Public Health officials told the public on Friday that Torontonians have not been infected by the Coronavirus.Read More
Tag: public health
A recent report released by Toronto’s top doctor revealed evidence that Canadians having increased access to alcohol is related with increased consumption and alcohol related illnesses.Read More
Seven in 10 Ontarians say they are less likely to vote for the Progressive Conservative party in the next election due to the public health cuts according to a poll conducted by Environics Research.Read More
Some digital anti-vaccination billboards were seen across Toronto in February and faced backlash from members of the community.Read More
The recent incidents of accidents in Toronto’s subway stations pose a bigger challenge of public safety to TTC.
The latest was reported yesterday after a 45-year-old man was taken to the trauma center with serious head injuries at North York Centre subway station. He was reportedly standing too close on the platform and was hit by the train.
TTC is Canada’s second busiest system after the Montreal Metro and second longest by track length after the Vancouver Sky Train.Read More
At least 4.4 million Canadians are at risk for chronic health effects due to drinking alcohol, according to the annual report released Wednesday by Canada’s top public health officer.Read More
World AIDS Day commemorates those who have died and raises awareness about AIDS and the global spread of the HIV virus.Read More
A virus causing respiratory illnesses in children that swept through the American mid-west has been reported in Alberta.Read More
by Jon Mace Science budget cuts and changes to policy at the hands of the federal government are...Read More