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October 15 - Tim Takaro
Anti-Trans Mountain action still yet to come in Burnaby - Burnaby Beacon

October 13 - Scott Lear
40 Easy Ways to Burn Extra Calories Every Day - Eat This

October 12 - Zabrina Brumme
People with HIV with suppressed viral load and higher CD4 counts unlikely to need a third dose of COVID-19 vaccine - NAM Aidsmap

October 12 - Julian Somers
Drug buyers’ club receives Vancouver’s approval to secure a drug supply - True North

October 12 - Scott Lear
A new study indicates that young people are confused by COVID messaging - CBC Radio - The Early Edition

October 9 - Scott Lear
Covid messaging towards youth leaves room for improvement - Mirage News

October 7 - Jamie Scott
Getting better vaccines - 980 CKNW

October 4 - Scott Lear
Exercise Helps With Postpartum Struggles: Study - The Epoch Times

October 1 - Bruce Lanphear
Should We Fluoridate Our Water? - Alberta Views - The Magazine for Engaged Citizens - Alberta Views Magazine

September 28 - Lyana Patrick
Contemplating how to observe Truth and Reconciliation Day in Squamish - The Squamish Chief

September 28 - Scott Lear
Time for an “Exercise Snack”? - Diabetes Self-Management

September 28 - Tim Takaro
Treetop camp protesting Trans Mountain pipeline dismantled - CBC.CA News

September 28 - Tim Takaro
Trans Mountain worker knocked out by fallen tree branch, tree-sit camps dismantled - Global News

September 27 - Scott Lear 
Vaccinated people viewed more favourably than the unvaccinated: poll - CTV News

September 27 - Scott Lear 
Outdoor exercise benefits new moms' mental health during the COVID-19 pandemic - National Post

September 26 - Anne-Marie Nicol and Bruce Lanphear
Unsafe Lead in Water Is Widespread in Vancouver Island Daycares - The Tyee

September 26 - Tim Takaro
TMX protesters' treetop occupation garners support - Global News BC1

September 23 - Scott Lear 
Outdoor exercise benefits new moms’ mental health during the COVID-19 pandemic - The Conversation Canada

September 23 - Tim Takaro
RCMP removes tree-sits removed from TMX path - Burnaby Beacon

September 21 - Ralph Pantophlet
What Is Going on with COVID-19 Boosters? - Healthline

September 18 - Kelley Lee
Want to fly to Britain? Its struggling travel industry hopes it just got easier - CBC.CA News

September 16 - Ralph Pantophlet 
How the Immune System Fights Invaders Like the Coronavirus - Healthline

September 16 - Benoît Gomis
Keeping our Borders safe from COVID pandemic (PART I) - 570News (CKGL)

September 16 - Benoît Gomis
Keeping our Borders safe from COVID pandemic (PART II) - 570News (CKGL)

September 13 - Benoît Gomis, Kelley Lee, and Julianne Piper
COVID-19 and border restrictions: Here’s what the parties’ election platforms say about controlling the fourth wave - The Conversation Canada

September 6 - Milad Parpouchi
Link between crime and homelessness (PART I) - CFAX 1070

September 6 - Milad Parpouchi
Link between crime and homelessness (PART II) - CFAX 1070

September 5 - Scott Lear
Impact of mandatory vaccinations - CFAX 1070

September 3 - Tim Takaro
Climate crisis the focus of all-candidates meeting for New Westminster-Burnaby - New West Record

September 3 - Scott Lear
Vaccine cards in B.C.: Researcher says mandate could lead to social, financial implications for some - CTV News

September 3 - Scott Lear
How life will change for unvaccinated in B.C. - CTV Vancouver (CIVT)

September 1 - Kelley Lee
Rethinking Border Management and Global Health Security after the Pandemic - Think Global Health

September 1 - Donald MacPherson
Canada's drug crisis has killed at least 23,000. What has Justin Trudeau done about it? - MACLEANS

August 31 - Donald MacPherson
Donald MacPherson: Legally regulate, decriminalize drugs to end toxicity deaths in Canada, task force urges - Vancouver Sun

August 30 - Scott Lear
B.C. has had a significant rise in first dose vaccine registration in the last week - CFAX 1070

August 29 - Julia Smith
COVID-19: Women will bear the brunt of fourth wave’s long-term effects - Vancouver Sun

August 28 - Scott Lear
Vaccine bookings are ticking upwards in B.C. That's good news for burnt-out health-care workers - CBC.CA News

August 27 - Scott Lear
What's stopping B.C.'s vaccine holdouts from getting the shot? - CBC Radio - On the Coast

August 25 - Scott Lear
'Significant' increase in vaccine registrations and bookings over past 2 days: province - CTV News

August 25 - Scott Lear
Mask mandate returns to BC; province unveils back-to-school details - Burnaby Beacon

August 24 - Scott Lear
Are vaccine passports the the next phase in the battle against COVID-19? - 980 CKNW

August 24 - Scott Lear
Vaccine card ‘sends a message,’ will push complacent to get COVID jab: B.C. professor - Surrey Now-Leader

August 24 - Scott Lear
B.C. to introduce COVID-19 vaccine passport for recreational activities, access to non-essential businesses - The Globe and Mail

August 21 - Milad Parpouchi
Publicly-funded, recovery-oriented services would really help to bring down criminal convictions: SFU researcher - The Indo-Canadian Voice

August 21 - Julian Somers
Addiction and homelessness - CJLF

August 20 - Ralph Pantophlet
Booster vaccine shots - CFAX 1070

August 19 - Ralph Pantophlet
Too soon to add booster shots to B.C.'s COVID-19 arsenal, experts say - Times Colonist

