A September protest in Montreal against measures to help curb the spread of COVID-19. The Quebec government announced plans this week to tax the unvaccinated. (Graham Hughes/CP)

Quebec isn’t the only one targeting the unvaxxed. But is it moral?

Taxes and fines cross a red line, taking us down a road that one ethicist warns ’will do tremendous damage to our society’
Demonstrators shout as Justin Trudeau, Canada's prime minister, arrives to campaign stop in Nobleton, Ontario, Canada, on Friday, Aug. 27, 2021. Trudeaus campaign rally in Bolton, Ontario, was canceled over security concerns amid protests. (Cole Burston/Bloomberg/Getty Images)

Dogging Trudeau is a dead end for anti-vaxxers

Election Image of the Day: By disrupting the Liberal leader’s event, they raise a question: what credible Canadian politician wants any part of them and their foul-mouthed crusade?
A scene from a protest against a lock down due to the coronavirus in Vancouver on May 10, 2020 (Jen Osborne)

How anti-vaxxers could disrupt the cure for the COVID-19 pandemic

A COVID-19 vaccine will become the most valued resource on the planet, as governments try to get enough for their citizens. But it would all be for naught if they’re unable to convince people to take it when the time comes.

Doctors warn against ‘vaccine alternatives’ for children

Beware homeopathic nosodes, which aren’t the same as a vaccine