Covid-19


Protesters ask Quebec government to do more for asylum seekers risking their lives in long-term care facilities

A group of protesters set up shop outside the Prime Minister's constituency office in Montreal on Saturday, asking the government to do more to aid asylum seekers who are risking their lives working in long-term care facilities heavily affected by Covid-19.

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Doug Ford urges all residents with coronavirus symptoms to get tested

The Ontario government has announced that anyone can now get tested for COVID-19.

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Ontario residents fined BIG TIME for small beach gathering

The Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) dished out fines after finding a group of people setting fireworks off and enjoying a bonfire on the beach in Grand Bend, Ontario, after having issued a warning.

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Experiments on monkeys suggest that antibodies offer immunity against coronavirus reinfection

Two coronavirus studies in monkeys offer encouraging evidence that surviving the virus could result in immunity from reinfection.

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Trudeau's top doctor warns that masks aren't for everyone

There has been a lot of confusion surrounding the idea of wearing a mask to protect against the coronavirus when away from home, and authorities have done little in the way of clearing it up during this pandemic.

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Canadian spy agency warns of possible security breach related to coronavirus research

Canada's cyber spy agency has launched an investigation into a possible security breach at Canadian organization conducting Covid-19 research.

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Over a million potentially fraudulent CERB payments made

When Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was pressed about the possibility of fraud within the federal government's emergency benefits program, he suggested turning attention to the number of unemployed Canadians.

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Trump encourages states to reopen despite pushback from Democratic governors

Trump is very interested in the rapid reopening of the US economy after months of shutdown. Democratic governors have been pushing back against these efforts.

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Over 100 million Chinese citizens forcibly quarantined over new outbreak fears

Two cities in China have been placed under new quarantine orders by Chinese officials in the northeast province of Jilin due to fears of a renewed outbreak.

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The media's desire to 'get' Trump is its downfall

The desire certain media outlets have for taking every comment Trump makes and running with as though it is false is not only trite but troubling.

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One new case of coronavirus in Manitoba after six days without

The province of Manitoba announced its first new case of the COVID-19 coronavirus on Monday, after going six consecutive days without one.

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New trial vaccine creates antibodies to fight coronavirus

A new vaccine created by Moderna Inc. has shown promising results in its early-stage trial, showing little signs of side effects.

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Ontario reports a drop in coronavirus cases for second day in a row

The province says 304 new cases of the virus were reported on Sunday, down from the 340 cases confirmed on Saturday and the 391 confirmed as of Friday.

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No indication of surge in coronavirus in US states that have reopened

"We are seeing that in places that are opening, we're not seeing this spike in cases," HHS Secretary Azar said.

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Pilot of crashed Snowbird currently being treated for injuries

The RCAF Snowbird that crashed in British Columbia on Sunday has been heard across the country, resulting in the death of Jennifer Casey and injuring Captain Richard MacDougall.

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