August 18 - Scott Lear
Scott Lear: The case for mask and vaccine mandates in B.C.’s colleges and universities - Vancouver Sun

August 17 - Ralph Pantophlet
COVID-19: U.S. raising prospect of third-dose vaccination likely premature for most in B.C. - Vancouver Sun

August 17 - Tim Takaro
(FR) Trans Mountain: Opponents perched in the trees - ICI Colombie-Britannique (CBUFT)

August 17 - Tim Takaro
(FR) For a year, they have been perched in trees to slow down Trans Mountain - ICI Radio-Canada.ca

August 17 - Tim Takaro
Anti-pipeline activists mark one year of treetop occupation in Burnaby - CBC.CA News

August 15 - Bruce Lanphear 
Can unleaded fuel save San Jose’s Reid-Hillview Airport from a hastened closure? - The Mercury News

August 12 - Scott Lear
(FR) Six tips for avoiding heat stroke while working out - Journal Métro de Montréal

August 12 - Brian Conway
Is a 4th wave actually happening? - 580 CFRA

August 9 - Julianne Piper
(FR) Is it a good idea to reopen the Canada - U.S border? - ICI Radio-Canada.ca

August 9 - Tim Takaro
Trans Mountain pipeline tries to override Burnaby to gain permits for clearing 86 trees - CBC.CA News

August 9 - Kelley Lee
Canada reopens border for fully vaccinated Americans with negative COVID-19 test - UPI.com

August 7 - Donald MacPherson
Combating Canada's opioid crisis - CTV News Channel

August 6 - Kelley Lee
The Canadian border has reopened to tourists, but you'll need to prepare before you cross - Kare11.com

August 3 - Scott Lear
Secret Side Effects of Exercising Just 2 Hours Per Week, Says Science - Eat This

August 3 - Kelley Lee
‘A big chaotic policy mess’: borders expert rails against UK travel rules - The Independent

July 29 - Kelley Lee
Travellers with mixed vaccine status enter international maze - Winnipeg Free Press

July 28 - Donald MacPherson
Advocates say safe drug supply needed to combat spike in opioid overdose deaths in Canada - Global News

July 28 - Charlotte Waddell
Children’s Mental Health Treatment Is Lacking, Even in High Income Countries - Verywell Family

July 27 - Tim Takaro
Heat-related deaths, B.C. wildfires spur Greater Victoria doctors’ call to end pipeline construction - Saanich News

July 25 - Julianne Piper
Tokyo Olympics: ‘soft power’ play for Japan at stake as country tries to salvage pandemic Games - South China Morning Post

July 23 - Hasina Samji
Young people disproportionately impacted by pandemic, could have long-term effects: report - CHEK News

July 21 - Kelley Lee
The U.S. - Canada border - CBC Radio - Alberta at Noon with Judy Aldous

July 20 - Anne-Marie Nicol
Skipping a Second Dose of COVID Vaccine Not a Good Idea - My Cowichan Valley Now

July 20 - Julianne Piper
The American border will open whether Canadians are ready or not - CBC Radio - The Early Edition

July 20 - Julianne Piper
Opening Canada’s borders to American travellers - Global News

July 17 - Kelley Lee
Communities say possible Canada-U.S. border reopening ‘overdue,’ but experts cautious - Global News

July 16 - Donald MacPherson
B.C. government releases new safer drug supply policy to mitigate overdoses - CBC News Network

July 16 - Donald MacPherson
B.C. to offer Canada's first, permanent safe drug supply in response to overdose crisis - Vancouver Sun

July 14 - Kelley Lee
Canada's Taking It Slow On Reopening Its Border To Travelers From The U.S. Here's Why - National Public Radio

July 12 - Kelley Lee
(CH) Hotel Quarantine - Fairchild Television with Jocelyn Wang

July 10 - Travis Salway
Reaching unvaccinated Canadians - CBC Radio - The House

July 9 - Bruce Lanphear
The Infrastructure Bill Plans to Curb the Health Costs of Lead Exposure - Verywell Health

July 5 - Julianne Piper
Easing of travel restrictions for returning Canadians - 630 CHED

July 4 - Julian Somers
Daphne Bramham: Time for radical change as overdose deaths, involuntary hospitalizations soar - Vancouver Sun

July 3 - Scott Lear
What we can learn from Quebec’s deadly heat wave in 2018 - The Globe and Mail

July 2 - Julianne Piper, Benoit Gomis & Kelley Lee
(FR) Canada must correct its border management to avoid a fourth wave of Covid-19 - The Conversation Canada

July 2 - Julianne Piper
Has Canada done enough to prevent a 4th wave? (PART I) - 570News (CKGL)

July 2 - Julianne Piper
Has Canada done enough to prevent a 4th wave? (PART II) - 570News (CKGL)

July 2 - Julianne Piper
Has Canada done enough to prevent a 4th wave? (PART III) - 570News (CKGL)

July 2 - Tania Bubela
Canadian ethicists recognize the critical importance of science and research - National Post

June 30 - Scott Lear
Western Canada: Heatwave in B.C. and Alberta linked to dozens of deaths as hot weather shatters records - The Globe and Mail

June 30 - Scott Lear
Record-breaking heat brings health risks, experts warn — so here's how to protect yourself - CBC.CA News

June 30 - Julianne Piper & Kelley Lee
Canada needs to fix its border management now to prevent a fourth wave of COVID-19 - National Post

June 30 - Tania Bubela
Canadian ethicists recognize the critical importance of science and research - The Conversation

June 28 - Tania Bubela
Preventing the next pandemic: Will Canada contribute or stand aside? - The Globe and Mail

