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Explainer: How will Canada's COVID-19 vaccine program work?

25 Nov 2020

TORONTO Canada has ordered more COVID-19 vaccine doses per capita than any other country - at least 194 million and up to 414 million doses for its population of 38 million.

Exclusive: Canada in talks to donate extra COVID-19 vaccine shots to poorer countries - sources

18 Nov 2020

OTTAWA/GENEVA Canada, which has reserved enough doses to vaccinate residents against COVID-19 several times over, is in talks with other governments about a plan to donate shots to lower-income countries, according to three sources familiar with the matter.

EXCLUSIVE-Canada in talks to donate extra COVID-19 vaccine shots to poorer countries -sources

18 Nov 2020

OTTAWA/GENEVA, Nov 18 Canada, which has reserved enough doses to vaccinate residents against COVID-19 several times over, is in talks with other governments about a plan to donate shots to lower-income countries, according to three sources familiar with the matter.

RPT-EXCLUSIVE-Drugmakers offer Canada C$1 billion to scrap some pending pricing rules

16 Nov 2020

TORONTO, Nov 15 The pharmaceutical industry has made a last-ditch C$1 billion ($761 million) proposal to the Canadian government in hopes of fending off parts of a drug pricing crackdown set to go into effect on Jan. 1, according to industry documents reviewed by Reuters.

Exclusive: Drugmakers offer Canada C$1 billion to scrap some pending pricing rules

15 Nov 2020

TORONTO The pharmaceutical industry has made a last-ditch C$1 billion ($761 million) proposal to the Canadian government in hopes of fending off parts of a drug pricing crackdown set to go into effect on Jan. 1, according to industry documents reviewed by Reuters.

Canada bets on imports as home-grown COVID-19 vaccine heads to large-scale trials

13 Nov 2020

TORONTO Canada's reliance on supply contracts to secure COVID-19 vaccines from drugmakers like Pfizer Inc has put daily life for Canadians, and prospects for the economy over the next year, in the hands of a few foreign companies facing overwhelming global demand.

Sewage testing could protect schools, hospitals from COVID-19 outbreaks

13 Nov 2020

TORONTO Early in the pandemic, a few cities and countries around the world began testing sewage for evidence of the coronavirus, hoping to detect rising infections early.

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