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UBC Researchers in the News

Below is a list of media coverage featuring the activities of UBC researchers and their commentary on a range of issues related to COVID-19.

This list is non-exhaustive and updated regularly.

Article Title UBC Researcher(s) Journal or Publisher Publication Date
COVID-19 etiquette: How to handle tough conversations and awkward situations Amy Hanser CTV Morning Live September 16, 2020
Ask an Expert: Mask Study Jane Wang Global News Morning BC September 13, 2020
COVID-19 is the worst nightmare come true for those battling OCD and hypochondria Steven Taylor Vancouver Sun September 12, 2020
Gail Murphy: UBC's research community is a critical asset in confronting COVID-19 Gail Murphy Vancouver Sun September 12, 2020
Canada vaccine deals criticized as minister affirms support for equal access Katrina Plamondon Canadian Press September 11, 2020
Is Staying Home Harming Your Child’s Immune System? The New York Times September 10, 2020
Could COVID-19 Have Escaped from a Lab? Shing Hei Zhan Boston Magazine September 9, 2020
COVID-19 is amplifying inequalities in the classroom Michelle Stack CBC Early Edition September 9, 2020
Tips on maintaining your child's social life at school during a pandemic Amori Mikami CBC September 8, 2020
Air pollution can intensify Covid-19 Michael Brauer Hindustan Times September 8, 2020
We are finally unravelling the mystery of what causes severe COVID-19 Josef Penninger New Scientist September 8, 2020
As schools in B.C. get under way, concerns over ventilation hang in the air The Globe and Mail September 8, 2020
‘Really Diabolical’: Inside the Coronavirus That Outsmarted Science The Wall Street Journal September 7, 2020
Smile... With Your Eyes. How Face Masks Made Us Rethink Communication. Steven Taylor Huffington Post (UK) September 6, 2020
What happens if B.C. re-enters a COVID lockdown? Psychologist says we’ll be OK Steven Taylor BC Local News September 3, 2020
How to tell if your child is experiencing back-to-school anxiety and how to help Steven Taylor CTV September 2, 2020
What you have to know about back-to-school amid COVID-19 Marina Milner-Bolotin CKNW Charles Adler Tonight September 2, 2020
COVID was already adapted to humans in Wuhan Shing Zhan The Naked Scientists September 1, 2020
How British Columbians can help control the spread of COVID-19 this fall Michael Curry CBC September 1, 2020
Health Matters: Supporting your child through back-to-school COVID anxiety Steven Taylor Global News September 1, 2020
B.C.’s top doctor asks us to shrink social circles again amid COVID-19. Will anyone listen? Steven Taylor Global News September 1, 2020
Why Scapegoating Is A Typical Human Response To A Pandemic Mark Schaller NPR August 29, 2020
Breastfeeding during the pandemic: what we know and don’t know Marie Tarrant Maple Ridge-Pitt Meadows News August 29, 2020
Reopening schools safely tied to other COVID-19 measures: B.C. model Daniel Coombs National Post August 28, 2020
Health care workers prepare for possible 'twindemic' this fall — a double whammy of COVID-19 and flu Steven Taylor National Post August 28, 2020
COVID-19: B.C. in so-so position heading into fall, but cracks are showing Sarah (Sally) Otto Vancouver Sun August 28, 2020
Fitness will become even more important as the pandemic continues Katie Di Sebastiano Now Toronto August 27, 2020
Is a bradykinin storm brewing in COVID-19? Josef Penninger The Scientist August 26, 2020
Cyberbullying concerns arise as students prepare to return to schools adapting to COVID-19 measures Amori Mikami The Tyee August 26, 2020
Has COVID-19 signalled the end of the American era? Wade Davis ABC Radio National - Late Night Live August 26, 2020
Back-to-School Michelle Stack CFAX August 25, 2020
The world's first fully compostable and biodegradable N95 medical mask Johan Foster Spice Radio August 25, 2020
Health care workers face stigmatization during pandemic: study Steven Taylor Regina Leader-Post August 25, 2020
Road to recovery post-coronavirus paved with green bricks Kai Chan Channel News Asia August 24, 2020
Flu, COVID-19 circulating at the same time will be a ‘public health concern,’ says doctor Ran Goldman Richmond News August 24, 2020
How our brains numb us to COVID-19’s risks — and what we can do about it Dale Griffin Seattle Times August 24, 2020
What happens when wildfire smoke meets coronavirus? Here’s what scientists know Michael Brauer CPR News August 24, 2020
Centralized virtual schools and synchronous delivery: How remote learning is shaping up for fall Marina Milner-Bolotin CBC August 24, 2020
Pandemic is creating anxiety where none existed before Joseph Puyat CBC Early Edition August 24, 2020
In B.C., the tone has shifted from a soft urging to ‘do the right thing’ to stern, fearful COVID-19 warnings Steven Taylor The Globe and Mail August 23, 2020
Is the pandemic really reducing rents in Metro Vancouver? It's complicated Tsur Somerville, Nathanael Lauster CBC August 23, 2020
Doctor 'thrilled' by mask mandate on transit, ferries, says schools should be next Anna Wolak CTV August 23, 2020
Lockdowns and a second wave? What the coronavirus pandemic could look like this fall Steven Taylor Global News August 23, 2020
Some people use fear, avoidance to discriminate against health-care workers, study suggests Steven Taylor CBC August 22, 2020
COVID-19: Victoria police issue $2,300 in fines as party crackdown begins in B.C. Joel Bakan Vancouver Sun August 22, 2020
Are we ready for a second wave of food insecurity? Graham Riches Are We Ready for a Second Wave of Food Insecurity? August 21, 2020
Will It Be Safe to Return to School? Jason Ellis New York Times August 21, 2020
In a COVID-19 world, which generation is coping best? Patrick Klaiber Forbes August 21, 2020
How our brains numb us to COVID-19’s risks — and what we can do about it Dale Griffin Washington Post August 21, 2020
Two Disasters Are Exponentially Worse Than One Steven Taylor The Atlantic August 21, 2020
Think COVID-19 is bad now? Wait until flu season arrives Danuta Skowronski The Globe and Mail August 21, 2020
Which province has the best back-to-school plan? Our experts hand out grades Jason Ellis The Star August 20, 2020
Feds extend CERB for four more weeks, announce changes to EI system Yue Qian Yue Qian, Sylvia Fuller Victoria News August 20, 2020
Big pros, few cons of back-to-school plan for B.C. secondary students, says expert Wendy Poole News 1130 August 20, 2020
Economic recovery? Release the Kraken Adam Pankratz Business in Vancouver August 20, 2020
Canada’s coronavirus patients getting younger as pandemic moves west Stephen Hoption Cann Global News August 19, 2020
Maskne — what it is and what you can do about it Monica Li Vancouver Sun August 19, 2020
Why Canadians need to keep moving during the COVID-19 pandemic Katie Di Sebastiano Georgia Straight August 19, 2020
Wildfire smoke increases coronavirus risk says CDC, as air quality warning issued for California's Bay area Jiayun Angela Yao Newsweek August 19, 2020
There’s no economic recovery without working moms Sylvia Fuller Refinery 29 August 18, 2020
The Unraveling of America: Is this the end of the American empire? Wade Davis PBS August 17, 2020
Wildfire season not over yet Lori Daniels CTV August 17, 2020
We crack open Dr. Henry’s model for taming the pandemic: A Tyee video Daniel Coombs The Tyee August 17, 2020
Our COVID-19 experience shows that dental clinics are safe Ben Balevi Vancouver Sun August 17, 2020
Coronavirus prevention crushed Australia’s flu season. Can Canada expect the same? Ran Goldman Global News August 16, 2020
Inside the multibillion-dollar race for a COVID-19 vaccine Heidi Tworek Business Standard August 15, 2020
