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A tiger at the Bronx Zoo has tested positive for coronavirus

Nadia, a four-year-old Malayan tiger at the Bronx Zoo, has tested positive for COVID-19. Nadia, as well as her sister, Azul, two Amur tigers, and three African lions, all, developed a dry cough and are expected to recover, according to a release issued by the facility posted on the Wildlife Conservation Society website. The …

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Trucker in Canada gets free meal and says it was the most heartwarming experience ever

The COVID-19 crisis is certainly having countless negative impacts on the lives of Canadians, but it’s also giving people an excuse to be a little bit kinder than usual.  One trucker named Patrick-Robin Maclean-Flaglor recounted his experience with genuine kindness on Facebook, and the story is sure to warm your heart.  Maclean-Flaglor said …

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Home Depot and all hardware stores in Ontario are now closed

Following the Ontario government’s update to the list of essential businesses, all hardware stores in the province are required to be closed starting today. The provincial government initially received some flack for the number of businesses that were allowed to stay open amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, but the list has since been shortened …

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A Walmart Employee Was Hit With A Car After Trying To Enforce Social Distancing

A Quebec man is in a critical condition after attempting to enforce COVID-19 social distancing rules. On Saturday, a Walmart security guard was rammed with a vehicle at his workplace in Sherbrooke, after trying to implement physical distancing. A disgruntled customer reportedly hit the employee with their car, leaving him in a …

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Walmart Canada Will Close All Stores Starting Next Week,But You Can Get Curbside Pickup

At this point, more closures shouldn’t be a surprise to anyone. Canada essential services list was revised, and one of the stores that didn’t make the cut was Walmart . It will now only be offering curbside pickup and delivery. In an April 5 press release, the company stated that effective at …

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Public health officials and heathcare workers in Canada are being honored with street murals

One Canadian business owner has figured out how to turn the depressing sight of boarded up shop windows into something inspiring. Kimprints Custom Framing & Gifts owner Kim Briscoe had the idea to make the boards in front of her store into art this week, reaching out to local artists she knows through …

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Justin Trudeau Was Interviewed By Kids About COVID-19 & Their Questions Were Intense

“Where do homeless people go to be safe from the coronavirus?” one kid asked. Since the beginning of the outbreak of COVID-19 in Canada, many of us have had so many questions. If you’ve been wondering about what will happen to homeless people, or what will happen if your loved ones become …

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Canadian Tire Got Bumped From Ontario’s Essential Services & People Can’t Go In The Stores

At this point, more closures shouldn’t be a surprise to anyone. Ontario’s essential services list was revised, and one of the stores that didn’t make the cut was Canadian Tire. It will now only be offering curbside pickup and delivery. In an April 4 press release, the company stated that effective at …

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A woman in her 20s just became the youngest person to die from COVID-19 in Canada

Its mortality rate among people over 80 may be highest, but COVID-19 can kill young adults too, as we’re now seeing in Canada, where a patient in her 20s just succumbed to the deadly virus. Public health officials in Alberta announced on Friday that one of the province’s most-recent coronavirus fatalities was …

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Social distancing in Canada means standing a hockey stick apart

It doesn’t get any more Canadian than using the instrument of our country’s favourite sport as a measuring tool during a pandemic. Canadians understand that when a health official asks the nation to keep a distance of two metres apart from each other, they really mean the length of a hockey stick. To …

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