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:

 

Install the COVID-19 App from Google Play Install the COVID-19 App from the App Store

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The Latest COVID-19 News in Canada

So-called "puppy scammers" could cost Canadians up to $2M by the end of the year, according to the Better Business Bureau.... Read more
Published: 56 minutes ago
Source: CityNews Vancouver
By Gregbowman
One year since a hand signal was created as a way for victims of abuse to discreetly ask for help, the Canadian Women’s Foundation has found few are well prepared to respond. The foundation has now launched a free course to teach people how to support someone facing gender-based violence.... Read more
Published: 8 hours ago
Source: CityNews Vancouver
By Caryn Ceolin
Tens of millions of doses of COVID-19 vaccines are likely about to expire and go to waste because of a failure to manage an oversupply of doses, at an estimated cost of about $1 billion, Canada’s auditor general reported Tuesday. Karen Hogan has released the results of her office’s investigation... Read more
Published: 11 hours ago
Source: CityNews Vancouver
By Lucas Casaletto
Equifax says total consumer debt rose 7.3 per cent from 2021. This comes as the Bank of Canada is set to hike its interest rate.... Read more
Published: 12 hours ago
Source: CityNews Vancouver
By Hana Mae Nassar
"In other words, fasten your seatbelt" The post The Year Ahead: Business in 2023 appeared first on Macleans.ca.... Read more
Published: 12 hours ago
Source: Macleans.ca
By Dave Zarum
"It seems patrons do not want a side of exhaust with their brunch" The post The Year Ahead: Food in 2023 appeared first on Macleans.ca.... Read more
Published: 12 hours ago
Source: Macleans.ca
By Dave Zarum
Universities incorporating Indigenous education, inflated post-secondary grades and student protests are in store The post The Year Ahead: Education in 2023 appeared first on Macleans.ca.... Read more
Published: 12 hours ago
Source: Macleans.ca
By Dave Zarum
The future of ER's, the next viral pathogen and COVID long-haulers shape health-care in the year to come The post The Year Ahead: Health in 2023 appeared first on Macleans.ca.... Read more
Published: 12 hours ago
Source: Macleans.ca
By Dave Zarum
Hybrid work and inter-generational housing becomes the new normal, while access to MAID becomes a hot-button topic The post The Year Ahead: Society in 2023 appeared first on Macleans.ca.... Read more
Published: 12 hours ago
Source: Macleans.ca
By Dave Zarum
Electric air taxis, an EV revolution, warp-speed Internet, and more in store in new Canadian tech The post The Year Ahead: Science and Technology in 2023 appeared first on Macleans.ca.... Read more
Published: 12 hours ago
Source: Macleans.ca
By Dave Zarum
A massive market correction, a NIMBY battle, and rents rise amid questions over supply The post The Year Ahead: Real Estate in 2023 appeared first on Macleans.ca.... Read more
Published: 12 hours ago
Source: Macleans.ca
By Dave Zarum
There is a clear need to improve the standard of care for people living with MS. Fostering cross-sector collaboration can bring us one step closer. The post Re-defining innovation in MS—and the power of partnership to get us there appeared first on Macleans.ca.... Read more
Published: 12 hours ago
Source: Macleans.ca
By Jenna Mohammed
A bike lane in Stanley Park will be no more following a vote from the Vancouver Park Board that will see it removed immediately.... Read more
Published: 23 hours ago
Source: CityNews Vancouver
By Gregbowman
The B.C. government is pushing parents to make sure their kids are protected with flu shots by having a vaccine blitz this coming weekend.... Read more
Published: 1 day ago
Source: CityNews Vancouver
By Gregbowman