June 28 - Scott Lear
Record-breaking heatwave continues - CBC Radio - The Early Edition

June 25 - Scott Lear
Hot Weather Safety Tips: SFU Expert Available - Drishti Magazine

June 25 - Julia Smith
Across the pandemic: a look at food insecurity - Tri-Cities Dispatch

June 22 - Bruce Lanphear
Leaded Gas, Banned Decades Ago, Might Still Harm People Today - HealthDay Consumer

June 22 - Kelley Lee
The travel quarantine rules are changing for vaccinated Canadians - Global News

June 21 - Kelley Lee
Easing travel restrictions. Learning Indigenous languages. - CBC Radio - BC Today with Michelle

June 21 - Kelley Lee
New travel rules will likely lead to more COVID-19 cases, experts warn - Global News

June 21 - Kelley Lee
Fully vaccinated Canadians to be exempt from post-travel COVID-19 quarantine restrictions starting July 5 - The Globe and Mail

June 21 - Kelley Lee
Standardizing a vaccine passport for a post-pandemic world - CBC Radio - The Current

June 18 - John Calvert
Retrofitting needs investment - Policy Options

June 18 - Kelley Lee
Canada-U.S. border restrictions will remain in place until July 21 — at least - Yahoo News

June 17 - Kelley Lee
Is Canada even ready to open the U.S. border? 'Holes' in the system are putting us at COVID-19 risk, expert says - Yahoo News

June 17 - Kelley Lee
Anticipation Builds for U.S-Canada Border to Reopen - Voice of America

June 17 - Kelley Lee
Questions raised about future of travel after AstraZeneca vaccine not accepted at U.S. concert - CTV News

June 17 - Kelley Lee
Update on international travel policies in Canada (PART I) - CBC Radio One 1010AM/99.1FM (CBR)

June 17 - Kelley Lee
Update on international travel policies in Canada (PART II) - CBC Radio One 1010AM/99.1FM (CBR)

June 17 - Kelley Lee
Update on international travel policies in Canada (PART III) - CBC Radio One 1010AM/99.1FM (CBR)

June 17 - John Calvert
Retrofitting needs investment - Policy Options

June 17 - Anne-Marie Nicol
Report indicates high radon levels in Sundre area - MountainViewTODAY.ca

June 17 - Kelley Lee & Julianne Piper
COVID-19: Caution urged to prevent another wave in B.C. - Vancouver Sun

June 17 - Kelley Lee
New Astrazeneca concerns - CTV Two Dawson Creek (CJDC)

June 16 - Kelley Lee
Burn in the U.S.A.: Canadians who got the AstraZeneca vaccine can’t see ‘Springsteen on Broadway’ - Toronto Star

June 16 - Julianne Piper
Racism in policing, the US/Canada border - CBC Radio

June 16 - Scott Lear
(CH) Pfizer/Heart & Stroke Foundation Chair in Cardiovascular Prevention Research - Singtao.ca

June 15 - Scott Lear
Is it safe to work out in a mask? Some Vancouver spin studios stay closed until mask mandate ends - CTV News

June 13 - Kelley Lee
Pollen levels drop in Richmond - Richmond News

June 13 - Kelley Lee
Federal government not tracking vaccination status of returning Canadians who got their COVID-19 shots abroad - The Globe and Mail

June 13 - Kelley Lee
Is Canada ready to reopen its borders? - CBC News Network

June 12 - Julianne Piper
How a massive outbreak at Nunavut’s Baffinland mine sent ‘sparks’ of the Delta variant across the country - Toronto Star

June 12 - Julianne Piper
Concerns over Canada’s plans to relax quarantine measures - Global News

June 11 - Bruce Lanphear
A third of Ontario schools still have dangerous levels of lead in drinking water - Toronto Star

June 10 - Julianne Piper
Feds aim to end hotel quarantine - CBC Radio - On the Coast

June 10 - Bruce Lanphear
EPA must act on lead exposure that has poisoned Americans for too long - The Hill

June 9 - Kelley Lee
Feds aiming to drop hotel quarantine requirement in July for travellers fully vaccinated against COVID-19 (PART I) - Radio NL (CHNL)

June 9 - Kelley Lee
Feds aiming to drop hotel quarantine requirement in July for travellers fully vaccinated against COVID-19 (PART II) - Radio NL (CHNL)

June 9 - Kelley Lee
Fully vaccinated Canadian travellers can skip hotel quarantine come July (PART I) - CBC Radio One 690AM/88.1FM (CBU)

June 9 - Kelley Lee
Fully vaccinated Canadian travellers can skip hotel quarantine come July (PART II) - CBC Radio One 690AM/88.1FM (CBU)

June 9 - Kelley Lee
Fully-vaccinated Canadians, permanent residents can soon skip hotel stay after travel - CBC Gem

June 9 - Kelley Lee
Flight ban leaves travellers from India, Pakistan in limbo - The Globe and Mail

June 9 - Kelley Lee
Canadian travellers who are fully vaccinated may get to avoid quarantine - CBC Radio - The Early Edition

June 7 - Scott Lear
Study probes immune response and vaccine hesitancy in South Asian communities - Global News

June 7 - Cecilia Sierra-Heredia
(FR) Allergy season intensifying annually mainly due to climate change - ICI Radio-Canada Première CBUF

June 6 - Cecilia Sierra-Heredia
(FR) Cities can take action to reduce the intensity of seasonal allergies - ICI Radio-Canada.ca

June 6 - Angela Kaida
Research focus: sex and gender equality - Cable Public Affairs Channel (CPAC)

