Once at the White House, Trump quickly removed his mask before saluting Marine One. Continue reading
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The country’s leaders and health officials, including Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, have been urging Canadians to limit Thanksgiving celebrations’ sizes. Continue reading →
Donald Trump toured Kenosha on Tuesday, visiting businesses burned amid protests. Continue reading →
Trump invoked the Defence Production Act in an effort to speed up the distribution of desperately needed hospital masks amid the novel coronavirus pandemic. Continue reading →
The number of Canadians making wills and signing powers of attorney has spiked in the past two weeks. Continue reading →
Of those ventilators, 10,000 have been ordered by the U.K. government. Continue reading →
Trudeau told Canadians to look at reliable sources for information on the new coronavirus pandemic and relief efforts, such as government websites. Continue reading →
The member for Brampton-West, who is also a registered nurse, said she began experiencing flu-like symptoms Saturday night. Continue reading →
Another 18 per cent of Canadian households anticipate work loss, according to an Angus Reid Institute poll. Continue reading →
While federal and provincial governments have offered help, experts say more is needed. Continue reading →
Trudeau said being prepared to mass-produce a vaccine, no matter who creates it, will be essential for suppressing COVID-19 in Canada. Continue reading →
One simple graphic explains how social distancing could help end the global coronavirus pandemic. Continue reading →
Foreign Affairs Minister François-Philippe Champagne said the Canadian’s family is receiving consular support. Continue reading →
Canadian officials have insisted that while self-isolation is strongly advised, there are currently no plans to enforce it. Continue reading →
Canada’s Foreign Affairs Minister François-Philippe Champagne said he was tested for COVID-19 after experiencing flu-like symptoms after returning from a trip. Continue reading →