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Ontario premier and education minister to make announcement amid COVID-19 pandemic

Ontario Premier Doug Ford and Education Minister Stephen Lecce are set to make an announcement this afternoon as students across the province begin e-learning during the COVID-19 closure.
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Ontario premier and education minister to make announcement amid COVID-19 pandemic

Ontario Premier Doug Ford and Education Minister Stephen Lecce are set to make an announcement this afternoon as students across the province begin e-learning during the COVID-19 closure.

Outbreak of 'mask wars' risks setback for war against coronavirus

The cutthroat tactics of the 'mask wars' risk making the COVID-19 crisis worse for everyone. The selfishness isn’t a surprise under the circumstances, but the apparent desperation of some of the wealthiest countries on Earth is.
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Outbreak of 'mask wars' risks setback for war against coronavirus

The cutthroat tactics of the 'mask wars' risk making the COVID-19 crisis worse for everyone. The selfishness isn’t a surprise under the circumstances, but the apparent desperation of some of the wealthiest countries on Earth is.

'Giving us the full understanding of what's happening': Applause for ASL interpreters amid pandemic

Amid the daily coronavirus briefings by multiple levels of government across Canada, a new public service figure is stepping into the spotlight — the sign language interpreter.
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'Giving us the full understanding of what's happening': Applause for ASL interpreters amid pandemic

Amid the daily coronavirus briefings by multiple levels of government across Canada, a new public service figure is stepping into the spotlight — the sign language interpreter.

Inflation's return would up-end consumer and market strategies: Don Pittis

Some economists warn that among the many destabilizing effects of the COVID-19 crisis could be the end of more than a decade of low inflation.
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Inflation's return would up-end consumer and market strategies: Don Pittis

Some economists warn that among the many destabilizing effects of the COVID-19 crisis could be the end of more than a decade of low inflation.

'There's the bush': Truckers face challenges finding bathrooms, meals

Long-haul truckers are delivering essentials to keep Canadians in food and supplies during the COVID-19 crisis, but many have found it hard to get a meal or a bathroom themselves along their route. As news of their plight spreads, however, Canadians are stepp
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'There's the bush': Truckers face challenges finding bathrooms, meals

Long-haul truckers are delivering essentials to keep Canadians in food and supplies during the COVID-19 crisis, but many have found it hard to get a meal or a bathroom themselves along their route. As news of their plight spreads, however, Canadians are stepping up.

Federal COVID-19 benefits program portal opens today: Here's how to apply

The federal government opens a web portal Monday where Canadians out of work due to the COVID-19 crisis can apply for emergency income support benefits.
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Federal COVID-19 benefits program portal opens today: Here's how to apply

The federal government opens a web portal Monday where Canadians out of work due to the COVID-19 crisis can apply for emergency income support benefits.

Ontario issues another emergency alert on COVID-19, province confirms 27 new deaths

The Ontario government has issued another province-wide emergency alert after public health officials confirmed 27 more deaths related to COVID-19 and 375 new cases of the virus on Saturday.
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Ontario issues another emergency alert on COVID-19, province confirms 27 new deaths

The Ontario government has issued another province-wide emergency alert after public health officials confirmed 27 more deaths related to COVID-19 and 375 new cases of the virus on Saturday.

Canadians aboard COVID-19 stricken cruise ship to start coming home today

The Coral Princess arrived in Miami Saturday with 97 Canadian passengers and two Canadian crew members aboard, and Princess Cruises said disembarkation of guests who are fit to fly would begin Sunday.
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Canadians aboard COVID-19 stricken cruise ship to start coming home today

The Coral Princess arrived in Miami Saturday with 97 Canadian passengers and two Canadian crew members aboard, and Princess Cruises said disembarkation of guests who are fit to fly would begin Sunday.

Anxiety grows in N.L. as 75 per cent of COVID-19 cases traced to funeral home

About 75 per cent of all known COVID-19 cases in Newfoundland and Labrador have been linked to three days' worth of activity at one funeral home in St. John's.
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Anxiety grows in N.L. as 75 per cent of COVID-19 cases traced to funeral home

About 75 per cent of all known COVID-19 cases in Newfoundland and Labrador have been linked to three days' worth of activity at one funeral home in St. John's.

COVID-19 adds extra anxiety as feds, provinces prepare for flood and wildfire season

The federal government and provinces are updating their contingency plans to tackle the upcoming spring flood and wildfire seasons as they also try to keep COVID-19 contained.
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COVID-19 adds extra anxiety as feds, provinces prepare for flood and wildfire season

The federal government and provinces are updating their contingency plans to tackle the upcoming spring flood and wildfire seasons as they also try to keep COVID-19 contained.

Why COVID-19 testing varies so much across Canada

If you just came back from an overseas trip with a fever and a cough, you'll be prioritized for a COVID-19 test in Manitoba and Nova Scotia, but not Alberta or Quebec. And some provinces are expanding who can get tests, as others narrow them. Why? And what do
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Why COVID-19 testing varies so much across Canada

If you just came back from an overseas trip with a fever and a cough, you'll be prioritized for a COVID-19 test in Manitoba and Nova Scotia, but not Alberta or Quebec. And some provinces are expanding who can get tests, as others narrow them. Why? And what does it mean for the accuracy of Canada's case numbers?

