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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 novel coronavirus and the illness dubbed COVID-19 (all times Eastern): 10:15 p.m. The Prime Minister's Office says Sophie Gregoire Trudeau has tested positive for the novel coronavirus.
Canada grapples with Trump's ban on travel from Europe amid border questions

Canada grapples with Trump's ban on travel from Europe amid border questions

Canada and the United States conferred over the fate of their shared border while the provinces pleaded for cooler heads to prevail Thursday, after President Donald Trump slammed America's door on foreign nationals who have been in outbreak-racked Eu
Premiers seek billions in federal aid to counter impact of COVID-19

Premiers seek billions in federal aid to counter impact of COVID-19

OTTAWA — Concerns about his own exposure to COVID-19 forced Justin Trudeau to cancel a face-to-face meeting with first ministers but he'll still get an earful — over the phone Friday — from premiers demanding massive federal aid to confront the healt
Territories prepare for novel coronavirus with limited health facilities

Territories prepare for novel coronavirus with limited health facilities

Arctic governments are bracing for the potential impact of the novel coronavirus in far-flung, isolated communities with often overcrowded homes.
Allan Schoenborn case returns to B.C. Review Board for annual hearing

Allan Schoenborn case returns to B.C. Review Board for annual hearing

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The latest numbers of COVID-19 cases in Canada as of March 12, 2020

The latest numbers of COVID-19 cases in Canada as of March 12, 2020

The latest numbers of confirmed and presumptive COVID-19 cases in Canada as of March 12, 2020: — Ontario: 59 confirmed (five cases resolved) — British Columbia: 53 confirmed, including one death (six cases resolved) — Alberta: 19 confirmed — Quebec:
Bank of Canada pumps $7B, expands bond buy-backs to ease economic concerns

Bank of Canada pumps $7B, expands bond buy-backs to ease economic concerns

OTTAWA — The Bank of Canada prepared to increase the cash it pumps into the financial system and Finance Minister Bill Morneau stressed the need for fiscal measures to manage the impact of COVID-19 as official Ottawa responded to another market plung

Education minister questioned on coronavirus

BC Education Minister Rob Fleming came to Richmond this morning to deliver news about provincial funding for seismic upgrades. But he wound up fielding several questions about coronavirus and how it may affect students.

Richmond schools slated for seismic upgrades

Two more Richmond schools will soon get seismic upgrades. Maple Lane and James McKinney elementary schools are receiving a combined $19.3 million from the provincial government for these improvements.

A young inmate committed suicide in Saskatchewan, and people want answers

An advocate is demanding answers after the suicide of a young Indigenous inmate in Saskatchewan on Monday. “He was crying out for help,” said Congress of Aboriginal Peoples (CAP) national vice-chief Kim Beaudin.