Officials urge Canadians to stick with measures aimed at slowing spread of COVID-19
The post-pandemic question: when this ends, how do we get our country back?
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is bracing Canadians for a long period of pandemic-induced pain. But his descriptions of what he calls the "new normal" only point to unanswered questions about how the country eventually recovers, and how long that might take.
3 people test positive for coronavirus at Winnipeg's National Microbiology Laboratory
Three people at the National Microbiology Laboratory have tested positive for the coronavirus, staff at the Winnipeg facility were told via email Thursday.
Ontario's public health chief steps aside as COVID-19 fight intensifies
Public Health Ontario has confirmed that its CEO, Dr. Peter Donnelly, is stepping away from his job, one day after Premier Doug Ford demanded immediate action to improve COVID-19 testing rates.
Equipment shortages, strict testing criteria mean Ontario's COVID-19 assessment centres are sitting idle
Ontario's COVID-19 assessment centres are mostly empty, with only a handful of people showing up to be tested each day, according to research by CBC News.
Canadians would not have backed strict pandemic measures in mid-January, says official
Closing the border and telling the public to self-isolate at home in the early days of Canada's COVID-19 outbreak would have done more harm than good, according to a national public health organization.
As supply concerns grow, Ottawa lays the groundwork for never-used Emergencies Act
16-year-old girl dies after being shot by Winnipeg police
Canada lost more than 1 million jobs last month as COVID-19 struck
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British Prime Minister Boris Johnson moved out of intensive care
Canada strikes new deal with Saudi Arabia, clearing way for armoured vehicle sales
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House of Commons will sit Saturday to debate wage subsidy bill
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U.S. has recorded over 16,000 coronavirus-related deaths
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