June 5 - Travis Salway
New data suggests conversion therapy practices are still common across Canada - CTV News

June 4 - Travis Salway
Impacts of conversion therapy in Canada - CTV News Channel

June 4 - Kelley Lee
COVID-19 in B.C.: Fourth day with new case count below 200; Kelowna hospital outbreak; and more - The Georgia Straight

June 3 - Scott Lear
Study investigates COVID-19's impact on South Asian communities - Vancouver Sun

June 2 - Scott Lear
(FR) South Asians and COVID-19: Study on immunity and vaccine reluctance - L'actualité

May 31 - Kelley Lee
COVID-19 update: Travel and border restrictions (PART I) - Radio NL (CHNL)

May 31 - Kelley Lee
COVID-19 update: Travel and border restrictions (PART II) - Radio NL (CHNL)

May 31 - Angela Kaida
Canadian contributions to global health - Cable Public Affairs Channel (CPAC)

May 31 - Julianne Piper
COVID-19: B.C. Ministry of Health calls on returning snowbirds to register — vaccinated or not - Vancouver Sun

May 29 - Anne-Marie Nicol
Results show some C-K homes tested for radon had levels above Canadian guideline - Chatham Daily News

May 26 - Julianne Piper
B.C. ombudsperson urges caution if governments adopt COVID-19 vaccine passports - CBC.CA News

May 23 - Kelley Lee
Could failure to stop Covid-19 be the catalyst for a pandemic treaty? - South China Morning Post

May 20 - Zabrina Brumme
COVID-19: Health agencies team up to fund $1.3 million in vaccine research projects in B.C. - Vancouver Sun

May 18 - Kelley Lee
The impacts of border closures - CBC Radio - The Early Edition

May 16 - Cecilia Sierra-Heredia
Bad allergies this year? Blame climate change - Toronto Star

May 14 - Kelley Lee
Experts rue false sense of security in Vietnam's Covid-19 fight - VnExpress International

May 14 - Kelley Lee
(FR) Controlling Ontario's border - La Chaîne d'affaires publiques par câble (CPAC-F)

May 14 - Kelley Lee
Controlling Ontario's border - Cable Public Affairs Channel (CPAC)

May 13 - Kelley Lee
Ontario Premier asks Prime Minister for tougher border measures - CP24

May 13 - Kelley Lee
Ontario Premier wants mandatory COVID-19 tests for domestic travellers - CBC News Network

May 13 - Kelley Lee
Expert panel says WHO rules are biased toward keeping borders open and travel flowing, even in a pandemic - The Globe and Mail

May 13 - Kelley Lee
Domestic flights: when provinces infect each other - ICI Radio-Canada.ca

May 13 - Julian Somers
Douglas Todd: How drug user anti-stigma campaign mostly misses the point - Vancouver Sun

May 12 - Kelley Lee
Canada must create a comprehensive quarantine, screening system for international travellers: experts - The Globe and Mail

May 6 - Kelley Lee
Maybe border restrictions could be tighter — but Ford is in no position to cast stones - CBC News

May 6 - Hasina Samji
The pandemic is really stressing youth out, studies show - The Squamish Chief

May 3 - Paola Ardiles
Canadian Mental Health Week and preventing mental health issues for post-secondary students - SoundCloud

May 2 - Lyana Patrick
Land, planning and public health - CBC Radio One 91.5FM (CBYG)

April 30 - Anne-Marie Nicol
Impact of new travel restrictions in B.C (PART I) - CBC Radio One 90.5FM (CBCV)

April 30 - Anne-Marie Nicol
Impact of new travel restrictions in B.C (PART II) - CBC Radio One 90.5FM (CBCV)

April 29 - Lyana Patrick
Land, planning and public health - CBC Radio One 91.5FM (CBYG)

April 29 - Tania Bubela
(CH) Massive lines for COVID-19 vaccine a good sign - MingPaoCanada.com - Vancouver

April 28 - Tania Bubela
Massive lines for COVID shots outside pop-up vaccination clinics is good news: expert - CKWX-FM - News 1130

April 28 - Kelley Lee
To Stop COVID, We Need ‘Gold Standard’ Border Control - The Tyee

April 28 - Julianne Piper
Impact of travel restrictions in B.C. - 630 CHED

April 27 - Julianne Piper
Premier says questions around enforcing B.C. travel restrictions will be answered soon - CKWX-FM - News 1130

April 27 - Cecilia Sierra-Heredia
It’s not your imagination: seasonal allergies in Metro Vancouver are worse this year - CTV News

April 27 - Jamie Scott
Coronavirus: US private school bans vaccinated teachers from student contact - South China Morning Post

April 27 - Jamie Scott
(FR) Miami school bans vaccine for teachers - LaPresse.ca

April 26 - Kelley Lee and Anne-Marie Nicol
John Ivison: Shouting talking points is no substitute for proper COVID border policy - National Post

April 26 - Kelley Lee
Toronto-area startup Switch Health accused of fumbling Canada’s COVID-19 border testing - Global News

April 26 - Julianne Piper 
(CH) Effectiveness of travel ban in British Columbia - Singtao.ca

April 26 - Julianne Piper 
(FR) BC travel ban does not go far enough, researchers argue - ICI Radio-Canada.ca 

April 25 - Julianne Piper
B.C. travel restrictions don't go far enough, says SFU researcher studying pandemics and borders - CBC.CA News

April 25 - Kelley Lee
(FR) Experts call for tougher Manitoba travel restrictions - ICI Radio-Canada.ca

April 25 - Kelley Lee
Shut down travel in and out of Manitoba or risk prolonging pandemic, experts warn - CBC.CA News

