Ontario lays groundwork for scheduled surgeries to resume as coronavirus spread slows

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Canadian Coast Guard asks B.C. mariners to stay home to prevent spread of COVID-19

B.C. mariners are being asked to think twice about heading out on the water during the COVID-19 pandemic. With parks closed and physical distancing

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Face masks as extra barrier to prevent spread of COVID-19 could become more common in Alberta

Earlier this month, Alberta’s chief medical health officer Dr. Deena Hinshaw said wearing non-medical face masks could be an “added benefit” to prevent the

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Canada’s top doctor says non-medical masks can help stop the spread of COVID-19

Canada’s chief public health officer now says that wearing a non-medical mask can help stop the spread of COVID-19. Dr. Theresa Tam, the top doctor

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Hutterite colony mobilizing to sew face masks to stop the spread of COVID-19

Calgary-area sewers, quilters and hobbyists are flocking to a new and urgent task — creating face masks to stop the spread of COVID-19. One

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John Krasinski, Steve Carell reunite to bring ‘Some Good News’ amid coronavirus spread – National

In the midst of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, The Office alum John Krasinski is making an effort to share “some good news” with the world — as

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Spruce Grove announces new measures to combat spread of COVID-19 – Edmonton

On the same day provincial officials announced the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases had reached 419, the City of Spruce Grove announced new measures

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B.C. mayors worry Teck work camp could spread COVID-19 through the Kootenays

Doctors and mayors in British Columbia’s East Kootenays say they’re concerned about a local work camp that houses hundreds of people, fearing it could spread COVID-19 throughout

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Saskatchewan premier signs order enforcing measures protecting against spread of COVID-19

Premier Scott Moe signed an order that all orders of the Saskatchewan government and chief medical health officer must be followed and police have

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Manitoba Hydro scaling back work, cancelling travel at Keeyask site to fight COVID-19 spread – Winnipeg

Manitoba Hydro is scaling back work and suspending travel to one of its biggest sites in the province, in an effort to help reduce

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