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People purposely coughing on people and things in Canada are the worst of humanity right now

We already know that there is a percentage of the population that just isn’t taking the COVID-19 pandemic seriously right now despite grim case and death forecasts and pleas from health officials and all levels of government. Even worse than those simply not taking the global infectious outbreak seriously are the individuals who are trying to …

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Canada’s Emergency Response Benefit is about to include a lot more people

The list of who is eligible to apply for Canada’s Emergency Response Benefit (CERB) is about to include a lot more people, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced today. Trudeau said today that the benefit will soon be updated to include students, gig workers, contractors, volunteer firefighters and anyone who’s had their working hours reduced (10 hours a week or …

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More than 240k people in Canada have applied for CERB since applications opened this morning

Applications for the Canada Emergency Response Benefit (CERB) opened today, and though only those born in January, February or March have been allowed to apply so far, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said this morning that 240,000 people had already successfully completed the process. During his daily media briefing Monday morning, Trudeau said the first …

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Home Depot And All Hardware Stores In Canada Are Now Closed

Following the Canada government’s update to the list of essential businesses, all hardware stores in the provinces are required to be closed starting today. The 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 and …

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Officials are now recommending people wear non-medical face masks in Canada

Wearing masks in Canada has been a controversial topic throughout the COVID-19 outbreak, but it seems health officials and politicians may finally have a clear-cut answer for Canadians. On Monday, Chief Public Health Officer Dr. Theresa Tam announced that health officials are now advising Canadians wear homemade, non-medical masks in the community. While Tam …

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Ford Says Ontario Will Run Out Of Medical Gear In A Week If Trump Keeps Blocking Shipments

Decisions made by the U.S. are having a huge impact in Canada right now. Ontario Premier Doug Ford has warned that the province could run out of protective equipment for health care staff by the start of next week if the Canada-U.S. medical supplies block continues. That prediction comes after the Premier …

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These Are The Fines You Can Get In Canada For COVID-19 Right Now

Fines related to COVID-19 bylaws and emergency orders in these provinces: Ontario, Newfoundland and Labrador,Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Quebec, Alberta, Saskatchewan, British Columbia,Manitoba,Nunavut are what you need to know right now so you don’t end up with a hole in your wallet. Police officers in Canada and all over the …

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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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