By Sunday evening, a total of 149 more people had died after testing positive for the virus, pushing Canada past 18,000 fatalities. Continue reading
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David first came to Global as an investigative intern in 2018, working under Carolyn Jarvis and Sean O’Shea.
With an initial passion for print, David’s internship with Global blossomed into a love for broadcast, and he came back to work as a producer at Global’s Network News Desk (NND) before jumping over to the online side.
David spends his days reading and watching conflict journalism, international affairs and investigative work hoping to someday work as a foreign correspondent.
Graduating from Ryerson Journalism in 2018, David has previously done investigative projects with the Toronto Star and freelance work for OpenCanada.org.
To date, a total of 17,850 deaths attributed to COVID-19 have been recorded in Canada as well, though over 607,900 patients have since recovered. Continue reading →
Deaths linked to COVID-19 now stand at 17,729 after another 192 fatalities were reported. Continue reading →
The idea of a vaccine or immunization passport has already been touted as a means to travel and return to public areas by businesses and countries across the world. Continue reading →
Another 117 people have died in Canada from the virus as well, with the national death toll now standing at 16,950. Continue reading →
Another 126 fatalities were announced today as well, raising the death toll to 16,833. Continue reading →
Twitter has permanently suspended U.S. President Trump’s account, as well as issued bans to thousands of his supporters on the platform. Continue reading →
Another 128 fatalities were reported as well, pushing the country’s death toll to 16,707. Continue reading →
Twitter previously suspended Trump’s account on Wednesday for 12 hours after the president tweeted incendiary remarks falsely disputing the outcome of the November election. Continue reading →
NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh’s call comes in the wake of chaos and violence which erupted in Washington D.C. Wednesday after a mob of Trump supporters assailed the Capitol building. Continue reading →
Since the start of the pandemic, chains like Cineplex took a major hit amid restrictions which saw the closure of movie theatres and other places of public gathering. Continue reading →
U.S. lawmakers are working to pick up the pieces following the stunning events of Wednesday, when a violent pro-Trump mob invaded the nation’s Capitol building. Continue reading →
Trump has enlisted support from a dozen Republican senators and up to 100 House Republicans to challenge the Electoral College vote. Continue reading →
The report from the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives said the average top CEO would have made average worker’s income by 11:17 a.m. on the first working day of the year. Continue reading →
Canada’s COVID-19 cases now stands at 597,397, of which 504,900 have since recovered. A total of 15,865 have since died from the virus. Continue reading →