As cases climb, backlogs force some COVID-19 testing sites in Lower Mainland to turn people away Srinivas Murthy CBC August 15, 2020
Biodegradable medical mask for COVID-19 Johan Foster CBC North by Northwest August 15, 2020
'It is like sitting on a cliff': September, schools, and pre-traumatic stress disorder in COVID times Judy Illes, CM National Post August 15, 2020
Burnout is a hidden COVID-19 crisis, and you might have it Ingrid Söchting Huffington Post August 14, 2020
Are Canadian doctors sending their kids to school this fall? Here's how they're weighing the risks of COVID-19 Srinivas Murthy, Emily Jenkins The Star August 14, 2020
Shutting down parks won't stop the rise in Mass. COVID-19 cases Lorien Nesbitt WBUR August 11, 2020
What will our cities look like after COVID-19? Erick Villagomez CKNW Jill Bennett Show August 10, 2020
Canada is funding biodegradable face mask filters that'll be made from Canadian wood Johan Foster Narcity August 10, 2020
B.C. COVID-19 numbers rising, but stricter measures from earlier phases unlikely Steven Taylor CHEK News August 10, 2020
B.C. is no longer a model for COVID-19 prevention — and getting back to that stage is not guaranteed Daniel Coombs Vancouver Sun August 9, 2020
Temperature checks and ‘deep cleaning’ aren’t good at stopping coronavirus. So why do we bother? Stephen Hoption Cann Global News August 9, 2020
COVID-19: 'Like finding the right book in massive library,' says UBC researcher testing antibodies for a treatment Ted Steiner, Horacio Bach Vancouver Sun August 9, 2020
How COVID-19 energized a new crop of political activists, community advocates Steven Taylor CBC Cross Country Checkup August 8, 2020
Canadian hospitals saw a sudden drop in premature births during the pandemic. Now researchers are trying to find out why Deborah Money The Globe and Mail August 8, 2020
UBC Okanagan researcher says Canadians too dependent on imported foods Joanna Taylor Global News August 6, 2020
Antibody testing results are rolling in across Canada. Here’s what we’ve learned. Huffington Post August 6, 2020
How long will it be until a safe COVID-19 vaccine is available? Horacio Bach CFAX 1070 Adam Stirling August 6, 2020
UBC researchers say mental health for marginalized communities will have to be watched before second wave Emily Jenkins CBC Early Edition August 5, 2020
Nationwide Mask Mandate in April Would Likely Have Saved Nearly 40,000 American Lives, Study Finds Hiroyuki Kasahara , Paul Schrimpf Newsweek August 5, 2020
The debate over masks today is a lot like the decades-long fight to mandate seat belts Steven Taylor CNN August 5, 2020
COVID-19 vaccine not a 'silver-bullet solution' to ending pandemic: top public health official Srinivas Murthy National Post August 5, 2020
32% of Canadians may hold off on getting eventual COVID-19 vaccine, survey shows Manish Sadarangani CBC August 5, 2020
How a small B.C. island can help us understand the role of racism in disease treatment Renisa Mawani CBC August 3, 2020
How close are we to a coronavirus vaccine? Manish Sadarangani Global News August 2, 2020
In sickness and in health: COVID-19 pandemic stress tests marriages of health care workers on the front lines David Barbic The Globe and Mail August 2, 2020
Researchers look for unique ways to collect data as COVID-19 changes methods Andrew Trites National Post August 1, 2020
Bringing the ant colony home: Scientists seek new ways to continue research amid coronavirus Andrew Trites Canadian Press August 1, 2020
Phone counselling service established during pandemic moves online due to high demand Lesley Lutes CBC August 1, 2020
COVID-19: Teach more classes outside during pandemic, say some educators Marina Milner-Boloti Vancouver Sun August 1, 2020
Park drinking over indoor gatherings? Experts say finding risk mitigation is key Steven Taylor Breakfast Television July 31, 2020
The virus that causes COVID-19 has been silently brewing in bats for decades Shing Zhan Popular Science July 30, 2020
B.C. chiropractor under investigation for letter to the editor spreading false claim about masks Wayne Ghesquiere CBC July 30, 2020
Under the sea: What coronavirus is doing to the world’s marine mammals Rashid Sumaila Global News July 30, 2020
Canadians have been less physically active during pandemic Katie Di Sebastiano CFAX 1070 Adam Stirling July 29, 2020
How to keep your skin as healthy as possible under that face mask! Monica Li CBC July 29, 2020
Mental health impact of coronavirus pandemic hits marginalized groups hardest Emily Jenkins Corey McAuliffe, Anne Gadermann The Conversation July 26, 2020
COVID-19: B.C.'s innovators step up to solve pandemic problems Elizabeth Bryce Vancouver Sun July 22, 2020
Jason Kenney gives tacit approval to Calgary’s incoming mask mandate Steven Taylor The Globe and Mail July 22, 2020
COVID-friendly sex guidelines getting noticed Lori Brotto News 1130 July 22, 2020
Filipinos in Canada report high levels of job losses from pandemic John Paul (JP) Catungal Vancouver Sun July 22, 2020
'A surprise to no one': Some coping better than others with COVID-19, research suggests Nancy Sin, Anita DeLongis Patrick Klaiber CTV July 22, 2020
COVID-19: B.C bar and club owners call for co-operation in distancing as pandemic cases rise Daniel Coombs Vancouver Sun July 22, 2020
Outbreak in Kelowna, B.C., forces 1,000 people into self-isolation Srinivas Murthy National Post July 22, 2020
We Asked Coronavirus Experts About Whether They're Taking A Vacation This Summer Rosie Redfield Buzzfeed News July 22, 2020
Boosting Our “Behavioral Immune System” to Beat COVID-19 Mark Schaller Psychology Today July 22, 2020
Henry adds new rules for restaurants, bars following two Tri-City COVID-19 clusters Stephen Hoption Cann Tricity News July 22, 2020
B.C. restaurants tighten guidelines amid new spike in COVID-19 cases Srinivas Murthy Global News July 22, 2020
Why COVID-19 home testing kits aren’t available in Canada Peter Phillips Global News July 21, 2020
Coronavirus: Do I need to wear a mask in the car with my mom? Tom Koch Ken Denike News 1130 July 21, 2020
Hotel association calls for deferment of 2020 property taxes to help industry survive Thomas Davidoff Vancouver Sun July 21, 2020
B.C. aims to clear backlog of 32,400 surgeries in 15 months if COVID-19 surge doesn’t happen Jason Sutherland The Globe and Mail July 21, 2020
How a Potential Treatment for the Coronavirus Turned Up in a Scientist’s Freezer Carl Hansen New Yorker July 20, 2020
While a majority of people in B.C. support wearing masks, those who won't are steadfast Steven Taylor CBC July 20, 2020
Lockdown fatigue, 'invincibility' causing more COVID-19 infections in young people Stephen Hoption Cann Vancouver Sun July 19, 2020
Coronavirus psychology: Why an ‘abstract’ virus makes recovery more complicated Steven Taylor Now Magazine July 19, 2020
There Is So Much More Than the Nuclear Family, Even Now Elizabeth Dunn The Atlantic July 18, 2020
LFP LONGFORM: Londoners' social lives are reopening again. Is that a good thing? Steven Taylor London Free Press July 18, 2020
UBC researcher says most getting less sex, not more, during pandemic Lori Brotto Castanet July 17, 2020
Pandemic baby boom is a myth, finds UBC researcher studying sexual health during COVID-19 Lori Brotto CTV July 17, 2020
COVID-19: Indigenous art kits designed to lift prison morale during pandemic Helen Brown, Kelsey Timler Vancouver Sun July 17, 2020
UBC researchers set sights on coronavirus antibodies Ted Steiner, Horacio Bach CKNW Jill Bennett Show July 17, 2020
Mandatory Mask Use Could Have Saved 40,000 Lives, Study Says Paul Schrimpf Bloomberg July 16, 2020
Study links good health-care in Canada to higher COVID-19 death rate Mahyar Etminan Winnipeg Free Press July 16, 2020
