The Ontario government announced Friday that capacity limits will be loosened for some indoor and outdoor settings where proof of vaccination is required, as of Sept. 25 at 12:01 a.m.
Ontarians share their thoughts on the first day of Ontario's proof of COVID-19 vaccination system.
What you need to know about Ontario's proof of vaccination system, which comes into effect on Wednesday, Sept. 22.
Now that universities have reopened campuses for the first time since the pandemic, one is facing criticism for not doing enough when it comes to proper distancing protocols.
The Alberta government has now declared a state of public health emergency as COVID-19 continues to significantly spread across the province. "We may run out of staff and intensive care beds within the next 10 days," Alberta Premier Jason Kenney said at a press conference on Wednesday.
The Ontario government provided additional details on the province's upcoming proof of vaccination system.
On Monday, Canadian healthcare workers and patients faced a number of anti-vaxxer protesters outside hospitals, including University Health Network's Toronto General Hospital.
Adults in Alberta who haven't been fully vaccinated yet have now been given an incentive to do so with the provincial government announcing that it is offering $100 to anyone who receives a first or second dose of a COVID-19 vaccine between Sept. 3 and Oct. 14.
As COVID-19 continues to spread, Canada's top doctors are stressing the "urgent need" to get more 18-39 year olds vaccinated in Canada as the fourth wave continues to "accelerate along the strong resurgence trajectory."
Ontario Premier Doug Ford announced a proof of vaccination system that will be implemented as of Sept. 22.
Ontario Premier Doug Ford is set to announce a proof of vaccination system that is expected to be introduced in the province later this month.
Canada has been moved into the more severe Level 3 travel advisory for Americans, which means the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends that U.S. travellers "reconsider travel" to Canada.
Ontario's chief medical officer of health, Dr. Kieran Moore, is indicating that we're starting to have to "live with the risk" of COVID-19 into the future.
Now that British Columbia has joined Quebec in mandating proof of COVID-19 vaccination to access services like restaurants and gyms, recently released poll results identify that areas of the country that are the most, and least, supportive of vaccine certification for domestic use.
As proof of COVID-19 vaccination continues to be mandated in various sectors, industries and workplaces across Canada, newly released poll results show that the majority of Canadians support "barring" students, including children, from in-person learning if they are not vaccinated.
On Aug. 13, Transport Minister Omar Alghabra announced that all air, provincial train, and cruise ship travellers must show proof of vaccination to board. Government-issued vaccine passports are already in the works for fully vaccinated Canadians who plan to travel internationally as well starting this fall.
The Ontario government is pausing any additional reopening progress and has called for new COVID-19 vaccine policies in certain settings, as Dr. Kieran Moore, Ontario's chief medical officer of health, expresses concerns about the virus spreading in the fall and winter.
Canada's chief public health officer, Dr. Theresa Tam, warned the public on Thursday that the country is in the fourth wave of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Canadian government is moving forward towards a pan-Canadian COVID-19 vaccine passport, expected to be put in place early this fall, for international travel.
The Canadian government confirmed on Monday that the ban on direct commercial and private passenger flights from India to Canada will continue until at least Sept. 21.
Quebec's Minister of Health and Social Services, Christian Dubé, has revealed more details on the province's COVID-19 vaccine passport, a system that will be deployed in September.
With case numbers rising in several Canadian provinces and U.S. states, the Canada-U.S. border is likely to lead to a spike in new cases.
Fully vaccinated U.S. citizens and permanent residents are now allowed to come to Canada for non-essential travel purposes (including day trips across the land border), but at this point, plans for when that cross-border movement will be allowed for Canadians wishing to go to the U.S. are still “up in the air.”
Amid an active COVID-19 outbreak in the Central Okanagan region of British Columbia, the provincial government has now implemented more restrictive rules to prevent additional spread of the virus.
As of 12:01 a.m. ET on Aug. 9, fully vaccinated American citizens and permanent residents of the U.S. are allowed to come to Canada for non-essential travel, including for leisure or vacation purposes.