COVID-19 in Canada

This is your source for all COVID-19 / coronavirus based news from official news sources within Canada.

COVID-19 in Canada

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The Latest Announcements from Justin Trudeau

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Coping with COVID-19 Anxiety

Anxiety Canada discusses coping mechanisms during the pandemic.

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Canada COVID-19 Symptom Self-Assessment Tool & App

This self-assessment tool and app will let you receive the latest updates, trusted resources, and self-assess your symptoms.

You can access the self-assessment tool on the web here.

OR, install the Support App and Self-Assessment Tool for your mobile device:

 

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The Latest COVID-19 News in Canada

B.C. could be in for a busy wildfire season, so the pressure is on to make sure there are enough crews to fight the flames this summer.... Read more
Published: 1 hour ago
Source: NEWS 1130
By nikithamartins
NFL players must decide by July 2 if they plan to opt out of playing this season due to COVID-19 concerns, though voluntary opt-outs will not be paid any stipend this year. In a memo sent to clubs Wednesday and obtained by The Associated Press, the league and the NFL... Read more
Published: 2 hours ago
Source: NEWS 1130
By News Staff
LONDON (AP) — Buckingham Palace has for the first time released figures on the ethnic makeup of its staff, following the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s allegations of racism in the royal family. The Royal Household said Thursday that 8.5% of its staff come from ethnic minorities, compared with a... Read more
Published: 3 hours ago
Source: NEWS 1130
By News Staff
More than 50,000 people in B.C. received their second dose of a COVID-19 vaccine in the past day. The province recorded 87 new cases and one death.... Read more
Published: 4 hours ago
Source: NEWS 1130
By Denise Wong
SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (AP) — Health officials in Puerto Rico took to the beaches on Wednesday to vaccinate people as crowds began to arrive to celebrate a local tradition. Dozens of doses were administered near the ocean in the capital of Puerto Rico, a U.S. territory of 3.3 million... Read more
Published: 4 hours ago
Source: NEWS 1130
By News Staff
Phil Nuytten, 79, created the 2.1 metre-tall, 1,400 lb apparatus designed to keep any human pilot inside from being squeezed to death by the pressures of the deep sea The post The prolific Canadian inventor behind the ‘Ironsuit’ appeared first on Macleans.ca.... Read more
Published: 4 hours ago
Source: Macleans.ca
By Anthony A. Davis
WASHINGTON (AP) — With one week to go before the nationwide ban on evictions expires, the White House is acknowledging that the emergency pandemic protection will have to end at some point. The trick is devising the right sort of “off-ramp” to make the transition without massive social upheaval. White... Read more
Published: 5 hours ago
Source: NEWS 1130
By News Staff
SAVANNAH, Ga. (AP) — Salvage crews who have spent seven months dismantling an overturned cargo ship along the Georgia coast may turn to using explosives to cut through some of the thickest steel on the remaining half of the hulking vessel. The multiagency command overseeing demolition of the South Korean... Read more
Published: 5 hours ago
Source: NEWS 1130
By News Staff
RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) — Brazilian Environment Minister Ricardo Salles announced his resignation Wednesday, giving up his post amid sharp criticism of his tenure and two investigations into his actions involving allegedly illegal timber operations. The move comes as talks with the U.S. government aimed at curbing Amazon deforestation have... Read more
Published: 5 hours ago
Source: NEWS 1130
By News Staff
In a bid to help protect staff and residents from COVID-19 variants, rapid testing is being expanded at long-term care homes around the province.... Read more
Published: 5 hours ago
Source: NEWS 1130
By nikithamartins
OTTAWA — Canada’s public health agency says the COVID-19 pandemic drove an increasingly deadly overdose crisis last year that continues to take lives and corrode communities. Grim new numbers from the agency show 6,214 people suffered opioid-related deaths in 2020 — 17 deaths per day on average — compared to... Read more
Published: 5 hours ago
Source: NEWS 1130
By News Staff
The Canadian co-founder of Moderna says he’s proud to have won a prestigious European science award, which esteemed scientists such as Stephen Hawking have won in the past.  Derrick Rossi, who was born in Toronto and now lives in the Boston area, says he won the 2021 Princess of Asturias... Read more
Published: 5 hours ago
Source: NEWS 1130
By News Staff
Due to COVID-19 concerns, Vancouver won't play any Eastern Conference teams this season and will instead face off against each of their provincial rivals 12 times... Read more
Published: 6 hours ago
Source: The Province
By Steve Ewen
WASHINGTON (AP) — Joe Lieberman was back on Capitol Hill on Tuesday testifying in support of the Democratic push for Washington, D.C., statehood. Then he met privately with Sen. Lindsey Graham, one of the many Republicans who fiercely oppose such a move. It was a classic agenda for Lieberman, the... Read more
Published: 6 hours ago
Source: NEWS 1130
By News Staff