COVID-19: Uptick in daily cases worrying, reinforces need for continued restrictions, says B.C. health officer Sarah (Sally) Otto Vancouver Sun July 15, 2020
Call to support, not sack, junior academics as pandemic hits Thomas Schneider Times Higher Education July 15, 2020
Negative coronavirus test? Here’s why you can’t ignore physical distancing Peter Phillips Global News July 14, 2020
When a Pandemic Hits, Working Moms Pay the Price Yue Qian Sylvia Fuller The Tyee July 14, 2020
Coronavirus: Is it pointless to wear a mask with your nose uncovered? Ken Denike News 1130 July 13, 2020
Threat of second wave elsewhere is major risk for B.C. James Brander Business in Vancouver July 13, 2020
The long-term biological effects of COVID-19 stress on kids’ future health and development Michael Kobor, Kim Schmidt, Ruanne Vent-Schmidt The Conversation July 12, 2020
Expert warns return to lockdown conditions a 'possibility' in B.C. Daniel Coombs CTV July 11, 2020
The Mental Toll of COVID-19, and the Doctor Who Saw It Coming Steven Taylor The Tyee July 10, 2020
The role of the corporation in society Joel Bakan Financial Times July 10, 2020
Overlooked heroes: Low-paid cleaners are key to helping stop COVID-19's spread Reza Afshari Vancouver Sun July 10, 2020
COVID-19 has fostered ‘perfect storm pushing women out of their jobs’: UBC study co-author Sylvia Fuller Vancouver Sun July 9, 2020
COVID-19: Recent cases at Metro Vancouver businesses worry experts Stephen Hoption Cann Vancouver Sun July 9, 2020
For overseas Filipinos like Loida Ubay, essential work feels increasingly sacrificial John Paul Catungal The Tyee July 8, 2020
The pandemic is hurting Canada’s working mothers Yue Qian Sylvia Fuller The Globe and Mail July 8, 2020
B.C.'s slow start to summer isn't all bad news Jiayun Angela Yao The Weather Network July 8, 2020
This is not a normal mental-health disaster Steven Taylor The Atlantic July 7, 2020
New studies confirm bizarre COVID-19 symptoms Stephen Hoption Cann Yahoo News July 7, 2020
When it comes to going back to work, COVID-19 is impacting Canadian mothers more than fathers: study Yue Qian Sylvia Fuller CTV July 7, 2020
Coronavirus airborne debate reminder to stay vigilant: UBC epidemiologist Stephen Hoption Cann News 1130 July 7, 2020
Artificial Intelligence Powered COVID-19 Diagnosis Tool to Seek Lung Scan Images from India Savvas Nicolaou The Weather Channel July 7, 2020
Canada must keep the border closed until the U.S. can prove it has the virus under control Keith Head The Star July 4, 2020
Walking a 'tightrope': Bill Morneau and the path out of the pandemic economy Kevin Milligan CBC July 4, 2020
How psychology can explain pushback against mandatory masks Steven Taylor CBC July 3, 2020
Health concerns raised as Canadian airlines abandon social distancing Srinivas Murthy Vancouver Sun July 3, 2020
Drug trafficking could be putting ‘fragile fisheries’ at risk, study says Philippe Le Billon Mongabay July 2, 2020
Ordering, asking, or shaming: What's the best way to get Americans to wear face masks? Steven Taylor The Week July 1, 2020
COVID-19 Country & Canadian Province Comparisons Werner Antweiler July 1, 2020
Should masks be mandatory? It depends Tom Koch Global News June 30, 2020
Parents with children under 18 reporting troubling tolls to their mental health: survey Emily Jenkins News 1130 June 30, 2020
Coronavirus cases have hit 10 million worldwide, with 500,000 deaths. Where do we go from here? Daniel Coombs Stephen Hoption Cann Global News June 28, 2020
Why B.C. will be 'right on the brink' of a COVID-19 resurgence for months to come Daniel Coombs CBC June 27, 2020
Canada’s lost months: When COVID-19′s first wave hit, governments and health officials were scattered and slow to act Srinivas Murthy The Globe and Mail June 26, 2020
Reopening B.C.: Province's COVID-19 economic policies get mixed reviews from business sector Kevin Milligan Vancouver Sun June 26, 2020
Money spent on public transit could be better spent elsewhere Patrick Condon CFJC Today June 26, 2020
Survey reveals link between COVID-19 stress and mental illness worries Emily Jenkins Global News June 26, 2020
Testing for covid-19 using sewage Natalie Prystajecky CKNW Mornings with Simi June 25, 2020
Expert: B.C. 's decision to centralize power to fight COVID-19 necessary but likely unpopular Mahesh Nagarajan Business in Vancouver June 25, 2020
How aging increases vulnerability to COVID-19 and how pollution can make it worse Christopher Carlsten CBC Radio - Quirks and Quarks June 25, 2020
Canada’s proportion of coronavirus deaths in nursing homes top 16 other nations: study Roger Wong The Star June 25, 2020
How the pandemic will end Steven Taylor The Atlantic June 25, 2020
COVID-19: Measures to suppress pandemic may be needed for 18 months Annalee Yassi Vancouver Sun June 25, 2020
Latest round of modelling data shows B.C. must stay the course Sarah (Sally) Otto Global News June 24, 2020
The pandemic presents the chance to end homelessness in Canada for good Penny Gurstein Huffington Post June 24, 2020
UBC stress study seeks to help people prepare for second pandemic wave and beyond Joelle LeMoult Georgia Straight June 24, 2020
Couple used transplant experience to help navigate pregnancy during pandemic Gillian Hanley CTV June 24, 2020
UBC study warns wildfire smoke could make COVID-19 symptoms worse Jiayun Angela Yao CityNews June 24, 2020
Could the Montreal Neuro herald a paradigm shift in scientific research? Brett Finlay University Affairs June 24, 2020
UBC study seeks to learn if at-home workout apps improve health during pandemic Eli Puterman The Free Press June 23, 2020
Why doesn't Canada test all international arrivals for COVID-19 at its airports? Stephen Hoption Cann, Ken Denike, Michael Curry, Tom Koch News 1130 June 23, 2020
COVID-19 Contact Tracing App Emphasizes Canada’s Health Care Divide Richard Lester Huffington Post June 23, 2020
Canada needs a plan to rebuild itself. Let the transformation begin Kevin Milligan Maclean's June 23, 2020
The fight to ban single-use plastics has been set back years by the pandemic — but innovative new products are coming to the rescue UBC BioProducts Institute The Star June 22, 2020
'Optimism tinged with anxiety': What to expect from the next 100 days of COVID-19, according to experts Steven Taylor National Post June 20, 2020
What Can Be Done Before Disposable Face Masks And Gloves Become A Global Plastics Nightmare? Daniela Vargas Figueroa Vogue (UK) June 19, 2020
There’s Much to Learn from BC’s Back to School Moment Daniel Coombs The Tyee June 19, 2020
Fathers feeling closer to children thanks to COVID-19 restrictions: research John Izzo Global News June 18, 2020
Should wearing a mask in public be mandatory? Tom Koch Michael Curry CTV June 18, 2020
Pandemic may be contributing to increase in male genital injuries, UBC researchers say Jesse Spooner, Linda Lee, John Kinahan, Michael Metcalfe, Nathan Hoag CTV June 18, 2020
Despite calls, B.C. still not collecting race-based COVID data Farah Shroff Surrey Now-Leader June 18, 2020
Canada's COVID-19 caseload surpasses 100,000 Stephen Hoption Cann The Canadian Press June 18, 2020
UBC study looks at impact of exercise classes on seniors isolating during COVID-19 Mark Beauchamp CTV June 17, 2020
Why learning from home is an unlikely training ground for a post-pandemic world Katherine Lyon, Siobhán McPhee Maclean's June 17, 2020
COVID-19 Pregnancy Complications Deborah Money CFAX 1070 Adam Stirling June 17, 2020
Why the world needs viruses to function Curtis Suttle BBC June 17, 2020
What outdoor space tells us about inequality Lorien Nesbitt BBC June 17, 2020
