If Manitoba intends to vaccinate everyone aged 16 and older this calendar year, the province must be able to dole out 6,200 to 7,000 vaccine doses per day. It’s only doling out 1,000 a day right now, but that barely matters while vaccine quantities are low.
Because seniors who live alone might not be as visible as those in long-term care facilities, one retired nurse worries they aren't getting the same degree of attention in Manitoba's vaccination rollout plan.
A CBC Marketplace investigation revealed some personal protective equipment used throughout Manitoba’s health care system has connections to overseas factories accused of forced labour practices.
Priti Mehta-Shah, a chartered accountant and past chair of the Women’s Enterprise Centre of Manitoba, and Lourdes Still, owner of Masagana Flower Farm, say there are differences between men and women when it comes to financing a business.