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The latest developments on COVID-19 in Canada

The latest developments on COVID-19 in Canada

The latest news on the COVID-19 global pandemic (all times Eastern): 10:10 p.m. The City of Toronto says it is closing down one of its child care centres for 14 days after three staff members tested positive for COVID-19.
N.S. sets up help lines for citizens struggling amid mass shooting, pandemic

N.S. sets up help lines for citizens struggling amid mass shooting, pandemic

The Nova Scotia government has activated a roster of psychologists to help address the mental health challenges facing the province's weary population.
'How much can a person take?' Flooding forces 13,000 from downtown Fort McMurray

'How much can a person take?' Flooding forces 13,000 from downtown Fort McMurray

FORT MCMURRAY, Alta. — Joseph Enverga kept hoping the flooding would slow down or even stop as his apartment lights flickered on and off. The 35-year old was prepared for an evacuation of downtown Fort McMurray, Alta., on Sunday afternoon.
The latest numbers on COVID-19 in Canada

The latest numbers on COVID-19 in Canada

The latest numbers of confirmed and presumptive COVID-19 cases in Canada as of 3:47 p.m. on April 28, 2020: There are 50,026 confirmed and presumptive cases in Canada.
Canada's dairy processors to lose $100M if USMCA takes effect in July: Plett

Canada's dairy processors to lose $100M if USMCA takes effect in July: Plett

WASHINGTON — The federal government has betrayed Canada's dairy processors by allowing the United States to activate the new North American trade deal on July 1 — a month earlier than the industry was expecting, the Opposition leader in the Senate sa
Canada pulls off first virtual sitting of MPs with some technical glitches

Canada pulls off first virtual sitting of MPs with some technical glitches

OTTAWA — About 280 MPs took part Tuesday in Canada's first-ever virtual House of Commons and declared it a success despite numerous technical hiccups.
Quebec, Ontario chart own paths to post-COVID normalcy as death toll climbs

Quebec, Ontario chart own paths to post-COVID normalcy as death toll climbs

TORONTO — The country's two largest provinces, with about 80 per cent of Canada's known cases of COVID-19, were taking different approaches to returning to normalcy amid federal projections on Tuesday that thousands more people would likely contract

A look at the lives lost in the April 18-19 Nova Scotia mass shooting

PORTAPIQUE, N.S. — The victims in one of Canada's worst mass killings include an RCMP officer, a teacher, two nurses, neighbours of the shooter and two correctional officers killed in their home.
Nova Scotia gunman escaped by driving through field after first killings: RCMP

Nova Scotia gunman escaped by driving through field after first killings: RCMP

HALIFAX — As police closed in on a killer who had already murdered more than a dozen people in a rural corner of Nova Scotia, the suspect narrowly escaped by driving a replica police car through a field under cover of darkness, the RCMP revealed Tues
Complex challenges mean mandatory COVID-19 vaccine unlikely: experts

Complex challenges mean mandatory COVID-19 vaccine unlikely: experts

OTTAWA — While the government spends hundreds of millions of dollars to develop and test potential vaccines for COVID-19, experts say mandatory vaccination is unlikely given the difficult practical and ethical problems that would entail.