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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COVID-19 in Canada – Live

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

Pharmacists in British Columbia say they welcome an expansion of their powers to prescribe some drugs and give vaccines.... Read more
Published: 3 hours ago
Source: CityNews Vancouver
By Charliecarey
Published: 5 hours ago
Source: The Star
Published: 5 hours ago
Source: The Star
Health Canada says Canadians ages 12 and up can now be given the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 booster vaccine that targets the BA.4 and BA.5 strains of the Omicron variant. Health Minister Jean-Yves Duclos and Health Canada officials are scheduled to discuss the approval in detail later today. More to come... Read more
Published: 7 hours ago
Source: CityNews Vancouver
By John Marchesan
Health Minister Jean-Yves Duclos and Health Canada officials are scheduled to discuss the approval in detail later today.... Read more
Published: 7 hours ago
Source: The Star
BC Ferries has cancelled two Friday morning sailings due to a staffing shortage, affecting routes between Tsawwassen and Swartz Bay.... Read more
Published: 8 hours ago
Source: CityNews Vancouver
By Charliecarey
Studying abroad had always appealed to Marina Melanidis, but financially, it was out of the question. At 19, she was living with her parents to save money and making 90-minute… The post Program puts overseas study in reach appeared first on Macleans.ca.... Read more
Published: 9 hours ago
Source: Macleans.ca
By Ghislain Erenati
Athabasca University lets you study anywhere, at your own pace Like his family before him, Tyler Harbaruk imagined a lifelong career in the oil and gas industry. Growing up in… The post Open minded appeared first on Macleans.ca.... Read more
Published: 9 hours ago
Source: Macleans.ca
By Ghislain Erenati
Created for Like his family before him, Tyler Harbaruk imagined a lifelong career in the oil and gas industry. Growing up in the oilpatch town of Macklin, Sask., it was… The post Athabasca University lets you study anywhere, at your own pace appeared first on Macleans.ca.... Read more
Published: 9 hours ago
Source: Macleans.ca
By Ghislain Erenati
In today’s Big Story podcast, bananas are the cheapest fruit around, and Canadians eat them by the millions. In fact during the pandemic and our current spike of inflation, bananas have only become cheaper — one of just a handful of foods to do so. But even still, some Canadians... Read more
Published: 10 hours ago
Source: CityNews Vancouver
By Patricia D'Cunha
*CONTENT WARNING: Mentions of suicide, miscarriage and infant loss* October is pregnancy and infant loss awareness month — a topic widely veiled in a culture of silence. A new short film explores the feelings of guilt and shame surrounding the concepts of miscarriages, abortions and other reasons for infant loss,... Read more
Published: 22 hours ago
Source: CityNews Vancouver
By Dee Burman
A group of UBC students is trying to help NASA by teaching a computer to read news articles on Reddit in an effort to predict landslides.... Read more
Published: 1 day ago
Source: CityNews Vancouver
By Gregbowman
The B.C. government has introduced legislation to permanently cap fees charged to restaurants and businesses by food delivery companies.... Read more
Published: 1 day ago
Source: CityNews Vancouver
By Hana Mae Nassar
FOR YEARS NOW, businesses and policymakers have warned of the so-called skills shortage in Canada. Most Canadians have heard about the urgent need for more employees with science and… The post High demand for financial planners ensures long-term job security appeared first on Macleans.ca.... Read more
Published: 1 day ago
Source: Macleans.ca
By Ghislain Erenati