Newly released documents show that China delayed release of coronavirus data to the WHO

New information shows that China deliberately held off on sharing their date regarding coronavirus with the World Health Organization.

Quinn Patrick Quinn Patrick

Class-action lawsuit filed against Altamont nursing home by families of coronavirus victims

A class-action lawsuit has been filed against another Ontario nursing home alleging negligence over the way it handled the coronavirus pandemic.

Sam Edwards Sam Edwards

BREAKING: Doug Ford extends state of emergency—Ontario falls behind other provinces in reopening

Doug Ford has extended the province's state of emergency as other provinces begin to loosen their lockdown restrictions.

Nico Johnson Nico Johnson

WATCH: Dr. Tam says go out and protest, just don't yell

Tam's medical advise has been criticized by Canadians for either being incorrect, or lagging behind information being used by other countries.

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz Roberto Wakerell-Cruz

BREAKING: Trudeau condemns violent protestors, says Canadians have a right to peacefully protest amid pandemic

"By standing together and denouncing the few that would try to derail these demonstrations, Canadians are sending the message that they will never tolerate injustice," said Trudeau.

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz Roberto Wakerell-Cruz

Toronto Pearson Airport putting new coronavirus rules into effect starting June 1

Toronto Pearson Airport will be putting new policies in place on Monday to avoid further spread of coronavirus.

Sam Edwards Sam Edwards

Protestors decided what leaders could not—the lockdown is over

The lockdown is over. Protestors decided what leaders could not. Either we need to stay in for the good of humanity, or we need to go out for that good, both things can't be true.

Libby Emmons Libby Emmons

Monkeys escape lab with tubes of coronavirus positive blood samples

Several monkeys escaped from a laboratory in India on Tuesday, and to make matters worse, they were carrying samples of COVID-19-tainted blood with them.

Quinn Patrick Quinn Patrick

Vancouver woman asked to stop singing in support of front line workers

A woman who would sing from her balcony each night at 7 p.m. to show her support for frontline workers amid the pandemic has been asked to stop by police.

Quinn Patrick Quinn Patrick

BREAKING: Ford considering regionally phased approach to Ontario reopening

"My friends, we are making progress," Ford said. "We're taking the steps necessary and we will get through this. We will rebuild what we've lost. We will bring Ontario back with a vengeance."

Libby Emmons Libby Emmons

Toronto man stages hunger strike outside of long-term care home

A Toronto man has started a protest in response to the critical military report regarding the rough conditions being seen in Ontario’s long-term care homes.

Sam Edwards Sam Edwards

BREAKING: Trudeau government announces $650 million for support to indigenous communities

Trudeau addressed new funding for indigenous communities with an additional $650 million to assist both with pandemic preparedness and recovery and for broader issues.

Libby Emmons Libby Emmons

WATCH: NYC nurse speaks out on Cuomo's coronavirus nursing home scandal

A nurse from Manhattan who has been working in a nursing home during the coronavirus pandemic, spoke to OAN's Jack Posobiec yesterday to give her account of conditions in those homes.

Collin Jones Collin Jones

End the lockdown for the sake of compassion

What we now know in May, but did not know in March, is that the global COVID-19 death toll is at the low end of the range of deaths resulting from the annual flu.

John Carpay John Carpay

The coronavirus exposes the need for compassionate palliative care

Many are left wondering why we can crowd around in a Walmart or Canadian Tire, but are not able to be with our loved ones in the final days of their life.

Jeremy Patzer Jeremy Patzer

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