April 24 - Hasina Samji
COVID-19: Two-thirds of B.C. youth struggling with mental health during the pandemic, new research shows - Vancouver Sun

April 24 - Kelley Lee
How Vietnam has kept coronavirus deaths to just 35, and grew its economy in 2020? - Vietnam Insider

April 23 - Kelley Lee
Bill Blair says Canada's borders have 'layers of protection.' An expert warns those layers have 'many holes' - CBC Radio

April 23 - Kelley Lee
What the most recent flight ban means for Canadians in India - CBC The National

April 23 - Kelley Lee
A panel of experts on travel restrictions - CBC Radio - On the Coast

April 23 - Kelley Lee
Efficacy of travel restrictions on containment of COVID-19 - CBC Radio - The Current

April 23 - Kelley Lee
Vietnam defied the experts and sealed its border to keep Covid-19 out. It worked. - Vox 

April 22 - Bruce Lanphear
Why small planes still use leaded fuel decades after phase-out in cars - NBCNEWS.com

April 22 - Kelley Lee
Canada imposes ban on passenger flights from India, Pakistan for 30 days - CTV News

April 21 - Kelley Lee
Border travel restrictions necessary to slow the spread of COVID-19 variants across provinces (PART I) - CBC Radio One CBX (Edmonton, AB)

April 21 - Kelley Lee
Border travel restrictions necessary to slow the spread of COVID-19 variants across provinces (PART II) - CBC Radio One CBX (Edmonton, AB)

April 21 - Kelley Lee
Border travel restrictions necessary to slow the spread of COVID-19 variants across provinces (PART III) - CBC Radio One CBX (Edmonton, AB)

April 21 - Kelley Lee
Border travel restrictions necessary to slow the spread of COVID-19 variants across provinces (PART IV) - CBC Radio One CBX (Edmonton, AB)

April 21 - Kelley Lee
Border travel restrictions necessary to slow the spread of COVID-19 variants across provinces (PART V) - CBC Radio One CBX (Edmonton, AB)

April 21 - Julianne Piper
Interprovincial and international travel restrictions during the COVID-19 pandemic (PART I) - News Talk 980 CKNW

April 21 - Julianne Piper
Interprovincial and international travel restrictions during the COVID-19 pandemic (PART II) - News Talk 980 CKNW

April 20 - Julianne Piper
‘What is essential travel?’: Questions around B.C.’s COVID-19 travel crackdown - Global News

April 20 - Julianne Piper
B.C government cracking down on non-essential travel - Global BC (CHAN)

April 20 - Julianne Piper
B.C. imposes travel restrictions - Global News

April 19 - Hasina Samji
Gen Z Is Increasingly Developing Anxiety About Climate Change - Verywell Health

April 19 - Julianne Piper
Effectiveness of travel bans and border closures - 680 CJOB

April 18 - Donald MacPherson
NDP lawmaker tables bill to decriminalize drug use as overdose deaths soar - Blue Line

April 18 - Ralph Pantophlet
Is it time to ditch disinfecting? CDC updates data surrounding COVID-19 surface transmission - Global News

April 17 - Anne-Marie Nicol
Variants cases take hold in Canada - CTV News Channel

April 16 - Kelley Lee
Vancouver becomes largest source for domestic COVID infected flights (PART I) - News Talk 980 CKNW

April 16 - Kelley Lee
Vancouver becomes largest source for domestic COVID infected flights (PART II) - News Talk 980 CKNW

April 16 - Donald MacPherson
Donald MacPherson: Federal government must decriminalize drugs to save lives and protect communities - Vancouver Sun

April 16 - Jeremy Snyder
Is GoFundMe Becoming a Social Safety Net? - Player FM

April 15 - Donald MacPherson
NDP lawmaker tables bill to decriminalize drug use as overdose deaths soar - Times Colonist

April 15 - Paola Ardiles
Workplace transmissions - CBC Radio

April 15 - Kelley Lee
Increasing COVID-19 frustration - CTV News Channel

April 15 - Kelley Lee
Carson Jerema: Trudeau government failed to keep out variants that are tearing through Canada - National Post

April 15 - Kelley Lee
Ottawa drops specific COVID-19 screening for travellers from Brazil as variant spreads throughout British Columbia - The Globe and Mail

April 15 - Cecilia Sierra-Heredia
Here's why the allergy season may be getting worse for you - Squamish Chief 

April 15 - Donald MacPherson
A mother speaks out amid bid to decriminalize personal drug use in B.C - Times Colonist

April 14 - Donald MacPherson
7000 people have died from illicit drug overdoses (PART I) - CFAX 1070

April 14 - Donald MacPherson
7000 people have died from illicit drug overdoses (PART II) - CFAX 1070

April 14 - Scott Lear
What is essential travel in B.C.? - 980 CKNW

April 14 - Kelley Lee
Shut down travel between provinces to control spread of variants, experts say - CBC Radio

April 14 - Kelley Lee
Tighter travel restrictions remain on the table for British Columbia - CBC Radio - The Early Edition

April 14 - Jamie Scott
Risks of AstraZeneca and Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccines (PART I) - CBC Radio One 88.9FM (CBTK)

April 14 - Jamie Scott
Risks of AstraZeneca and Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccines (PART II) - CBC Radio One 88.9FM (CBTK)

April 13 - Scott Lear
COVID-19: Health officials' latest messaging applauded by those craving clarity - Vancouver Sun

April 13 - Sukhpreet Tamana
Pandemic screen time is off the charts—but experts say parents don't need to worry - Today's Parent

April 12 - Julianne Piper
Why aren't we taking a firmer stance on travel?! - 980 CKNW

