A native of Windsor, Ontario, Ian Austen was educated in Toronto and currently lives in Ottawa. He has reported for The Times about Canada for more than a decade.
Although Canada is having its third wave, talk has resumed in the United States about what it will take to reopen the border between the two.
By Ian Austen
Millions of doses of Johnson & Johnson’s Covid-19 vaccine produced by Emergent BioSolutions have been held back in Europe, South Africa and Canada as a precaution.
By Chris Hamby, Sharon LaFraniere and Sheryl Gay Stolberg
Clinical trials showed that the vaccine, codeveloped with BioNTech, was safe for 12- to 15-year-olds, Canada’s regulatory agency said.
By Ian Austen, Austin Ramzy, Isabella Kwai and Yan Zhuang
The step was taken after Health Canada learned that an active ingredient was made in a Baltimore plant with contamination problems.
While sentencing a Vancouver man for running an illicit nightclub, a judge compared his actions to that of a fentanyl dealer’s.
Faced with the task of turning around a nearly bankrupt supermarket chain, he made private-label merchandise fashionable.
This was featured in live coverage.
By Sheryl Gay Stolberg and Ian Austen
Canada is the only G7 nation whose greenhouse gas emissions have increased since the Paris Agreement. The main reason: its oil sands.
By Ian Austen and Christopher Flavelle
Most marijuana producers in Canada are still reporting staggering losses two and a half years after legalization.
Canada has inched ahead of the United States in new daily coronavirus cases per capita, and officials warned that worse is to come.