID-19: her four children, nine grandchildren, 26 great-grandchildren and her condo in Florida. The Montreal resident...

As campaign slowly ramps up, Quebecers born in 1936 and earlier to get COVID-19 vaccine next

Quebec's COVID-19 vaccination campaign is slowly ramping up, with those born in 1936 and earlier in the general population able to get shots as early as next week. Premier François Legault made the announcement during Tuesday afternoon's COVID-19 briefing at Montreal's Olympic Stadium. The...

Quebecers born in 1936 and before to get COVID-19 vaccine next

The province's COVID-19 vaccination campaign is slowly ramping up, with Quebecers born in 1936 and earlier in the general population able to get sots as early as next week.  Premier François Legault made the announcement during Tuesday afternoon's COVID-19 briefing at Montreal's Olympic...

Quebecers 84 and older will get COVID-19 vaccine starting next week

The province's COVID-19 vaccination campaign is finally ramping up, with Quebecers 84 and older in the general population able to get shots as early as next week. Premier François Legault made the announcement during Tuesday afternoon's COVID-19 briefing at Montreal's Olympic Stadium. The atrium of...

Quebecers 80 and older will get COVID-19 vaccine starting next week

The province's COVID-19 vaccination campaign is finally ramping up, with Quebecers 80 and older in the general population able to get shots as early as next week. People between ages 70 and 79 who live in the Montreal area will...

Meet the nurse clinician shedding light on pioneering Black scientists

CBC Quebec is highlighting people from the province's Black communities who are giving back, inspiring others and helping to shape our future. These are the Black Changemakers. As a child, Stephanie Bumba never saw any Black people in the history...

Families disappointed, sad as probe into spring COVID-19 deaths at Montreal West Island care home delayed

Family members of people who died at the CHSLD Herron care home on Montreal's West Island said Tuesday they were disappointed and upset after the coroner at the public inquiry into Quebec's long-term care homes delayed the probe into events at that facility until autumn.Moira Davis,...

10,000 lives lost: A closer look at the people behind Quebec’s staggering pandemic death toll

Quebec has surpassed 10,000 deaths from the illness caused by the novel coronavirus. It's a staggering number that accounts for just under half of the total death toll from the pandemic in Canada. (Graham Hughes/The Canadian Press)A selfless long-term care...
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