'There was no normal to come back to': Former Diamond Princess cruise passengers struggle with long isolation

The ship's 47 Canadian passengers had already been through a month of quarantine and isolation before returning home.
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'There was no normal to come back to': Former Diamond Princess cruise passengers struggle with long isolation

The ship's 47 Canadian passengers had already been through a month of quarantine and isolation before returning home.

Canada's top doctor says models are not 'crystal balls' as calls to release national projections grow

Canada’s Chief Public Health Officer Dr. Theresa Tam says models that attempt to predict how many people could become infected and die from the coronavirus are not “crystal balls,” and that it’s more important to focus on what is happening with the ou
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Canada's top doctor says models are not 'crystal balls' as calls to release national projections grow

Canada’s Chief Public Health Officer Dr. Theresa Tam says models that attempt to predict how many people could become infected and die from the coronavirus are not “crystal balls,” and that it’s more important to focus on what is happening with the outbreak in real time.

Coronavirus: What's happening in Canada and around the world on April 5

Faced with a White House-ordered ban on exports of key COVID-19 medical supplies to Canada and abroad, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is trying a more diplomatic approach with U.S. President Donald Trump, hoping to convince him such a ban will harm Americans a
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Coronavirus: What's happening in Canada and around the world on April 5

Faced with a White House-ordered ban on exports of key COVID-19 medical supplies to Canada and abroad, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is trying a more diplomatic approach with U.S. President Donald Trump, hoping to convince him such a ban will harm Americans and Canadians alike.

Two more COVID-19 deaths at Bobcaygeon, Ont. seniors' residence

Two more residents of a seniors' home in Bobcaygeon, Ont. have died as a result of COVID-19, bringing the death toll for the residence to 22.
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Two more COVID-19 deaths at Bobcaygeon, Ont. seniors' residence

Two more residents of a seniors' home in Bobcaygeon, Ont. have died as a result of COVID-19, bringing the death toll for the residence to 22.

Ontario to issue another emergency alert on COVID-19, province confirms 27 new deaths

Premier Doug Ford said that his government will issue another province-wide emergency alert Saturday afternoon after public health officials confirmed 27 more deaths related to COVID-19 and 375 new cases of the virus in Ontario.
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Ontario to issue another emergency alert on COVID-19, province confirms 27 new deaths

Premier Doug Ford said that his government will issue another province-wide emergency alert Saturday afternoon after public health officials confirmed 27 more deaths related to COVID-19 and 375 new cases of the virus in Ontario.

'Always new expenses': Lawsuits filed as anniversary of Broncos bus crash nears

It's been almost two years since the deadly Humboldt Broncos bus crash in Saskatchewan and with the solemn anniversary comes a closing legal window that has seen several lawsuits filed in court.
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'Always new expenses': Lawsuits filed as anniversary of Broncos bus crash nears

It's been almost two years since the deadly Humboldt Broncos bus crash in Saskatchewan and with the solemn anniversary comes a closing legal window that has seen several lawsuits filed in court.

The economy's on life support and Canadians need help now. What's the holdup?

As the COVID-19 caseload shows every sign of surging in Canada, the delivery of promised financial relief for people who've lost their jobs or closed their businesses remains maddeningly slow.
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The economy's on life support and Canadians need help now. What's the holdup?

As the COVID-19 caseload shows every sign of surging in Canada, the delivery of promised financial relief for people who've lost their jobs or closed their businesses remains maddeningly slow.

Feds to offer full-time work to all military reservists as part of COVID-19 response

The federal government is planning to offer full-time employment to all reservists in the Canadian Armed Forces until the end of the summer as it seeks to bolster the military's ranks and help offset some of the economic damage from COVID-19.
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Feds to offer full-time work to all military reservists as part of COVID-19 response

The federal government is planning to offer full-time employment to all reservists in the Canadian Armed Forces until the end of the summer as it seeks to bolster the military's ranks and help offset some of the economic damage from COVID-19.

More Ontario businesses, some construction sites will close amid COVID-19 pandemic

The Ontario government will be closing additional workplaces over the weekend and will be shutting down all non-critical industrial construction sites as the province works to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
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More Ontario businesses, some construction sites will close amid COVID-19 pandemic

The Ontario government will be closing additional workplaces over the weekend and will be shutting down all non-critical industrial construction sites as the province works to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

Ottawa residents aboard cruise struck by COVID-19 set to return home

A 'nightmare cruise' is ending for two Ottawa residents, who had been trapped aboard a ship for days after an outbreak of COVID-19 sickened and even killed passengers.
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Ottawa residents aboard cruise struck by COVID-19 set to return home

A 'nightmare cruise' is ending for two Ottawa residents, who had been trapped aboard a ship for days after an outbreak of COVID-19 sickened and even killed passengers.

