The latest news on the COVID-19 global pandemic (all times Eastern): 7:15 p.m. B.C. is reporting 52 new cases of COVID-19 since Saturday, including five more deaths. This brings the death total to 86 and the total number of cases to 1,699. Provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry says the testing strategy is...
Quebec reached a grim milestone on Tuesday, as the province reported an additional 102 COVID-19-related deaths. The province also reported an additional 807 cases, bringing the total number of cases in Quebec to 20,126. - Nova Scotia reports another COVID-19 death Sixteen new cases were identified in Nova Scotia on Tuesday,...
Health officials reported 551 more cases and 38 more deaths in Ontario on Tuesday. This brings the provincial total number of cases and deaths to 11,735 and 584 respectively. The majority of the cases identified in Ontario have been female (56.8 per cent) and people between the ages of 40...
Since Saturday, there have been five deaths in the province related to COVID-19, announced Dr. Bonnie Henry on Monday. The death toll in the province is now at 86. Fifty-two new cases were also identified, bringing the total number of cases in the province to 1,699. Henry stressed that social distancing...
Health officials in the province announced on Monday that four more people with COVID-19 had died, bringing Alberta’s death toll to 59. Two of the people were residents of a long-term care facility, one was a worker at the Cargill meat-processing plant in her 60s, and the fourth was an...
At least 18 people, including an RCMP officer and the suspect, have died after a shooting rampage in Nova Scotia over the weekend, marking the worst mass shooting in Canada’s history. On Monday, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau confirmed that at least 18 individuals died in the shooting, providing his condolences...
The Vancouver Aquarium says it is facing bankruptcy and could be forced to close permanently if it can't arrange emergency funding. A statement from the facility says animal care and habitat costs for 70,000 animals exceed $1 million a month but revenues have dropped to almost zero since the COVID-19...
Medically-trained members of the Canadian Armed Forces began to assess the situation in the province's long-term care homes Saturday. Around 125 nursing officers, medical technicians and support personnel have been sent to help after Quebec asked Ottawa for assistance earlier this week. Lt.-Cmdr. Heather Galbraith, a physician in the Royal Canadian...
A total of 316 people have been diagnosed with COVID-19 as of Monday, and 238 people have recovered from it. Travel exposure accounts for 134 of the cases, mass gatherings or close contact make up a further 132, 30 have no known exposure and 20 are under investigation. Four...
One additional positive test for COVID-19 has been returned in Manitoba, bringing the provincial total to 254. There are 105 active cases and 144 people who have recovered from COVID-19. The death toll in the province due to COVID-19 has risen to six. The latest casualty is reported to be...