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Two miners at the Hope Bay gold mine in Nunavut have tested positive for COVID-19. These are the first cases for the territory, but since they didn’t originate in Nunavut, they’ll instead be counted in other jurisdictions.
Canada’s Chief Medical Officer of Health Dr. Theresa Tam has urged Canadians to “redouble their efforts” to help slow the spread of the novel coronavirus.
Several provinces including B.C., Alberta, Manitoba, Ontario and Quebec are seeing a resurgence of the novel coronavirus, with new daily average cases at least doubling since last month in many regions.
American business executive Liz Uihlein, who has campaigned against COVID-19 restrictions, says she was granted a special exemption from Canadian quarantine rules for a 36-hour business trip to Toronto.
Many people wish for lower tax bills and more money in their bank accounts.But a group of young, rich Canadians want the federal government to tax them more.
Mary Duckworth has been removed as Chief of Caldwell First Nation effective immediately, CBC News has learned. A private memo obtained by CBC said council removed Duckworth as chief over allegations of violations and breaches of policy.
Roughly 250 people have been sent home from John Pritchard School as the number of COVID-19 cases at the school climbed to seven, Manitoba’s education minister said on Wednesday.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau takes questions after finishing two and a half days of cabinet meetings in Ottawa.
As schools reopen across much of the country, some are voicing concern about the rising number of COVID-19 cases among students and that not enough is being done to protect both children and teachers.
Some parents might have looked longingly at provinces with an e-learning option this fall, but getting virtual schools off the ground has proven to be a significant challenge, with parents feeling left in the dark, enrolment lists in flux and teachers still being hired or reassigned as classes get underway.