Is Toronto’s COVID-19 contact tracing good enough? Beset by criticism, Toronto Public Health explains how things work
What’s going on with contact tracing? This has been a running question throughout Ontario’s COVID-19 epidemic. An associate medical officer explains
Spain slams U.S. response to George Floyd protests as ‘authoritarian’; U.S. defence secretary opposes use of troops as police; National Guard investigating use of helicopter for ‘show of force’
Los Angeles has recorded 2,700 arrests since the protests, followed by New York with about 1,500. Police in Dallas, Houston and Philadelphia have also arrested several hundred people.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will continue Wednesday to make the case for a co-ordinated global response to cushion the economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the world’s poorest countries.
Wary of the spectre of authoritarianism, demonstrators say the United States needs a change of leadership, and policies to end the racial injustice that has for too long plagued the country, Edward Keenan writes.
Kanika Samuels-Wortley, assistant professor and criminologist at Carleton University and Wendy Gillis, Toronto Star’s crime reporter, are in conversation with Adrian Cheung, about the events leading to—and following—Korchinski-Paquet’s death, how systemic racism and anti-Black violence continues to play a huge role in Canada’s policing