Billion-Scale Investigation of COVID-19 Impact on Human Communication in 104 Languages Muhammad Abdul-Mageed Medium June 15, 2020
CEO asks employees to lie on timecards or risk job losses — violating labour laws Sylvia Fuller CBC June 15, 2020
Overdose Deaths Surge as BC Celebrates Virus Success Mark Tyndall The Tyee June 12, 2020
Can we really socialize again? How to do it safely Stephen Hoption-Cann Global News June 12, 2020
COVID-19: Poll, UBC scientist say mental health continues to suffer Joseph Puyat Vancouver Sun June 11, 2020
Why clean energy should be at the heart of post-Covid-19 stimulus plans Hisham Zerriffi New Statesman June 11, 2020
As we restart life in our cities, being inclusive is key Alexandra Flynn The Globe and Mail June 11, 2020
White supremacy in ‘British’ Columbia, and the China syndrome Henry Yu The Tyee June 10, 2020
Looking after our mental well-being in these uncertain times Farah Shroff Rabble June 10, 2020
Looking after our mental well-being in these uncertain times Farah Shroff Rabble.ca June 10, 2020
Mini-organs push along COVID-19 and other virus research Josef Penninger Knowable Magazine June 9, 2020
Learning to live with others amid coronavirus-related disruptions to daily life Robyn Pitman CTV News June 9, 2020
Those COVID-19 masks, gloves and wipes we're all using are polluting land and sea Orlando Rojas CBC June 9, 2020
Early efforts by Chinese community to curb COVID-19 should be 'applauded', says B.C. doctor Peter Phillips CBC June 8, 2020
Density can work post-COVID-19, with good urban planning Patrick Condon Policy Options June 8, 2020
Lessons from Covid-19: how to ensure women get back to work coming out of this pandemic Farah Shroff CBC June 8, 2020
Effect of COVID-19 on women's work Farah Shroff CBC Daybreak South June 8, 2020
Envisioning the future of transportation in a post-pandemic world Michael Brauer Kay Teschke CBC June 7, 2020
Himalayan New Yorkers tell stories of COVID-19 Mark Turin Nepali Times June 6, 2020
Does the work-from-home shift spell the death of the daily commute? Alex Bigazzi BNN Bloomberg June 6, 2020
Return to B.C. classrooms as much about checking in on student wellbeing Wendy Carr Vancouver Sun June 6, 2020
COVID-19: UBC team using every tool in its science kit to get ahead of virus Natalie Strynadka, Steven S. Plotkin Vancouver Sun June 6, 2020
COVID-19: Front line nurses are concerned despite big boost in supply of N95 masks Mahesh Nagarajan Vancouver Sun June 6, 2020
Governance, not government, might be a better measure of provinces’ pandemic success Carey Doberstein The Globe and Mail June 5, 2020
5 green infrastructure projects engineers recommend to boost COVID-19 economic recovery Kasun Hewage and Rehan Sadiq CBC June 5, 2020
Coronavirus: The rise of anti-Asian racism during COVID-19 Carol Liao Global News June 5, 2020
Coronavirus: Canada’s supply of PPE won’t meet demand as economy reopens, trade expert says Mahesh Nagarajan Global News June 5, 2020
COVID-19: Next phase of easing restrictions could be around the corner Daniel Coombs Vancouver Sun June 5, 2020
B.C. firms reap protective equipment demand windfall Orlando Rojas Business in Vancouver June 5, 2020
Unionization at deadly care home signals change, says expert Bethany Hastie The Tyee June 5, 2020
Revive millionaire migration to cure Canada’s coronavirus economic woes, say advocates David Ley South China Morning Post June 3, 2020
The coronavirus crisis exposed gaps in Canada's social programs. Now's the time to fill them. Richard Johnston Huffington Post June 3, 2020
CDC wants people to drive solo to avoid coronavirus, sparking fear over more congestion and emissions Lawrence Frank CNBC June 3, 2020
Only one third of B.C.’s students return to the classroom, despite assurances Marina Milner-Bolotin The Globe and Mail June 3, 2020
COVID-19 unemployment could trigger more than 2,000 suicides in Canada, study warns David Klonsky National Post June 3, 2020
1/3 of women out of the workforce in B.C.: economist Marina Adshade News 1130 June 3, 2020
Burnaby grocery giant's temperature checks 'inaccurately high' Stephen Hoption-Cann Burnaby Now June 3, 2020
James Boothroyd and Stephen Sheppard: Transformers: Harnessing 'citizen power' for that other emergency Stephen Sheppard Vancouver Sun June 3, 2020
Old drug, new tricks: How an existing medication could reduce the severity of COVID-19 James Russell CIHR June 3, 2020
Northern light: How Canadian research offers hope in the fight against COVID-19 Natalie Prystajecky CIHR June 3, 2020
COVID-19: Second wave not inevitable, depends on effective restrictive measures: experts Daniel Coombs Vancouver Sun June 2, 2020
Will oversanitizing weaken my immune system? Your COVID-19 questions answered Bob Hancock CBC June 2, 2020
Mental wellness: Stay engaged to fight anxiety Anita DeLongis Richmond News June 1, 2020
Testing for COVID-19 in sewage could serve as 'advance warning,' help prepare for 2nd wave Natalie Prystajecky CBC May 31, 2020
Demand for online learning services soars during pandemic Catherine Rawn CBC May 31, 2020
How Filipino-Canadian care aides are disproportionately affected by the COVID-19 pandemic Leonora Angeles CBC May 31, 2020
Copper surfaces can reduce spread of disease in hospitals: VCH study Ed Asselin Vancouver Sun May 30, 2020
UBC researchers developing biodegradable N95 masks from local wood fibres Orlando Rojas Vancouver Courier May 29, 2020
Coronavirus: Is it safe to swim in a pool, lake or the ocean? Curtis Suttle The Weather Network May 29, 2020
So where did the virus come from? Shing Zhan Wall Street Journal May 29, 2020
UBC researcher to study link between exercise, mental health among older adults during pandemic Mark Beauchamp CBC May 29, 2020
Alberta farmers struggle to find footing amid pandemic Jim Vercammen St Albert Today May 28, 2020
Alberta farmers struggle to find footing amid pandemic Jim Vercammen St Albert Today May 28, 2020
The Case for a Public Option for Housing Penny Gurstein The Tyee May 26, 2020
Coronavirus racism: Go back to China, attacker said, as he punched indigenous Vancouver woman who sneezed Henry Yu South China Morning Post May 20, 2020
Coronavirus and cognitive bias: The surprising reasons people cheat at social distancing Eric Cadesky The Conversation May 20, 2020
Koch: Our post-pandemic 'normal' should be based on the support and solidarity we are developing now Tom Koch The Province May 19, 2020
In the opioid crisis, young queer and trans men are navigating risk reduction on their own Rodney Knight Trevor Goodyear The Conversation May 19, 2020
What are the riskiest jobs amid COVID-19? New online tool measures B.C. job sector risk, reward Henry Siu Global News May 19, 2020
No More Business as Usual: COVID-19 and Climate Justice Farah Shroff Bridge for Health May 19, 2020
UBC team develop tool to gauge risks to reopening sectors Henry Siu The Globe and Mail May 19, 2020
Lockdown: Three ways to get your kids moving and away from laptops and phones Ali McManus The Independent May 18, 2020
Why attitudes toward mask wearing are quickly changing in Canada and the U.S. Toni Schmader CBC May 18, 2020
Lawnmowers roaring. Neighbours stomping. Stereos blaring. How the pandemic has amplified noise of daily life CBC May 18, 2020
Tight trade ties spark border business dilemma James Brander Business in Vancouver May 18, 2020
First Nations Asked for Help in Fighting COVID-19. They Were Ignored Paige Raibmon The Tyee May 16, 2020
COVID-19 has put a harsh spotlight on the anti-Asian racism that has always existed in Canada Carol Liao CBC May 16, 2020
Canada’s order for N95 masks drops by nearly 50 million due to supply issues Mahesh Nagarajan The Globe and Mail May 16, 2020
How the pandemic has shifted the way women are giving birth Saraswathi Vedam Daily Hive May 15, 2020