April 10 - Anne-Marie Nicol
No time for complacency as rise of variants becomes a concern - My Campbell River Now

April 9 - Meghan Winters
Post-pandemic traffic in Metro Vancouver could be worse than ever, expert warns - CBC.CA News

April 9 - Meghan Winters
The Benefits of Biking, For Your Body and Mind - MSN Canada

April 9 - Jeremy Snyder
GoFundMe is becoming a social safety net — an inequitable one - Salon.com

April 9 - Kelley Lee
Why Doesn’t BC Get Tougher on Stopping Travel? - The Tyee

April 8 - Kelley Lee
Should B.C. shift its vaccination strategy to a younger demographic? Some say yes - CBC.CA News

April 8 - Anne-Marie Nicol
Are tighter restrictions for COVID-19 required? - CTV Two Vancouver Island (CIVI)

April 7 - Anne-Marie Nicol
COVID-19 variants of concern and travel restrictions (PART I) - CFAX 1070

April 7 - Anne-Marie Nicol
COVID-19 variants of concern and travel restrictions (PART II) - CFAX 1070

April 7 - Josh Alampi
SFU study links exposures to certain metals to autistic-like behaviours in children - CKWX-FM - News 1130

April 6 - Scott Lear
Effectiveness of COVID-19 restrictions (PART I) - CBC Radio One 90.5FM (CBCV)

April 6 - Scott Lear
Effectiveness of COVID-19 restrictions (PART II) - CBC Radio One 90.5FM (CBCV)

April 6 - Scott Lear
Effectiveness of COVID-19 restrictions (PART III) - CBC Radio One 90.5FM (CBCV)

April 5 - Kelley Lee & Anne-Marie Nicol
Battle brews at Peace Arch Park in Blaine, where border-crossers meet, risking detection and COVID infection - The Seattle Times

April 5 - Kelley Lee
B.C. needs to move beyond advisories, recommendations against travel: expert - CKWX-FM

April 2 - Scott Lear
Scott Lear: B.C. government should focus on good public health messaging, not on blaming young adults - Vancouver Sun

April 2 - Cecilia Sierra-Heredia
Climate change hurts, masks help - Global News BC1

April 1 - Cecilia Sierra-Heredia
Allergies another reason for wearing a mask: researcher - Global News

March 31 - Scott Lear
Young British Columbians bear the brunt of rising COVID-19 case numbers - Global News

March 30 - Scott Lear
Horgan’s COVID comments towards young people unhelpful, unfair: B.C. professor - Agassiz Harrison Observer

March 30 - Meghan Winters
Bursting social bubbles after COVID-19 will make cities happier and healthier again - National Post

March 30 - Josh Alampi
Mothers exposure to toxic linked to autistic-like behaviours in kids - Zee News

March 29 - Kelley Lee
Canada’s border is still closed to nonessential travel, even if you’ve been vaccinated - KTOO-FM

March 26 - Zabrina Brumme & Mark Brockman
Research raises questions over delayed second vaccine doses for seniors - Surrey Now-Leader

March 25 - Zabrina Brumme & Mark Brockman
Long-term care residents show weaker immune response to first dose of vaccine - Vancouver Sun

March 23 - Jeremy Snyder
Kylie Jenner asked fans to help with a makeup artist’s medical bills. Backlash ensued - Los Angeles Times

March 20 - Ralph Pantophlet
Faith leaders preach value of COVID-19 vaccines among followers - National Post

March 18 - Tania Bubela
Normal? New Normal? A life with Covid-19 is certain. - CBC Radio

March 18 - Tania Bubela
Efficacy of first dose of Covid-19 vaccine (PART I) - CBC Radio One CBYK

March 18 - Tania Bubela
Efficacy of first dose of Covid-19 vaccine (PART II) - CBC Radio One CBYK

March 18 - Kelley Lee
How COVID-19 Spread in Canada - TVO - The Agenda with Steve Paikin

March 17 - Malcolm King
Indigenous community research partnerships can help address health inequities - National Post

March 17 - Jamie Scott
Variants could dash B.C. hopes for indoor religious services, experts say - National Post

March 13 - Julianne Piper
COVID might have been in Canada earlier than when it was first identified: expert - National Post

March 12 - Kelley Lee
Closing some of the U.S.-Canada land border crossings could help control the COVID-19 pandemic (PART I) - 570News (CKGL)

March 12 - Kelley Lee
Closing some of the U.S.-Canada land border crossings could help control the COVID-19 pandemic (PART II) - 570News (CKGL)

March 11 - Kelley Lee, Anne-Marie Nicol, Julianne Piper
Closing some of the U.S.-Canada land border crossings could help control the COVID-19 pandemic - The Conversation Canada

March 10 - Scott Lear
B.C. scrambles to fix COVID-19 vaccine booking system after rocky start - The Globe and Mail

March 8 - Bruce Lanphear
What Comes after Phyllis Ellis’s Documentary Toxic Beauty? - Nuvo Magazine

March 6 - Scott Lear
The benefits of 'exercise snacking' - Player FM

March 6 - Julia Smith
International Women's Day: 9 B.C. leaders who 'choose to challenge' - Vancouver Sun

March 5 - Julian Somers
Conversations That Matter: Did four pillars drug plan fail? - Vancouver Sun

March 2 - Charlotte Waddell
Data gaps are fueling Canada’s children’s mental health crisis, during COVID-19 and beyond - The Globe and Mail

March 1 - Anne-Marie Nicol, Jeremy Snyder, and Kelley Lee
COVID-19 hotel quarantine: Exemption for 'essential' medical travel confuses doctors, patients - National Post

