PM believes Canada has ‘more tools’ than in first wave of COVID-19 to avoid a second shutdown

Canada’s prime minister says he doesn’t believe a second nationwide lockdown is imminent in light of an increase in COVID-19 cases across Canada in

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Potential coronavirus exposure reported on 2 Air Canada flights from Toronto to Halifax – National

Nova Scotia Health is advising of potential COVID-19 exposure on flights from Toronto to Halifax on Oct. 12. In a statement released on Saturday, NSHA

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Canadians who ran out of EI eligible for Canada Recovery Benefit, government confirms – National

The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) says it will update the wording of a question on its online application for the Canada Recovery Benefit (CRB).

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Canada still downplays risk of airborne spread of coronavirus despite WHO, CDC guidance

This is an excerpt from Second Opinion, a weekly roundup of health and medical science news emailed to subscribers every Saturday morning. If you haven’t subscribed yet, you

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Canada adds over 2,500 new coronavirus cases, breaking previous day’s record – National

Canada reported 2,554 new cases of the novel coronavirus Friday, setting another record high for daily reported infections. Friday’s total — only surpassed by

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Canada drawn with rival Americans at soccer’s Gold Cup in complicated, congested 2021

Canada secured a marquee matchup at the 2021 Gold Cup when it was drawn against the U.S. The two North American soccer rivals will

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U.S. researchers project Canada could see over 16,000 coronavirus deaths by January – National

Researchers whose projections for the spread of the novel coronavirus have proven grimly accurate for the United States say the number of deaths in

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Another Storm

You have to wonder how many prairie storms this old abandoned farm house has seen over the years. Posted by Len Langevin on 2017-07-18

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Canada adds 1,085 new coronavirus cases as Trudeau warns of second wave – National

Canada added 1,085 new cases of the novel coronavirus on Wednesday, marking the fifth day in a row the country has seen a daily

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Canada Post still seeing delays as added burden of B.C. election ballots expected

Ingrid Luters, 65, has had a couple of recent experiences with the postal system that have involved significant delays. Health insurance documents took three

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