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Boil Order Issued For Canada After E. Coli Found In Water

A boil-water advisory has been issued for residents of all parts of Canada. Health officials in Canada say E. coli bacteria has been found in the country water supply. While most strains of the bacteria are harmless, some can cause serious illness. Residents are being asked to bring their water …

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Canada may finally be flattening the curve according to Dr. Tam

Canada might officially be flattening the curve and slowing the spread of COVID-19, according to Chief Public Health Officer Dr. Theresa Tam. Speaking on Wednesday, Tam said, “there is cause for some cautious optimism from our epidemiological data.” According to Tam, the number of COVID-19 cases has gone from doubling over …

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Krispy Kreme Doughnuts Just Closed All Restaurants And Delivery

Krispy Kreme Doughnuts the one place where doors are normally open even when everything else is closed, is shutting down across Canada. The change will take into effect as of Friday . While takeout and eat-in is no longer available, customers also will not be able to use delivery. “Select restaurants …

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Canada says it finally has the supplies it needs to meet demand for COVID-19 testing

Amid widespread criticism of the slow rate of COVID-19 testing in some provinces, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has shared some good news about how Canada is stepping up its game. Since there have been issues securing enough of the necessary reagent chemicals, the federal government has signed a contract with a Canadian microbial monitoring …

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Toronto area residents wait in huge lines at Krispy Kreme despite pandemic

Part of the new reality of life under COVID-19 has included long, spaced-out lineups that allow for proper social distancing as people wait to stock up on food and other essentials.  Thankfully for people living in the Toronto area, we’re no strangers to waiting in lines. Some could even go as far as saying that we …

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Hockey Skate Laces Are Being Used To Make The Most Canadian Face Masks Ever

Might as well use them since there’s no hockey. There’s one accessory that everyone seems to want right now. Face masks in Canada come in all different colours and patterns. However, one hockey team’s equipment manager might just be making the most Canadian masks out there. In an April 13 …

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Trudeau Announces Even More Canadians Can Now Apply For CERB

It’s now available to seasonal workers, people who earn less than $1K a month, and more. In an announcement on Wednesday, the Prime Minister confirmed that even more Canadians will be now eligible for the Canada Emergency Response Benefit (CERB). From April 15, the funding will also become available to …

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Canada Is Cancelling All Festivals & Sports Events Until August

Summer won’t be the same. Sports events, and public gatherings are cancelled until August 2, 2020. In the face of the ongoing health crisis, Canada public health officials thought it was best and most prudent to cancel all events. Last month, a flurry of event cancellations were announced. As the health crisis …

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You Won’t Automatically Get The CERB Next Month Even If You Applied In April

The CERB doesn’t automatically renew. Do you need money? If you’ve lost income because of COVID-19 and are getting help from the federal government, this is something you should know about. The Canada Emergency Response Benefit is up and running but you actually have to re-apply every four weeks. If …

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Doug Ford Confirms Ontario Students Will Not Return To Class On May 4

But this does not mean the school year is cancelled. It seems like Ontario’s students won’t be heading back to school any time soon. On Tuesday, Premier Doug Ford announced during a press briefing that the province’s students would not be going back to class on May 4, despite initial …

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