Rural non-profit long-term care homes struggle to raise their share of construction costs in Ontario

Ontario PCs to forgo public hearings on long-term care bill

Ontario government passes controversial long-term care bill without public input

‘Frustrating’ and ‘devastating’: The domino effect of family doctor, LTC shortages on ERs

The pandemic isn’t over, and ending Ontario’s COVID-19 Science Advisory Table won’t help matters

4 dead in streptococcus A outbreak at seniors’ home in Montreal’s west end

Finding dementia care is exhausting—especially if you’re queer or trans

‘I feel like I am non-existent:’ Ottawa woman is pressured to take a LTC room she didn’t want under threat of Bill 7

2 Montreal seniors’ homes put under trusteeship after abuse allegations, streptococcus A outbreak

Unions voice concern about Ontario lifting five-day isolation rule

Ontario’s science table members would have advised against scrapping COVID-19 isolation

Ford government gives hospitals the power to send elderly patients to nursing homes

45 residents, 9 staff test positive in COVID-19 outbreak at Extendicare St. Paul, Alta

No, Doug Ford is not sending Granny to the Gulag

Forcing seniors into long-term care is not the solution to the hospital crisis

Alberta commits $11.3 million to palliative care initiatives

Funding for more nurse practitioners in long-term care draws praise in northwestern Ontario

Nearly one million Canadians projected to have dementia by 2030, new report says

Self-reported COVID-19 test results in Canada, January 2020 to March 2022

Ontario Arbitrator Finds Three-Dose Vaccination Policy Reasonable In Long-Term Care Home

Windsor Regional Hospital CEO says crisis ‘guaranteed’ without long-term care bill

Experts say Manitoba is unprepared for projected spike in Alzheimer’s cases

Sask. residents in LTC and personal care homes eligible for Moderna bivalent vaccine on September 19th


Warning on staffing minimum: Studying costs won’t matter if pay doesn’t add up

Aged care CCTV trial using artificial intelligence resulted in too many false reports, South Australia’s health minister says

For women of color in care work, racial and economic inequities abound, report shows

How covid-19 spreads: narratives, counter narratives, and social dramas

Woman at senior care facility in U.S. dies after being served dishwashing liquid instead of juice

Nursing home telehealth use rose during pandemic, study finds

Joint Commission seeks feedback on proposed memory care certification in assisted living

Patient satisfaction surveys fail to track how well hospitals treat people of color

Should the COVID-19 lockdown be relaxed or intensified in case a vaccine becomes available?

‘Significant’ drop in residential care aide workforce during pandemic raises questions about future growth

Nursing Home Workers Raise Concerns About The Implementation of New York’s Staffing Law

El Cajon nursing home keeps operating despite record of abuse, poor care

Nursing Homes Doing the Best They Can Despite Financial, Hiring Struggles


Implementing an evidence-informed innovation strategy with Bethany Community Services

Understanding the Fundamentals of Value-Stream Mapping

When it comes to changing culture, think small


What’s happening with Canada’s superclusters?

Danielle Smith pledges to ban college and university vaccine mandates

Differences in tenure status and feelings of fairness in hiring and promotions among male and female faculty in Canadian universities

Alberta advanced education minister extends deadline for Athabasca University to move staff to town

Reconciliation and Indigenous self-determination in health research: A call to action

Universities take diverging paths on COVID-19 mask, vaccine mandates

Ask a Prof: How does inflation affect students?

With health care in spotlight, some Ontario nursing programs see record applications