February 28 - Kanna Hayashi
Fentanyl exposure awareness study - Global News

February 27 - Scott Lear
Indian-Led Global Study Shows Higher Death Risk Associated With Eating Excess Refined Grains - The Weather Channel

February 27 - Kelley Lee
Keeping out Covid-19 - BBC-World Service Radio

February 26 - Kelley Lee
UK holidaymakers will have `nowhere to go´ until more countries ramp up vaccines - Daily Mail

February 24 - Julia Smith
Without Women, COVID-19 Vaccination Efforts in the U.S. Would Fail - Verywell Health

February 24 - Scott Lear
(FR) How to train while working out with micro exercise sessions - The Conversation Canada

February 24 - Julian Somers
Compulsory treatment for those suffering from addiction? - 980 CKNW

February 24 - Julian Somers
Daphne Bramham: Compulsory addiction treatment high on Canadians' priority list - Vancouver Sun

February 23 - Julian Somers
Vancouver Park Board says bylaw will be enforced to avoid future tent cities - Global News

February 23 - Donald MacPherson
B.C. advocates say relaxed drug offence penalties not enough amid deadly supply - National Post

February 23 - Julianne Piper
Ottawa must address mistakes regarding COVID-19 pandemic preparedness, experts say - The Globe and Mail

February 22 - Julian Somers
Park Board will enforce bylaw to prevent more tent cities - Global News BC1

February 22 - Scott Lear
(CH) High consumption of refined grains could increase risk of heart disease and death - Singtao.ca

February 21 - Jeff Reading
Bad Water Sickens First Nations. But Government Doesn’t Track the Toll - The Tyee

February 21 - Scott Lear
Eating more refined grains increases risk of heart disease, death: study - CTV News

February 20 - Scott Lear
‘Insulting to everybody’: B.C. government’s ‘self-care bingo’ card goes viral in the wrong way - Global News

February 18 - Hasina Samji
A new study into COVID and children - The Early Edition with Stephen Quinn

February 18 - Julian Somers
As Canada’s overdose deaths soar, the safe-supply debate enters a new and urgent phase - The Globe and Mail

February 16 - Kelley Lee
Coronavirus: Truckers still seeing discrimination, should be among first vaccinated, says association - Global News

February 15 - Scott Lear
Snack your way to better health with bite-sized exercise breaks - National Post

February 15 - Kelley Lee
Negative COVID-19 test required at border crossing to enter Canada - News Talk 980 CKNW

February 14 - Kelley Lee
New rules requiring a negative COVID-19 test at Canadian border now in effect - CTV News

February 13 - Kelley Lee
Coronavirus: Hunting for variants and the case for travel restrictions - Global News

February 12 - Kelley Lee
The growing threat of coronavirus variants - Global Quebec (CKMI)

February 12 - Kelley Lee
Do Canada's travel restrictions make sense? -TVOntario (CICO)

February 11 - Donald MacPherson
B.C. reports record number of illicit drug overdoses in 2020 - CBC Radio One 690AM/88.1FM (CBU)

February 11 - Hasina Samji
Online survey of COVID-19 mental health seeks participants - Burnaby Now

February 11 - Hasina Samji
‘Their voice really matters’: Survey asks for input from B.C. youth on COVID’s effects - Surrey Now-Leader

February 11 - Tim Takaro
Trans Mountain says it had safety in mind when it removed peaceful pipeline protest site - National Observer

February 10 - Kelley Lee
Canada has tough new COVID-19 restrictions for air travellers. Why don’t the same rules apply at the land border? - Toronto Star

February 10 - Charlotte Waddell
BC Claims ‘Mental Well-Being’ Is Taught in Schools. Students Don’t See It - The Tyee

February 10 - Tim Takaro
Physician challenges Trans Mountain pipeline in court after protest site demolished - National Observer

February 9 - Kelley Lee
Truckers navigate muddied health guidelines amid coronavirus pandemic, hope for vaccine priority - Global News

February 8 - Kelley Lee
Uber Founder Launches Luxury Airline So Rich People Can Go on COVID Vacations - Vice

February 8 - Jeremy Snyder
Why some snowbirds are flying south despite the COVID-19 pandemic and travel restrictions - National Post

February 6 - Kelley Lee & Anne-Marie Nicol
Kelley Lee and Anne-Marie Nicol: Why Canada doesn’t know how many COVID-19 cases are linked to travel - The Province

February 5 - Kelley Lee
Covid: Could Britain have been more like New Zealand? - The Guardian

February 3 - Kelley Lee
Accuracy of data collected on travel-related COVID-19 cases (PART I) - CBC Radio One 90.5FM (CBCV)

February 3 - Kelley Lee
Accuracy of data collected on travel-related COVID-19 cases (PART II) - CBC Radio One 90.5FM (CBCV)

February 3 - Kelley Lee
How BC Could Get to COVID Zero - The Tyee

February 3 - Scott Lear
Scott Lear: We should demand more from B.C.’s public health leaders - Vancouver Sun

February 3 - Bruce Lanphear
What’s in Your Prenatal Vitamin? - DNYUZ

February 3 - Michel Joffres
(FR) Health authorities will take stock of health restrictions on Friday - ICI Radio-Canada.ca

February 3 - Anne-Marie Nicol
(CH) Canadian snowbirds to follow new quarantine rules upon return - Singtao.ca

February 3 - Anne-Marie Nicol
Slowing the spread of COVID-19 variants - CTV Two Dawson Creek (CJDC)

February 3 - Anne-Marie Nicol
COVID cases linked to travel - 980 CKNW

February 3 - Kelley Lee
Experts warned of new COVID-19 variants. Why did Ottawa wait for stricter travel rules? - Global News

