The 2002-2004 SARS epidemic around the world left behind many lessons for us to look back on in this COVID-19 pandemic. Here are some stories from SARS in Toronto survivors.
In 1918, two Canadian brothers serving in World War I sent letters back and forth with friends and family. Some of those letters have been preserved, telling the story of how one of them died from Spanish Influenza.
We bring you up to date with a couple of previous news items we blogged about last year, and we present you with an undercover investigation by CBC-Radio Canada about the anti-vaccine movement.