What Canada must learn from its flawed COVID-19 response to get ready for a second wave Peter Phillips National Post May 15, 2020
The Next Health-Care Crisis? The Patients Who Have Been Waiting Out COVID-19 Judy Illes, CM Huffington Post May 15, 2020
French social media law is another coronavirus blow to freedom of speech Heidi Tworek Forbes May 14, 2020
ACE2 variation may affect spike protein binding William Gibson The Naked Scientists May 14, 2020
Kenney says China must face ‘great reckoning’ for early handling of COVID-19 Paul Evans Globe & Mail May 14, 2020
Over two weeks after launch, Ottawa's wage subsidy failing to attract businesses as expected Kevin Milligan National Post May 14, 2020
COVID-19: B.C. research focuses on managing immune response in critically ill patients Cheryl Wellington Vancouver Sun May 13, 2020
Will fish boom amid pandemic-driven fishing bust? Daniel Pauly Mongabay May 13, 2020
'It's a very strong tool': First test to detect COVID-19 antibodies approved in Canada Horacio Bach CTV News May 13, 2020
How quickly should I wash my hands after touching a surface infected with COVID-19? Tom Koch Ken Denike News 1130 May 13, 2020
Is COVID-19 a chance to make homelessness a ‘one-time occurrence’? Penny Gurstein Cabin Radio May 12, 2020
B.C.’s reopening plan assumes people will make good choices. Will they? Azim Shariff Huffington Post May 12, 2020
The coronavirus reveals the necessity of Canada’s migrant workers Bethany Hastie The Conversation May 12, 2020
Beach bummer: novel coronavirus can live in water, but is it infectious? Curtis Suttle CTV News May 12, 2020
Pandemic offers once-in-a-generation chance to overhaul elective surgery model, doctors say Jason Sutherland CTV News May 12, 2020
When and how will the COVID-19 pandemic end? Tom Koch CTV News May 12, 2020
B.C.’s Reopening Plan Assumes People Will Make Good Choices. Will They? Azim Shariff Huffington Post May 12, 2020
COVID-19: YVR begins layoff in response to forecast massive drop in air travel this year Tae Hoon Oum Vancouver Sun May 12, 2020
Should you wear jewelry during COVID-19? Experts weigh in Harvey Lui Yahoo May 12, 2020
How B.C. aggressively 'flattened' its curve Eric Li, Tom Koch Kenneth Fung Macleans May 11, 2020
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Facing the greatest economic crisis since the Great Depression Yves Tiberghien East Asia Forum May 11, 2020
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Here are the COVID-19 questions to ask before you let your kids visit their grandparents Roger Wong The Star May 11, 2020
Your daily commute won't ever be the same Lawrence Frank National Geographic May 11, 2020
Blood clots are mysteriously tied to many coronavirus problems Agnes Lee Scientific American May 11, 2020
COVID-19: Parks and beaches busy as Vancouverites soaked up the sun this weekend Azim Shariff National Post May 11, 2020
COVID-19 survivors: The long road of rehab Skye Barbic Ottawa Citizen May 11, 2020
How to support seniors during the novel coronavirus pandemic Roger Wong CKNW May 11, 2020
Get in Motion helps people with physical challenges Kathleen Martin Ginis Castanet May 10, 2020
Keeping our strength in science is vital to Canada’s recovery Alejandro Adem The Province May 10, 2020
Vancouver’s long-term care homes test for variety of symptoms for COVID-19 Roger Wong Canadian Press / Globe & Mail May 10, 2020
COVID-19 and the impact on animals Victoria Shroff Georgia Straight May 10, 2020
Vancouver's Dressew one of many small businesses thrust into 21st century by COVID-19 Marc-David Seidel CBC May 10, 2020
Our cities may never look the same again after the pandemic Jordi Honey-Rosés CNN May 9, 2020
B.C.'s student-teachers showing their ingenuity during current practicums Marianne McTavish News 1130 May 8, 2020
Is ‘speaking moistly’ spreading COVID-19? Bryan Gick Research2Reality May 8, 2020
COVID-19: Tracking individuals vs privacy: delicate balance Peter Phillips CBC Radio Canada May 8, 2020
Unemployment numbers for April Kevin Milligan Global News May 8, 2020
How to support seniors during the novel coronavirus pandemic Roger Wong CTV News May 7, 2020
Tough decisions ahead as British Columbians consider bigger social bubbles Judy Illes, CM CTV News May 7, 2020
Canada stays quiet as China’s handling of COVID-19 comes under scrutiny Paul Evans The Star May 7, 2020
COVID-19: Remote health care access may reduce challenges for men seeking help John Oliffe Georgia Straight May 7, 2020
Lab-grown mini human organs may play key role in coronavirus drug development: Scientists Josef Penninger Times of India May 7, 2020
our COVID-19 questions answered Michael Curry CBC May 7, 2020
Climate change isn’t pausing for the pandemic Janis Sarra Canadian Underwriter May 7, 2020
If you are having strange dreams, blame the pandemic Stanley Coren London Free Press May 7, 2020
Researchers explore whether human poop can help track COVID-19, and curb a second wave Natalie Prystajecky CBC The Current May 6, 2020
Arts Club theatre being turned into 'field hospital' for new COVID-19 equipment Christopher Nguan Vancouver Sun May 6, 2020
COVID-19: B.C. will study causes of 'excess deaths' that were not directly blamed on coronavirus Michael Curry Vancouver Sun May 6, 2020
Celebrate Mother’s Day with global feminist solidarity Farah Shroff The Conversation May 6, 2020
‘One size does not fit all.’ YKDFN continues to build housing strategy UBC Housing Research Collaborative Cabin Radio May 6, 2020
More domestic travel, sustainable tourism: What flying post-pandemic could look like David Gillen CBC The Current May 6, 2020
Queer Canadians ‘particularly vulnerable’ to effects of COVID-19 Elizabeth Saewyc The Tyee May 6, 2020
Getting Kids to Move More Ali McManus New York Times May 6, 2020
Pandemic may lead women to neglect their reproductive health care Lori Brotto CBC May 5, 2020
Canada is dealing with the coronavirus far better than the US, which has 30% more deaths per capita. Here's why Peter Berman Business Insider May 5, 2020
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Coronavirus: Governments’ recovery plans should take ‘green route,’ study says Kathryn Harrison Global News May 5, 2020
New Normal: Rear-facing seats could be the future of air travel Tae Hoon Oum CTV News May 5, 2020
Your COVID-19 questions answered Michael Curry CBC May 5, 2020
'Close to zero’: Why you shouldn't worry about catching COVID-19 from meat Siyun Wang National Post May 5, 2020
B.C.'s road to recovery: No easy road back for Canadian exporters Werner Antweiler Business in Vancouver May 5, 2020
Get outside! Urge B.C. health officials. So why are parks closed? Matilda van den Bosch The Tyee May 5, 2020
Extroverts are faring surprisingly well in lockdown Elizabeth Dunn Washington Post May 5, 2020
Provinces must give emotional support to returning students: education advocates Shimi Kang Canadian Press/CBC May 4, 2020
Seeking COVID-19 treatment: Vancouver-based biotech company gets $175M in federal funding Carl Hansen CTV News May 4, 2020
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B.C. to relax COVID-19 rules later than most other provinces — but it had fewer to begin with Daniel Coombs Mohsen Sadatsafavi CBC May 4, 2020
B.C. wildfire season faces new challenge in COVID-19 pandemic Lori Daniels Huffington Post May 4, 2020
Canada’s wildfire season expected to be ‘well above average’: Natural Resources Canada Sarah Henderson Global News May 4, 2020
Mental health support program for B.C. doctors gets boost during pandemic Lakshmi Yatham CTV News May 4, 2020
COVID-19 and seniors: Advice, insight and ideas from faculty on the frontlines Roger Wong Global News Radio May 4, 2020
