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

BRUNSWICK, Me. (AP) — Robert Bukaty has covered nearly every type of story and event for The Associated Press in his 30-year career, from the somber to the exhilarating: a mass shooting, COVID-19, presidents, political campaigns, ski racing – a…... Read more
Published: 9 hours ago
Source: The Star
By Robert F. Bukaty The Associated Press
A key lesson of COVID is that the best time to fight a forest fire is before it takes off.... Read more
Published: 9 hours ago
Source: The Star
Prices have fallen since the height of the pandemic, but the used car market remains hot. Experts chime in on what to watch for when shopping used.... Read more
Published: 13 hours ago
Source: The Star
For the nation’s bicycle shops, the past few years have probably felt like the business version of the Tour de France, with numerous twists and turns testing their endurance.... Read more
Published: 2 days ago
Source: The Star
By Mae Anderson The Associated Press
A new plan will see a portion of Beach Avenue reopened to two-way vehicle traffic, as well as a designated curbside lane for parking.... Read more
Published: 2 days ago
Source: CityNews Vancouver
By Charles Brockman
The City of Vancouver's plan to reopen Beach Avenue to two-way traffic near Stanley Park isn't going over well with some active transportation advocates.... Read more
Published: 3 days ago
Source: CityNews Vancouver
By Charlie Carey
A growing number of Canadians pay out of pocket for MRIs, hip replacements, even family doctor visits. How a two-tiered system crept into Canada.... Read more
Published: 3 days ago
Source: Macleans.ca
By Christina Frangou
New numbers released by Statistics Canada (StatCan) suggest extreme weather is creating a huge problem right across the country.... Read more
Published: 3 days ago
Source: CityNews Vancouver
By Charlie Carey
TORONTO - Canadians are continuing to be laid off as part of a wave of job cuts that began in 2023 as companies assessed their operations after the height of the COVID-19 pandemic passed.... Read more
Published: 3 days ago
Source: The Star
By The Canadian Press
RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — Republican lawmakers in North Carolina are pushing forward with their plan to repeal a pandemic-era law that allowed the wearing of masks in public for health reasons, a move spurred in part by demonstrations against the…... Read more
Published: 3 days ago
Source: The Star
By Makiya Seminera The Associated Press
Outgoing Toronto Public Health chief Dr. Eileen de Villa says her staff bonded like soldiers fighting a war during the COVID-19 epidemic. De Villa, who leaves her post Dec. 31, says he has lots of work left including seeking federal…... Read more
Published: 4 days ago
Source: The Star
The Canadian Real Estate Association says the number of home sales in April rose 10.1 per cent compared with a year ago, but attributed the gain primarily to the early Easter long weekend. The increase came as the average price of a home sold last month amounted to $703,446, down... Read more
Published: 4 days ago
Source: CityNews Vancouver
By News Staff
RCMP has released its crime statistics in the city of Surrey for 2023, and violent crimes and property crimes have decreased in comparison to 2022.... Read more
Published: 4 days ago
Source: CityNews Vancouver
By Aasthapandeykanaan