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Schools In Canada Are Officially Closed Until At Least May

All schools In Canada are officially closed until at least May due to concerns of the COVID-19 pandemic. The decision was based on advice from Dr. David Williams, Chief Medical Officer of Health and the experts at the coronavirus Command Table. From today all publicly funded schools in Canada will …

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The New Emergency Response Benefit Is Launching On April 6 But There Are Conditions

If you need help, money could soon be on the way. Canada’s Emergency Response Benefit is finally launching on April 6 and you can apply for it online if you’ve lost your job because of COVID-19. However, there are some conditions. During a press conference on April 1, the Prime Minister announced that the …

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Canadians Could Face Up To A Year In Prison For Violating Social Distancing Rules

The government announced that the public is now required to identify themselves to officers if they are caught not practicing social distancing. These social distancing rules in :Ontario,Newfoundland and Labrador,Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Quebec, Alberta, Saskatchewan, British Columbia,Manitoba,Nunavut  could result in high fines which could include up to a year in …

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Canada Should Prepare For 3 Months Of Lockdown

It looks like Canada could be in for a long battle when it comes to overcoming the COVID-19 pandemic. Dr. Eileen de Villa, the Medical Officer of Health, informed residents on Wednesday, April 1, 2020, that Canada could be expected to continue to social distance for the next 12 weeks.  …

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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 Sunday . While takeout and eat-in is no longer available, customers also will not be able to use delivery. “Select restaurants …

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You Can Now Be Fined $2000 For Not Showing ID To Enforcement Officers

Canadian provinces like: Ontario, Prince Edward Island,Newfoundland and Labrador,Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Quebec, Alberta, Saskatchewan, British Columbia,Manitoba,Nunavut will start fining individuals $2000 who refuse to identify themselves, if in breach of an Emergency Act order. On Tuesday, all provinces approved of this temporary power through an emergency order, reportedly to …

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Canada has officially announced its first death from coronavirus

Health officials in B.C. have confirmed Canada’s first death from the 2019 novel coronavirus. The patient, a man in his 80s with “a number of underlying health conditions,” was a resident at the Lynn Valley Care Centre in North Vancouver — a long-term care facility that has seen a number of other …

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Ontario’s New Distracted Driving Laws To Take Effect March. 1, 2020

Police sources have confirmed that Ontario’s new driving laws, which received royal assent earlier this year, will officially take effect in the province on March. 1, 2020. Drivers convicted of distracted driving under the new laws will be punished with a licence suspension, a hefty fine and demerit points. The severity of …

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Ontario Will Be Hit By Freezing Rain & Up To 45 cm Of Snow This Week

Although the end of the month is near, it seems like an end to winter weather is far from over. Freezing rain and up to 45 centimetres of snowfall are expected to hit parts of Ontario increasing the risk of difficult driving conditions. The Ontario storm is expected halfway through this week …

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Canada is going to take in more than 3 million new immigrants in this year

Canada, a nation of not quite 37 million people, wants to add more than 3 million immigrants through 2020. “Thanks in great part to the newcomers we have welcomed throughout our history, Canada has developed into the strong and vibrant country we all enjoy,” Ahmed Hussen, minister of immigration, refugees and citizenship, wrote in …

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