coroanvirus


Ford announces new COVID restrictions in Ontario as cases surge

The restrictions come into effect at 12:01 am on Saturday, October 10th.

Noah David Alter

Canada is suffering from collective germophobia

Data published by governments around the world shows that COVID-19 threatens elderly people who are already very sick. COVID-19 poses virtually no threat to children, youth, or healthy adults under 60.

John Carpay

BREAKING: Erin O'Toole tests positive for coronavirus

The leader of the Conservatve Party of Canada, Erin O'Toole, has tested positive for coronavirus on Friday evening.

Nico Johnson

Dr. Fauci says keep the Canada-US border closed

There have been more than 6.1 million COVID-19 in the US. Canada sits much farther below at just over 132,000 cases.

Joe Vaughan

Canadians cautious about taking potential COVID-19 vaccine according to poll

A recent survey suggests if and when a coronavirus vaccine becomes available, most Canadians would get it but over one in 10 would not.

Sam Edwards

Trudeau takes SIXTH personal day in a row during WE scandal, global pandemic

Trudeau's vacation days have added up quickly in 2020. The prime minister has taken nearly 50 personal days this year, while 2019's days off totaled 91.

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz

BREAKING: LA mayor will shut off water and power to homes that host parties

Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti has announced that the city will come down hard on anyone in violation of its strict coronavirus social distancing policies. This includes shutting off power and water to homes that throw large parties.

Ian Miles Cheong

Ford government reports another drop in coronavirus cases

Another drop in coronavirus cases has been recorded in Ontario, with provincial health officials reporting 119 new cases on Monday.

Sam Edwards

Vermont governor imposes statewide mask mandate

A mandatory mask order has been signed by Vermont Gov. Phil Scott following the recent increase in coronavirus cases across the United States.

Sam Edwards

Trudeau government paid $443 MILLION in CERB payments to ineligible Canadians

221,320 applicants were given the funding, despite knowledge that they were already covered by EI. “There are situations where clients mistakenly applied for the benefit," an Inquiry of Ministry from cabinet read.

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz

WATCH: Man spits on woman and shouts racial slurs in Calgary park

Police are investigating an incident involving an alleged racist act in a park in Calgary.

Sam Edwards

BC Senator says pandemic is a good time to test out basic income for all Canadians

Yuen Pau Woo, a B.C. senator says that the COVID-19 pandemic is just as good of time as any to test out the program of universal basic income in Canada.

Quinn Patrick

South Dakota will not limit attendance at July 4th Mount Rushmore celebration

Governor Kristi Noem does not plan to implement physical distancing measures for the upcoming celebration at the Mount Rushmore monument for America's Independence Day.

Quinn Patrick

Toronto mayor will meet with GTA mayors to discuss future of face masks

Toronto Mayor John Tory plans to virtually meet with the other mayors of the GTA to discuss encouraging the use of face masks in most public settings.

Quinn Patrick

Microsoft to close all stores in Canada for good

Microsoft announced that it will be closing almost all of the company's physical stores throughout the world.

Sam Edwards