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The latest developments on COVID-19 in Canada

The latest developments on COVID-19 in Canada

The latest news on the COVID-19 global pandemic (all times Eastern): 10:50 p.m. A local public health unit is reporting Ontario's sixth COVID-19-related death.
CP NewsAlert: Canada refuses to go to Tokyo Olympics, Paralympics in 2020

CP NewsAlert: Canada refuses to go to Tokyo Olympics, Paralympics in 2020

TORONTO — Canada won't participate in the Tokyo Olympics or Paralympics — at least this summer.
Feds launch ad campaign urging social distancing, hygiene during COVID-19 crisis

Feds launch ad campaign urging social distancing, hygiene during COVID-19 crisis

OTTAWA — The federal government is launching a $30-million national ad campaign Monday to urge every Canadian to do their bit to help prevent the spread of the deadly COVID-19 virus.
Feds will step in with unified measures on COVID-19 if provinces hesitate: Hajdu

Feds will step in with unified measures on COVID-19 if provinces hesitate: Hajdu

OTTAWA — Canada needs a more unified approach in the fight against COVID-19 and the feds "will not hesitate" to step in with stronger measures if provinces can't make it happen, the health minister said Sunday.
Nova Scotia declares state of emergency to deal with COVID-19 cases

Nova Scotia declares state of emergency to deal with COVID-19 cases

FREDERICTON — Nova Scotia Premier Stephen McNeil has declared a provincial state of emergency because he says some people are blatantly ignoring requirements for social distancing and self-isolation during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Erin O'Toole latest to call for delay in Conservative leadership vote

Erin O'Toole latest to call for delay in Conservative leadership vote

OTTAWA — Conservative leadership candidate Erin O'Toole is adding his voice to the chorus of people calling for the June 27 vote to be delayed.
Joyce Milgaard, tireless activist mother of wrongfully convicted son, dies

Joyce Milgaard, tireless activist mother of wrongfully convicted son, dies

TORONTO — Joyce Milgaard, who spent decades fighting tirelessly for the exoneration of her wrongfully convicted son, David Milgaard, has died after a lengthy illness, his brother said on Sunday.
Parliament set to reconvene on Tuesday to pass COVID-19 measures with fewer MPs

Parliament set to reconvene on Tuesday to pass COVID-19 measures with fewer MPs

OTTAWA — The House of Commons will reconvene Tuesday to vote on measures aimed at easing the burden of COVID-19 on individuals and businesses.
Canadian scientists fight coronavirus pandemic on dozens of fronts

Canadian scientists fight coronavirus pandemic on dozens of fronts

Public health officials across Canada and around the world are working flat out to test as many people as possible for the novel coronavirus. Srinivas Murthy is working to figure out how to help them if the result is positive.
Opposition must take different approach in COVID-19 fight, says Andrew Scheer

Opposition must take different approach in COVID-19 fight, says Andrew Scheer

OTTAWA — The unprecedented nature of the economic and health crisis created by COVID-19 means the Conservatives are finessing their approach to their role as the Official Opposition, says leader Andrew Scheer.
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