The Ministry of Health reported 412 new cases of COVID-19 in Ontario, after performing 11,028 tests in its latest 24-hour stretch. It now marks the sixth straight day that the province has failed to meet its goal of 16,000 tests a day, or its max capacity of 21,000. It’s...
One additional resident of the Northwood long-term care home in Halifax Regional Municipality has died. Of the province’s 29 total deaths, 23 of them have been residents of the long-term care facility. Health officials have also diagnosed 12 patients with COVID-19, increasing Nova Scotia’s case count to 959. Among the province’s...
Loblaw Companies Ltd. turned itself in to authorities to avoid facing criminal charges and fines for fixing bread prices, said it would offer $25 gift cards to customers, and promised it had taken steps to ensure it wouldn’t happen again. According to a report from the Toronto Star, Loblaws—which operates...
One more resident of the Northwood long-term care home in Halifax Regional Municipality has died after contracting COVID-19. Of the province’s 28 fatalities, 22 of them have been linked to the long-term care home. In all of Nova Scotia, there are 935 confirmed cases of COVID-19 after 20 new patients were...
The Ministry of Health reported 31 fatalities 413 new cases of COVID-19 in Ontario, increasing its totals to 1,993 and 24,187, respectively. Health officials were able to identify the new patients after completing 10,506 tests for COVID-19 in the province’s latest 24-hour stretch, setting a positive test rate of 3.9...
In the province’s first update since Saturday, Dr. Bonnie Henry announced 53 new diagnoses and three new deaths due to COVID-19. British Columbia now has a total of 2,224 cases and 117 deaths. New modelling data was also presented at today’s update with officials estimating the province can reach -...
A man in his 60s and a woman in her 40s were rushed to hospital in critical condition after the shooting at a home near Clementine Dr. and Pergola Way in Brampton. Police said they believe the shooting is an isolated incident. Const. Bancroft Wright told reporters a male suspect...
The Ministry of Health has reported 568 more cases in Ontario over its latest 24-hour stretch, marking the biggest increase in reported diagnoses. The update brings Ontario’s case count to 10,578. Among those cases are 553 deaths, after the Ministry of Health also announced 39 more fatalities since yesterday. The...
The Ministry of Health recorded 258 new cases of COVID-19, the fewest Ontario has reported since March 29. The province completed 17,429 tests, the third-most it has in a 24-hour stretch, leading to a 1.48 per cent positive test rate (the lowest since March 17 when 963 tests were completed,...
Public health officials in Ontario reported 478 newly confirmed cases of COVID-19 on Friday, an 8.3 per cent increase that brings the provincial total to 6,237. The province's official death toll now sits at 222. Confirmed cases of COVID-19 climbed to 407 in Nova Scotia, with the province announcing 34...