As the number of monkeypox cases being discovered in Canada grows, so too are the concerns health officials are not moving fast enough to make sure everyone who wants the vaccine can get it. For now, the immunization is targeted at those in the community of men who have sex with other men. As Seán O’Shea explains, some are wondering if that’s why health authorities aren’t rolling out doses any faster.
A ship carrying Ukrainian grain has left the port of Odesa for the first time since Russia’s war began, under a deal brokered by the United Nations and Turkey to allow food shipments. Redmond Shannon reports on the hopes it should help ease the global food crisis exacerbated by the conflict.
After a series of investigations and lawsuits over sexual harassment, and amid accusations of political interference in the 2020 Nova Scotia massacre investigation, public trust is eroding in the RCMP. Ross Lord explains why rebuilding that trust will be challenging.
As Texas feuds with the White House over illegal border crossings, the state is bussing over droves of undocumented migrants to Washington, D.C., leaving them homeless. D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser calls the transport “cruel, political gamesmanship,” and as Jennifer Johnson explains, the crisis is overwhelming the U.S. capital’s resources.
And a young Vancouver artist with a painful past is sharing his heart-wrenching story of recovery. Criss Blake Cook credits the Downtown Eastside for helping him overcome addiction and depression. Now as Kristen Robinson reports, he’s using his art to help others.
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