Trudeau meets with leaders at Munich Security Conference

Trudeau meets with leaders at Munich Security Conference

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau addressed the Munich Security Conference Friday, after spending the last week in Africa and Kuwait. Trudeau met with global leaders including the prime minister of Albania and the president of Kazakhstan.
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Saskatchewan projects up to 8,300 deaths from COVID-19

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Health officials in Saskatchewan have released projections showing that between 3,000 and 8,300 people could die in the province from the COVID-19 pandemic. They say between 153,000 and 408,000 residents will be infected.
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N.L. forecasts November COVID-19 case peak, summer ICU bed crunch

N.L. forecasts November COVID-19 case peak, summer ICU bed crunch

The Newfoundland and Labrador government shared models forecasting the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on Wednesday. If one-third of the population were infected over two years, one scenario predicted cases could peak in November and ICU bed capac...
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People returning to B.C. from international travel will soon have to present self-isolation plans fo

People returning to B.C. from international travel will soon have to present self-isolation plans fo

Premier John Horgan says officials will be at Vancouver International Airport and major land border crossings checking travellers self-isolation plans. He says travellers without plans will be taken to a "quarantine site" until they can get arrang...
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Medical goods moving from U.S., Freeland says

Medical goods moving from U.S., Freeland says

Despite new restrictions on exports of medical goods from the United States, Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland says hundreds of thousands of masks have made it across the border. Canadian officials are still talking to American counterparts ...
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Managing more screen time during the pandemic

Managing more screen time during the pandemic

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Quebec deploying more staff to fend off COVID-19 in care homes, residences for elderly

Quebec deploying more staff to fend off COVID-19 in care homes, residences for elderly

Quebec has announced additional staff will be deployed to residences and long-term care homes. Health Minister Danielle McCann says all staff and patients at long-term care homes will be tested for COVID-19.
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COVID-19 cancels Manitoba birthday celebrations

COVID-19 cancels Manitoba birthday celebrations

The Manitoba government is postponing public events marking the province's 150th birthday this year. Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, celebrations including a free outdoor concert are being pushed back to 2021.
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Patience thin with low Ontario testing: Ford

Patience thin with low Ontario testing: Ford

Premier Doug Ford says his patience with Ontario's slow pace of testing for COVID-19 has run thin and he wants more done starting Thursday. He says he wants to see every long-term care resident, every front-line health-care worker and every first ...
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Government, Opposition spar over role of Parliament in pandemic

Government, Opposition spar over role of Parliament in pandemic

As Parliament gets ready to sit again to pass another COVID-19 relief bill, Conservative critic Pierre Poilievre says his party wants regular meetings so that ministers face questions from the Opposition. Justin Trudeau says the Liberals would rat...
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Emergency plans should include pets

Emergency plans should include pets

The group that represents humane societies and S-P-C-A's across the country wants to make sure Canadians include pets when they're planning for the possibility of quarantine.
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Social distance loopholes not worth the risk

Social distance loopholes not worth the risk

People have been finding innovative ways to keep socializing with friends and neighbours while trying to respect physical distancing measures during the COVID-19 outbreak. But experts say those social distancing loopholes are likely not worth the ...
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Alberta predicting 400 to 6,600 deaths from COVID-19 in months to come

Alberta predicting 400 to 6,600 deaths from COVID-19 in months to come

Alberta Premier Jason Kenney says projections show between 400 and 3,100 people in the province will probably die of COVID-19. In a televised address Tuesday, Kenney says by the end of summer about 800,000 people are likely to be infected with the...
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B.C. makes plea for virtual Easter celebrations

B.C. makes plea for virtual Easter celebrations

B.C. officials held a conference call with 130 faith leaders to discuss upcoming religious celebrations, including Easter. Provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry says people can still celebrate religious holidays, but they should do so virtually.
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Anand says Canada is 'aggressively ordering' medical supplies in competitive market

Anand says Canada is 'aggressively ordering' medical supplies in competitive market

Public Services and Procurement Minister Anita Anand says Canada is working hard behind the scenes on the increasingly challenging logistics of getting critical COVID-19 medical equipment to Canada from foreign countries. She says the fight for su...
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First Ontario-made pandemic masks ready for use

First Ontario-made pandemic masks ready for use

Premier Doug Ford announced Monday that the first made-in-Ontario face masks are ready, one day after he warned that the province would run out of personal protective equipment in one week. Ford was at the Woodbridge manufacturing facility in Vaug...
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Legault says Quebec is making progress in the fight against COVID-19

Legault says Quebec is making progress in the fight against COVID-19

Quebec Premier Francois Legault is urging citizens to stay home during the Easter holiday in order to slow the progress of COVID-19. The province announced 760 new cases on Tuesday and 29 new deaths, but Legault said the encouraging hospitalizatio...
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Trudeau says 30,000 ventilators on order

Trudeau says 30,000 ventilators on order

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says Canada has ordered 30,000 new ventilators from Canadian companies but hopes that will end up being far more than this country will actually need. Trudeau says more than 5,000 Canadian companies have answered the ...
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Quebec won't expand ban on birth companions: Premier

Quebec won't expand ban on birth companions: Premier

A Montreal hospital's decision to ban a companion from the delivery room during childbirth has sparked an outcry from expectant moms across the country. Some of Canada's experts says childbirth amid the COVID-19 pandemic raises complicated health ...
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Luck, timing credited for lower COVID-19 rate in B.C.: top doctor

Luck, timing credited for lower COVID-19 rate in B.C.: top doctor

B.C.'s provincial health officer says timing, luck and good planning appear to be factors in the lower rate of COVID-19 infection compared with Quebec and Ontario. Dr. Bonnie Henry says March break came later in B.C. than Quebec and Ontario, and h...
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Cities make room for distancing on sidewalks

Battles are brewing in some cities over use of increasingly limited public space, as local governments struggle with whether to give more room for pedestrians to spread out.
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Some donation bins becoming dumping grounds

Some donation bins becoming dumping grounds

Diabetes Canada has issued an open letter to community leaders and elected officials to help raise awareness about overflowing donation bins and illegally dumped garbage.
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Tam explains new evidence for mask-wearing

Tam explains new evidence for mask-wearing

The evidence for wearing masks to stop the spread of COVID-19 is still weak, says chief public health officer Dr. Theresa Tam, but has changed enough that the federal government's advice on the subject has changed. It now tilts toward wearing non-...
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One more week of protective gear: Ford

One more week of protective gear: Ford

Ontario Premier Doug Ford says recent restrictions on shipments at the U.S. border have left the province with just one more week's worth of personal protective equipment for health-care workers. Ford says a shipment of masks was held up by U.S. o...
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Scheer calls on government to increase charitable donation tax credit

Scheer calls on government to increase charitable donation tax credit

Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer is calling on the government to increase the charitable donation tax credit. He says this would help increase charitable contributions to hospitals, churches, food banks, women's shelters and other worthy organiza...
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