How Canadian runners are staying safe and fit during coronavirus pandemic Chris Napier Huffington Post May 4, 2020
COVID-19 slowed down Vancouver real estate sales, but not its prices Paul Kershaw Yahoo May 4, 2020
More than food banks are needed to feed the hungry during the coronavirus pandemic Jennifer Black The Conversation May 4, 2020
A doctor's advice for how to get the most out of your virtual health appointment Melissa Lem CBC May 4, 2020
Hacking the virus: Eight University Of British Columbia grads step up to supply the COVID-19 shortage Roger Tam Forbes May 4, 2020
Seniors still hardest hit by COVID-19 pandemic Jennifer Baumbusch Toronto Sun May 3, 2020
After the COVID-19 crisis ends, what does our 'new normal' look like? Steven Taylor National Post May 2, 2020
Free mental health resource for British Columbians launches amid COVID-19 Lesley Lutes Aldergrove Star May 2, 2020
'Invasion of privacy': Watchdogs concerned about apps tracking COVID-19 patients Peter Phillips National Post May 2, 2020
What about the next pandemic? Coronavirus offers lessons for the future Tom Koch Reza Afshari, Ken Denike Global News May 2, 2020
Research universities recognize unique responsibility to fight spread of pandemic Santa Ono Vancouver Sun May 1, 2020
Alberta’s COVID-19 crisis is a migrant-worker crisis, too Bronwyn Bragg Globe & Mail May 1, 2020
Trump is pushing theory that coronavirus came from Wuhan lab. Experts say it’s ‘foolish’ Jeffrey Joy Global News May 1, 2020
How artificial intelligence, Amazon and UBC are working together to chart coronavirus treatment Savvas Nicolaou William Parker CTV News May 1, 2020
Is digital contact tracing a real hope or a dangerous distraction? Mark Warren National Observer May 1, 2020
Two medical systems, two pandemic responses Peter Berman New York Times May 1, 2020
More equitable housing post-COVID-19 needed Penny Gurstein iheart radio April 30, 2020
The 'woman’s work' of the pandemic Sinikka Elliott Vox April 30, 2020
Whether it's Ebola or COVID-19, Vancouver street nurse Meaghan Thumath feels at home helping the less fortunate Meaghan Thumath Georgia Straight April 30, 2020
Manitoba reopening plans could be pandemic 'trendsetter' across continent, infectious disease expert says Daniel Coombs CBC April 30, 2020
How COVID-19 might affect food supply James Vercammen Global News April 30, 2020
Gas prices likely to see more ups, downs before pandemic is over Werner Antweiler Vancouver Sun April 30, 2020
Race Matters in a Pandemic, But We’re Not Gathering Basic Data Farah Shroff John Paul Catungal, Andy Yan The Tyee April 30, 2020
Prof urges B.C. to collect data on race, ethnicity to better understand COVID-19 impacts J.P. Catungal Global News April 30, 2020
Some parents are ditching their child's homeschool lessons, and experts say that's OK Guofang Li, CTV News April 30, 2020
COVID-19 vaccine: Will Canadians take one when it's available? Horacio Bach, Jeffrey Joy Yahoo April 30, 2020
Canada can borrow its way out of $250-billion deficit: economist Kevin Milligan News 1130 April 30, 2020
Pandemic gives public a glimpse into everyday lives of people with OCD S. Evelyn Stewart CTV News April 29, 2020
Canadians would offer personal information to help trace COVID-19 contacts, Trudeau says Peter Phillips The Star April 29, 2020
Serious kidney injury appearing in critical COVID-19 patients: doctor Adeera Levin News 1130 April 29, 2020
Vancouver researchers lead international study to help predict presence of coronavirus Savvas Nicolaou, Kendall Ho William Parker Daily Hive April 29, 2020
How the coronavirus pandemic has disrupted the global mining industry John Steen The Conversation April 29, 2020
Recovered coronavirus patients sometimes beset by complications James Russell Stephen Hoption Cann Vancouver Sun April 29, 2020
Sports media battles to keep fans' attention during COVID-19 shutdown Aziz Rajwani Vancouver Sun April 29, 2020
Our Diets Are Changing Because of the Coronavirus Pandemic. Is It for the Better? Sinikka Elliott Time April 28, 2020
The US Reopening Is Coming, but 'Normal' Is Still a Ways Off Steven Taylor New York Times (subscription) April 28, 2020
Top doc pops notions of 'bubble' model Richard Lester Winnipeg Free Press April 28, 2020
Domestic violence organizations prepare for possible surge due to COVID-19 isolation Wendy Carr CBC April 28, 2020
How coronavirus affects women’s health care: ‘You can’t do a Pap smear over the internet’ Deborah Money Global News April 28, 2020
Ex-Harper government legal adviser warns on 'two simultaneous public health emergencies' Benjamin Perrin BNN Bloomberg April 28, 2020
In our new COVID-19 world, what will the new normal be? Patrick Condon Huffington Post April 28, 2020
COVID-19: As Canada seeks to ramp up virus testing, B.C. argues it's getting tests to everybody who needs one Daniel Coombs Vancouver Sun April 28, 2020
'Allostatic load' is the psychological reason for our pandemic brain fog Nancy Sin Vice April 27, 2020
Individualistic mindset of West comes through in protests against COVID measures Maxwell A. Cameron Canadian Press April 27, 2020
The fun will come last: Reopening Canada is gonna suck Tom Koch Vice (Canada) April 27, 2020
Time for human resource sector review Rebecca Paluch Business in Vancouver April 27, 2020
Viral brain attack: Neurologic manifestations of COVID-19 Robert Carruthers Forbes April 27, 2020
The pleasure and peril of snitching on your neighbours during a pandemic Kate White Martin Schulz CBC April 26, 2020
COVID-19 — a tragedy and renaissance: Is it too much to hope for more humility and continued generosity? John Helliwell Vancouver Sun April 25, 2020
Pentagon is using AI to predict where panic buying will strike during the coronavirus pandemic, allowing retailers to stock up on essential items before they run out Steven Taylor Daily Mail April 24, 2020
What quarantine and self-isolation is doing to your mental health Maureen Whittal Regina Leader Post April 24, 2020
'Idiocy of our current urban systems': inequality, not high-density cities, to blame for COVID-19's spread Patrick Condon CBC Spark April 24, 2020
Advocates raise alarm as countries fail to collect racial data of coronavirus patients Farah Shroff WWUF FM April 24, 2020
Here's why it's important to collect data on marginalized people Farah Shroff Global News 980 CKNW: The Jill Bennett Show April 24, 2020
Educating during a pandemic Marina Milner-Bolotin Hartley Banack Pique April 24, 2020
COVID-19: More mental-health, crisis intervention, and nutrition resources for B.C. children and youth Kimberly Schonert-Reichl Georgia Straight April 24, 2020
Vancouver radiologists and UBC students build database of COVID-19-affected lung images Kendall Ho William Parker Vancouver Sun April 24, 2020
Calls for COVID-19 racial data worldwide Farah Shroff Public Radio International April 23, 2020
How Canada’s crucial data gaps are hindering the coronavirus pandemic response Kevin Milligan Globe & Mail April 23, 2020
Three ways to make coronavirus drugs in a hurry Josef Penninger Scientific American April 23, 2020
For B.C. real estate, will COVID-19 bring down the house? Tom Davidoff BC Business April 23, 2020
About 20% of people in recent survey said they wouldn't take COVID-19 vaccine Steven Taylor CBC April 23, 2020
WorkSafeBC says 237 people have filed claims about contracting COVID-19 at work Christopher McLeod Globe & Mail April 23, 2020
B.C. wildfire smoke likely to increase coronavirus death rates, experts warn Michael Brauer Sarah Henderson The Narwhal April 23, 2020
Canada’s housing system is cracking under the crisis Kevin Milligan The Tyee April 23, 2020
Better late than never? What to expect from COVID-19 modelling —​​​​​​​ if Manitoba ever reveals it Daniel Coombs CBC April 23, 2020