Grassy Narrows signs deal with Ottawa on mercury poisoning treatment centre

The federal government has signed an agreement with Grassy Narrows First Nation that will see a long-promised treatment centre for residents with mercury poisoning finally built in the community.
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Grassy Narrows signs deal with Ottawa on mercury poisoning treatment centre

The federal government has signed an agreement with Grassy Narrows First Nation that will see a long-promised treatment centre for residents with mercury poisoning finally built in the community.

Some internationally trained doctors can apply for 30-day Ontario licence to fight COVID-19

International medical graduates who've passed their exams to practise in Canada, or have graduated from medical school in the past two years, can now apply for a temporary licence in Ontario to help fight COVID-19.
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Some internationally trained doctors can apply for 30-day Ontario licence to fight COVID-19

International medical graduates who've passed their exams to practise in Canada, or have graduated from medical school in the past two years, can now apply for a temporary licence in Ontario to help fight COVID-19.

Loved ones live in fear while long-term care homes battle COVID-19

As the COVID-19 outbreak in Canada has shown to be particularly problematic for long-term care homes, loved ones on the outside have been subjected to a life of fear with little access to the inside.
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Loved ones live in fear while long-term care homes battle COVID-19

As the COVID-19 outbreak in Canada has shown to be particularly problematic for long-term care homes, loved ones on the outside have been subjected to a life of fear with little access to the inside.

Access-to-information systems across Canada slowed by COVID-19

An international human rights organization is calling on all levels of government in Canada to continue answering access-to-information requests — and prioritize ones that relate to government accountability.
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Access-to-information systems across Canada slowed by COVID-19

An international human rights organization is calling on all levels of government in Canada to continue answering access-to-information requests — and prioritize ones that relate to government accountability.

As COVID-19 bailouts pile up, Canadians ask for relief on credit card rates

As governments rush to offer financial relief packages to homeowners, renters, small businesses and employees impacted by COVID-19, some Canadians are wondering why credit card bills aren't included in those measures.
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As COVID-19 bailouts pile up, Canadians ask for relief on credit card rates

As governments rush to offer financial relief packages to homeowners, renters, small businesses and employees impacted by COVID-19, some Canadians are wondering why credit card bills aren't included in those measures.

'Zoom-bombing' attacks on video conferencing platform leave victims shaken

Zoom has emerged as an indispensable video conferencing tool for remote work and study during the COVID-19 pandemic, but a growing number of so-called Zoom-bombing incidents is prompting warnings from the FBI and from the victims themselves.
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'Zoom-bombing' attacks on video conferencing platform leave victims shaken

Zoom has emerged as an indispensable video conferencing tool for remote work and study during the COVID-19 pandemic, but a growing number of so-called Zoom-bombing incidents is prompting warnings from the FBI and from the victims themselves.

'I was made to feel belittled': Nurses reveal fears working on front lines of COVID-19 pandemic

Nurses across Canada are worried that there will not be adequate supplies of protective gear and equipment for them as more COVID-19 patients require treatment in hospital, CBC News has found.
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'I was made to feel belittled': Nurses reveal fears working on front lines of COVID-19 pandemic

Nurses across Canada are worried that there will not be adequate supplies of protective gear and equipment for them as more COVID-19 patients require treatment in hospital, CBC News has found.

New rule prohibits walking within two metres of another person in Toronto parks

Anyone caught walking within two metres of another person in a Toronto public park or square may be subject to fine as high as $5,000.
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New rule prohibits walking within two metres of another person in Toronto parks

Anyone caught walking within two metres of another person in a Toronto public park or square may be subject to fine as high as $5,000.

Warships returning, soldiers wait for call: Gen. Vance on COVID-19 preparations

Canada's top soldier says the Canadian Armed Forces is taking «extraordinary» measures to ensure its members are healthy and able to deploy quickly should a province or territory request help to fight an invisible enemy: COVID-19.
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Warships returning, soldiers wait for call: Gen. Vance on COVID-19 preparations

Canada's top soldier says the Canadian Armed Forces is taking «extraordinary» measures to ensure its members are healthy and able to deploy quickly should a province or territory request help to fight an invisible enemy: COVID-19.

Model predicts 250 Alberta patients will need intensive care at peak of COVID-19 pandemic

Public health modelling predicts cases of COVID-19 could peak in Alberta in early May, according to Premier Jason Kenney.
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Model predicts 250 Alberta patients will need intensive care at peak of COVID-19 pandemic

Public health modelling predicts cases of COVID-19 could peak in Alberta in early May, according to Premier Jason Kenney.

Drunk driver Marco Muzzo's parole hearing may proceed without victims due to COVID-19

Jennifer Neville-Lake says what remains of her family will not be allowed to attend an upcoming parole hearing for the man convicted of killing her father and three children due to measures enacted to stop the spread of COVID-19 in prisons.
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Drunk driver Marco Muzzo's parole hearing may proceed without victims due to COVID-19

Jennifer Neville-Lake says what remains of her family will not be allowed to attend an upcoming parole hearing for the man convicted of killing her father and three children due to measures enacted to stop the spread of COVID-19 in prisons.

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