February 3 - Kelley Lee
Controlling COVID-19 variants requires stricter travel measures, expert says - CKWX-FM

February 2 - Kelley Lee
The Current for Feb. 2, 2021 - CBC Radio

February 2 - Anne-Marie Nicol
Ottawa has no plans to force land travellers to quarantine in hotels — at least not yet - CBC.CA News

February 1 - Anne-Marie Nicol
B.C.'s restrictions haven't yet been renewed, but top doctor says 'hold off' on Super Bowl parties - CTV News

February 1 - Kelley Lee
Are travel restrictions too little too late? - 980 CKNW

February 1 - Kelley Lee & Anne-Marie Nicol
Why Canada doesn’t know how many COVID-19 cases are linked to travel - The Conversation Canada

February 1 - Kelley Lee
Canadian federal government implements stricter travel restrictions - News Talk 980 CKNW

February 1 - Scott Lear
Nightclub allegations not going over well - Global News BC1

February 1 - Charlotte Waddell
CBC Radio's The House: Resettling refugees, supporting Canada's kids - CBC Radio - The House

January 30 - Anne-Marie Nicol
Ottawa takes steps to discourage international travel - Global News

January 30 - Scott Lear
(CH) SFU researcher calls on B.C. government to ‘do more’ in fight against COVID-19 - Singtao.ca

January 29 - Scott Lear
SFU researcher calls on B.C. government to ‘do more’ in fight against COVID-19 - Global News

January 28 - Kelley Lee
Coronavirus: 6.3M travellers entered Canada and didn’t quarantine - Global News

January 28 - Kelley Lee
Difficulty of enforcing travel restrictions (PART I) - Newstalk 770 CHQR

January 28 - Kelley Lee
Difficulty of enforcing travel restrictions (PART II) - Newstalk 770 CHQR

January 27 - Julian Somers
Daphne Bramham: The solution to homelessness, DTES chaos and disorder has been known for years - Vancouver Sun

January 27 - Kelley Lee
What the COVID-19 variants could mean for masks, lockdowns and vaccines - Global News

January 27 - Kelley Lee
Manitoba sets domestic COVID-19 travel restrictions, other provinces balk - The Globe and Mail

January 27 - Kelley Lee
New travel restrictions to be introduced to contain spread of COVID-19 - News Talk 980 CKNW

January 26 - Kelley Lee
Do COVID-19 variants mean we should crack down on interprovincial travel? One province just did - THE STAR

January 24 - Kelley Lee
Amid calls for international travel ban, experts say rules on essential trips must be clarified - CBC Radio

January 24 - Kelley Lee
Effectiveness of travel bans on slowing spread of COVID-19 (PART I) - CBC Radio One 90.5FM (CBCV)

January 24 - Kelley Lee
Effectiveness of travel bans on slowing spread of COVID-19 (PART II) - CBC Radio One 90.5FM (CBCV)

January 24 - Kelley Lee
What the science says on travel bans, and why Quebec wants one - CBC Montreal

January 22 - Kelley Lee
Justin Trudeau warns tougher travel restrictions are on the horizon, and Canadians could be stranded - THE STAR

January 21 - Kelley Lee
Two petitions insist B.C. has made wrong decision on interprovincial travel - Citynews1130

January 21 - Kelley Lee
BC needs to shut down the borders to stop COVID-19 spread - 980 CKNW

January 20 - Kelley Lee
Petition pushes B.C. government for tighter COVID-19 travel and quarantine restrictions - Global News

January 20 - Kelley Lee
Implementing interprovincial travel ban to stop spread of COVID-19 (PART I) - News Talk 980 CKNW

January 20 - Kelley Lee
Implementing interprovincial travel ban to stop spread of COVID-19 (PART II) - News Talk 980 CKNW

January 20 - Kelley Lee
(FR) COVID-19: The ability to screen for BC variants is limited - ICI Radio-Canada.ca

January 20 - Hui Xie
Antimalarial adherence lowers risk for death by 83% in lupus - Healio

January 20 - Charlotte Waddell
Report: Increase in involuntary detentions of youth - Global News BC1

January 19 - Kelley Lee
SFU health expert, citing COVID variants, urges B.C. to act quickly to restrict inter-provincial travel - CBC.CA News

January 19 - Kelley Lee
B.C. needs to stop non-essential travel to province within week, urges expert - Citynews1130

January 19 - Kelley Lee
It's not easy for B.C. to create travel restrictions during a pandemic - CBC Radio - The Early Edition

January 19 - Kelley Lee
Complications of implementing travel restrictions during COVID-19 pandemic (PART I) - CBC Radio One 90.5FM (CBCV)

January 19 - Kelley Lee
Complications of implementing travel restrictions during COVID-19 pandemic (PART II) - CBC Radio One 90.5FM (CBCV)

January 19 - Kelley Lee
Effectiveness of border closures on containing spread of COVID-19 (PART I) - CBC Radio One 88.9FM (CBTK)

January 19 - Kelley Lee
Effectiveness of border closures on containing spread of COVID-19 (PART II) - CBC Radio One 88.9FM (CBTK)

January 19 - Jeremy Snyder
Snowbirds complicate vaccine rollout - Montreal Gazette  

January 14 - Julian Somers
Julian Somers: Addiction, homelessness and evidence to build back better - Vancouver Sun  

January 8 - Scott Lear
The good, bad and ugly: We asked how the COVID school year is going, and were overwhelmed by the answers - Vancouver Sun

January 8 - Julian Somers
How Vancouver, B.C. Is Combatting the Housing Crisis With Tiny Townhouses - Greenmatters