New research to better diagnose COVID-19 Savvas Nicolaou April 22, 2020
How Food Banks Prop up a Broken System Graham Riches The Tyee April 22, 2020
How teachers can help students being abused at home during COVID-19 Wendy Carr CTV April 22, 2020
The Search for a COVID-19 Treatment Srinivas Murthy The Tyee April 22, 2020
Designing the future of PPE Payman Servati The Tyee April 21, 2020
Politicians appeal to our sense of fairness in the battle against COVID-19 Maxwell A. Cameron, Judy Illes, CM The Conversation April 21, 2020
Sex in the Time of Coronavirus Lori Brotto Wall Street Journal April 19, 2020
Injection of 'decoy proteins' could stop the coronavirus infecting cells within the body, scientists say Josef Penninger Daily Mail April 17, 2020
Exclusive: Amazon Is Powering The Coronavirus Diagnostics Of The Future Savvas Nicolaou Forbes April 13, 2020
John Izzo: Men and COVID-19: The hidden story John Izzo Vancouver Sun April 11, 2020
In Outbreaks Some Health Workers Bolt. How BC Is Trying to Prevent It Judy Illes, CM The Tyee April 9, 2020
How to Make Decisions in a Pandemic Rana Ahmed The Tyee April 8, 2020
COVID-19: Prepare for Care-Rationing—Know Your Hospital Policies Judy Illes, CM Neurology Today April 8, 2020
Canada's 'colourblind' coronavirus data could leave officials blind to racial inequities Farah Shroff City News/News 1130 April 7, 2020
Denying the reality of the coronavirus has made it more dangerous for everyone Steven Taylor NBC April 5, 2020
For some Canadians, this is the second half of the coronavirus battle. With family overseas, they’ve lived it for months Yue Qian The Star April 5, 2020
Benjamin Perrin and Jordan Westfall: A perfect storm — COVID-19 and the opioid crisis Benjamin Perrin Vancouver Sun April 5, 2020
‘A sinking feeling’: Canadian experts on when coronavirus first felt like a serious risk Tom Koch, Horacio Bach Global News April 4, 2020
Coronavirus: How environmental destruction influences the emergence of pandemics Craig Steven & Chelsea Himsworth Global News April 4, 2020
Canada won’t retaliate against U.S. ban on medical supplies exports: PM Werner Antweiler The Globe and Mail April 4, 2020
What is the end game? Ontario's stark modelling forecast could help Canadians cope with COVID-19 Judy Illes, CM National Poat April 4, 2020
Researchers look at humidity as a weapon in the fight against airborne viruses National Post April 3, 2020
Next 'critical' two weeks will reveal whether B.C.'s distancing measures are working: experts Daniel Coombs Vancouver Sun April 3, 2020
The power and danger of our new top question: How are you? Anita DeLongis The Globe and Mail April 3, 2020
Experts lend credence to concerns that China played down COVID-19 impacts Wenran Jiang The Globe and Mail April 3, 2020
COVID-19 treatments? B.C scientists are hot on the case Artem Cherkasov The Tyee April 2, 2020
Models show how to ease back into normal life after pandemic Guy Dumont CTV April 2, 2020
'There could be a rapid bounce back': Experts believe economy can recover fast after pandemic James Brander & Mark Thompson CityNews April 1, 2020
Canadian cities: less traffic means less pollution Michael Brauer The Star April 1, 2020
Educators, parents face a new challenge: how do you teach children online? Marina Milner-Bolotin The Star April 1, 2020
About COVID-19 Charts Werner Antweiler April 1, 2020
How to Use Communication as a Medical Intervention Heidi Tworek German Marshall Fund of the United States April 1, 2020
Air pollution eases in 4 Canadian cities as pandemic measures keep people home Michael Brauer CBC April 1, 2020
COVID-19 and the crisis in corrections Debra Parkes Vancouver Sun April 1, 2020
The fear of coronavirus is changing our psychology Mark Schaller BBC April 1, 2020
COVID-19: Policy design for stable population recovery Guy Dumont, Greg Stewart, Klaske van Heusden Peter Wall Institute for Advanced Studies March 31, 2020
What is a ventilator and who gets one if COVID-19 turns catastrophic in Canada? Srinivas Murthy CBC March 31, 2020
Wildfire service, researchers warn of dangers of smoke during coronavirus pandemic Michael Brauer, Christopher Carlsten Sarah Henderson CTV News March 31, 2020
With COVID-19 testing criteria restricted in Canada, can we be sure we are flattening the curve? Peter Phillips The National Post March 31, 2020
The worst time for food banks to raise barriers to food Jennifer Black The Province March 30, 2020
How safe is takeout? Siyun Wang CTV News March 29, 2020
Health system races to make contingency plans as front-line workers are sidelined by coronavirus Roger Wong The Globe and Mail March 29, 2020
‘Tiny acts of solidarity’ are bridging our social distance. Can they last? Amy Hanser The Star March 29, 2020
COVID-19: B.C. burning ban aims to improve air quality, reduce impact of virus Werner Antweiler, Christopher Carlsten Vancouver Sun March 28, 2020
'I'm phobic of debt': Small business owners not in love with federal government's emergency loans Werner Antweiler CBC March 28, 2020
65% of reported COVID-19 cases in Canada related to community transmission: latest data Steven Hoption Cann Global News March 28, 2020
65% of reported COVID-19 cases in Canada related to community transmission: latest data Stephen A. Hoption Cann Global News March 28, 2020
The road ahead: After the lockdown, the question confronting the government will be how to rebuild the economy Kevin Milligan The Globe and Mail March 28, 2020
What the new 75% wage subsidy means for B.C. businesses Mark Thompson Business in Vancouver March 27, 2020
COVID-19: B.C. bans resale of hoarded items, ramps up health order enforcement Alexandra Flynn Vancouver Sun March 27, 2020
To help flatten the curve, let’s clean our air Christopher Carlsten, Michael Brauer Sarah Henderson The Globe and Mail March 27, 2020
Indigenous communities and COVID-19: The virus may not discriminate, but responses to it do Dallas Hunt The Globe and Mail March 27, 2020
Skye Barbic and Catherine Backman: Staying happy while staying home: Lessons from occupational therapy Skye Barbic & Catherine Backman The Province March 27, 2020
How to survive pandemic reentry Steven Taylor The Atlantic March 27, 2020
How to survive pandemic reentry Steven Taylor The Atlantic March 27, 2020
Mobilizing scientists in the COVID 19 fight, riding the COVID wave Nancy Sin CBC Radio - Quirks and Quarks March 27, 2020
How safe is takeout? Siyun Wang CTV National March 27, 2020
Symptomatic Canadians arriving home from abroad cannot take taxis, ride-sharing cars or public transit home Patrick Condon The Globe and Mail March 27, 2020
How an Edmonton curling tournament became a hotspot for the COVID-19 outbreak in Canada Tom Koch National Post March 27, 2020
Tiny virus, big picture Patrick Condon The Tyee March 27, 2020
Researchers balancing scientific rigour with speed to find COVID-19 treatment Srinivas Murthy CTV News March 26, 2020
COVID-19 a ‘double whammy’ for at-risk people with existing health conditions Ingrid Söchting Huffington Post March 26, 2020
Is It safe to take public transit during the coronavirus pandemic? Kay Teschke Huffington Post March 26, 2020
Canadian hospitals to start enrolling patients in global COVID-19 drug trials Srinivas Murthy The Star March 26, 2020
Can Empathy Help Beat a Pandemic? Nancy Sin, Anita DeLongis The Tyee March 26, 2020
It takes a whole world to create a new virus, not just China Luke Bergmann The Guardian March 25, 2020
Why historians (sort of) love pandemics Timothy Brook Newsweek March 25, 2020
COVID-19: Job losses mount in B.C. as coronavirus pandemic wreaks economic havoc Werner Antweiler Vancouver Sun March 25, 2020
