Nova Scotia’s plan for students to return to school coming in late July: Centres for Education – Halifax

Nova Scotia students are scheduled to return to school in September, but it won’t be until late July that the province will provide details,

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Coronavirus: Most child-care centres in Ontario unlikely to reopen on Friday, operators and advocates say

TORONTO — Ontario is allowing child-care centres to reopen as of Friday, but operators and advocates say there is no way most can implement

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Frustrated EI applicants find an end-run around overwhelmed call centres

Canadians forced to spend days trying to get through on Service Canada’s designated phone line to sort out problems with their employment insurance applications

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Indigenous friendship centres hit hard by skyrocketing requests for help, advocate says

Friendship Centres across Canada are receiving $3.75 million from Ottawa to deal with COVID-19, but B.C. branches say that’s not enough to meet demand that’s

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Coronavirus: Quebec case count passes 11,000; long-term care centres struggling – Montreal

Cases of novel coronavirus in Quebec have climbed to 11,677 as of Saturday morning, as worries about residents in long-term care centres continue to

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Alberta cancels K-12 classes, closes childcare centres due to COVID-19 pandemic

Classes at all K-12 schools in Alberta are cancelled and child care centres have been closed indefinitely due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the province

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All Edmonton recreation centres to close indefinitely amid COVID-19 worries

All city-run recreation facilities across Edmonton will be closed to help protect the safety of the public and city employees during the COVID-19 pandemic, city

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B.C. to fight homelessness with ‘navigation centres,’ a first in Canada modelled after San Francisco

B.C. will become the first jurisdiction in the country to build navigation centres as a way to combat homelessness.  The ‘enhanced shelter model’ is a

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Edmonton’s future rec centres at risk as city faces budget demands

Edmonton city council may face some tough decisions this fall as the next four-year budget comes up for debate. Several infrastructure projects need funding to move

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