Coronavirus is reshaping the way we get around cities Lawrence Frank The Globe and Mail March 25, 2020
Western Canada: Heed the coronavirus lesson to be learned about gatherings from a B.C. dental conference Tom Koch The Globe and Mail March 25, 2020
COVID-19: Next few weeks 'very, very difficult,' but Italy-type numbers not expected here: officials Daniel Coombs Vancouver Sun March 25, 2020
The Virus Is Causing a Rethink of Big Academic Conferences Simon Donner The Tyee March 25, 2020
Joanna Cheek: We must pace ourselves for the mental health marathon ahead Joanna Cheek The Province March 24, 2020
Covid-19 Poses a Heightened Threat in Jails and Prisons Katherine McLeod Wired March 24, 2020
Fading Print? Some publications facing challenges in wake of COVID-19 pandemic Alfred Hermida CityNews March 24, 2020
Canadians ignoring COVID-19 orders should face consequences, be fined: doctor Peter Phillips Global News March 24, 2020
COVID-19 B.C. aid package details Kevin Milligan Global News March 24, 2020
COVID-19 on surfaces: UBC expert on safety of deliveries, groceries Siyun Wang Global News March 24, 2020
Yes, COVID-19 is an economic crisis. But more important, it’s a public health emergency James Brander BC Business March 24, 2020
Five Things to Know about Life with Closed Schools Cay Holbrook The Tyee March 24, 2020
Healthcare workers in Canada 'mentally prepare' for coronavirus Steven Taylor Al Jazeera March 23, 2020
Treatment for COVID-19: UBC professor among researchers looking for ways to help Srinivas Murthy CTV News March 23, 2020
Treatment for COVID-19: UBC professor among researchers looking for ways to help Srinivas Murthy CTV News March 23, 2020
Stressed about coronavirus? These UBC researchers want to hear from you Nancy Sin, Anita DeLongis CBC March 23, 2020
Rent freezes, eviction deferrals needed amid coronavirus fallout: experts Thomas Davidoff Global News March 23, 2020
Coronavirus: Will Canadians see more wildlife in their backyards as people self-isolate? Adam Ford Global News March 23, 2020
Spread of coronavirus puts squeeze on flow of freight Werner Antweiler Business in Vancouver March 23, 2020
How the Pandemic Is Already Slamming Women’s Shelters and Transition Houses Marina Adshade The Tyee March 23, 2020
Emergency sitting of B.C. legislature to be ‘completely different' Richard Johnston The Globe and Mail March 22, 2020
COVID-19: Labour and delivery during a health care crisis Deborah Money Vancouver Sun March 22, 2020
Why we hoard: Fear at root of panic-buying, psychologists say Steven Taylor The San Diego Union-Tribune March 21, 2020
Multigenerational households face unique challenges in battling spread of coronavirus Roger Wong The Globe and Mail March 21, 2020
Coronavirus: how Asian countries acted while the west dithered Steven Taylor The Guardian March 21, 2020
Supermarkets limit product quantities all the time. Why didn't they do so at start of pandemic? Steven Taylor CBC March 21, 2020
How the coronavirus took North Vancouver’s Lynn Valley Care Centre Roger Wong The Globe and Mail March 21, 2020
B.C. health officials not providing basic data on COVID-19 testing Linda Jando TriCity News March 21, 2020
Canadian companies begin laying off thousands of employees in first wave of pandemic job losses Kevin Milligan The Globe and Mail March 20, 2020
Many in BC Don’t Have Family Doctors. That’s Not Too Big a Deal Right Now Rita McCracken The Tyee March 20, 2020
Desperate Airlines Await Bailout; Air Canada Lays Off 5,000 Tae Hoon Oum Financial Post March 20, 2020
What the world's happiest country can teach us about surviving the coronavirus crisis John Helliwell The Huffington Post March 20, 2020
UBC study to look at how people cope with coronavirus outbreak Nancy Sin, Anita DeLongis Global News March 20, 2020
What does school look like without the classroom? E. Wayne Ross The Globe and Mail March 20, 2020
As COVID-19 crisis sweeps across Canada, not every part of the country has reacted the same Steven Taylor National Post March 20, 2020
Canada’s ready – and able – to spend in this crisis, so long as it winds down once this passes The Globe and Mail March 20, 2020
Ventilators will be crucial to saving people’s lives, but Ottawa won’t say how many Canada needs as COVID-19 continues to spread Srinivas Murthy The Star March 19, 2020
Key federal aid programs for business Kin Lo Business in Vancouver March 19, 2020
Can a Canadian still get home? What closing the U.S. border over COVID-19 means for you and your family Tom Koch The Star March 19, 2020
How Women Will Bear the Brunt of This Pandemic Marina Adshade The Tyee March 19, 2020
Managing fears crucial in Korea's COVID-19 fight Steven Taylor Korea Times March 19, 2020
How condo and apartment buildings are encouraging social distancing Yue Qian The Globe and Mail March 19, 2020
Trudeau opts for speed over perfection as new programs approved to help Canadians affected by coronavirus Kevin Milligan The Globe and Mail March 19, 2020
No concrete evidence ibuprofen makes COVID-19 worse: Canadian health experts Mahyar Etminan The Globe and Mail March 19, 2020
Skin care with frequent COVID-19 hand-washing: Tips by Vancouver dermatologist Katie Beleznay Katie Beleznay The Georgia Straight March 19, 2020
What Do You Tell Someone Who Still Won’t Stay Home? Steven Taylor The Atlantic March 19, 2020
War on Plastic Takes a Back Seat in Coronavirus Crisis Kate White Wall Street Journal March 19, 2020
Got questions about physical distancing? Here's what you need to know Stephen Hoption-Cann CBC March 18, 2020
Younger adults make up big portion of coronavirus hospitalizations in U.S. Christopher Carlsten The New York Times March 18, 2020
Why are people hoarding toilet paper during the coronavirus pandemic? Steven Taylor The Seattle Times March 18, 2020
Ethical consumerism important through the COVID-19 pandemic: expert Eric Li Kelowna Capital News March 18, 2020
The evolution of hand-washing, explained by a historian Peter Ward Vox March 17, 2020
Biotech Company Uses Machine Learning to Find Coronavirus Therapies Carl Hansen The Wall Street Journal March 17, 2020
COVID-19 is crushing the economy. Here’s how Ottawa might help you Kevin Milligan The Star March 17, 2020
The data-driven pandemic: Information sharing with COVID-19 is 'unprecedented' CBC March 17, 2020
The border is closing to ‘non-essential’ travel. These Americans made it over just in time Tom Koch The Star March 17, 2020
UBC journalism prof Alfred Hermida gives Canadians high marks for social-media response to novel coronavirus Alfred Hermida The Georgia Straight March 17, 2020
Children and Coronavirus: Research Finds Some Become Seriously Ill Srinivas Murthy The New York Times March 17, 2020
'Everything is a black hold': Mounting dread in the age of coronavirus Steven Taylor The New York Times March 16, 2020
No toilet paper, no problem: Maybe it's time to try the bidet David Hardisty CBC March 16, 2020
Keep your distance: What social distancing means, and why you're being asked to do it Annalee Yassi CBC March 15, 2020
For Morneau, the COVID-19 pandemic is not the time to be timid Kevin Milligan The Globe and Mail March 15, 2020
Stockpiling Toilet Paper During COVID-19 Pandemic Isn't Necessary: Experts James Brander Huffington Post March 14, 2020
Trying to ward off the coronavirus? What products help and what may be a waste of money Jocelyn Srigley CBC March 14, 2020
Like the flu? Trump's coronavirus messaging confuses public, pandemic researchers say Steven Taylor Reuters March 13, 2020
How to talk to kids about the novel coronavirus without scaring them Steven Taylor Global News March 13, 2020
Blame China? Outbreak orientalism, from the plague to coronavirus Timothy Brook The Globe and Mail February 13, 2020