A 35-year-old Halifax man has been ticketed $1,000 for failing to provide safe social distancing to others at a bus shelter. Halifax Regional Police say the ticket was issued at
Susan Cosgrove’s living room is currently occupied by a massive makeshift trampoline. The Toronto mom of three set up the unusual piece of furniture in an attempt to keep her
Colorado is taking aggressive steps to get critical protective gear on its own to combat the novel coronavirus outbreak, Gov. Jared Polis said on Wednesday. The state has gone straight
As the coronavirus pandemic continues to spread throughout several parts of Canada, the country hit 10,113 confirmed cases on Thursday. Ontario announced 401 more cases on April 2, putting the
With provincial and federal officials signalling that strict social distancing measures meant to reduce the transmission of the novel coronavirus could be in place until at least the summer, Canadians
Test swabs for the novel coronavirus taken in Haliburton County, the City of Kawartha Lakes or Northumberland County are now being taken to a lab in Kingston for a quicker
It’s all hands on deck amongst Ontario’s research community to find treatments and ultimately a vaccine for COVID-19, and though both are likely months away, major progress is being made.
There has been a spike of overdose deaths in Vancouver amid the COVID-19 crisis, city officials say. Vancouver police attended eight overdose-suspected deaths last week, the most since August 2019.
Toronto officials are taking steps to increase health measures in response to the worsening coronavirus pandemic, as the city has seen an increase of 500 per cent in the number
Premier Brian Pallister and Health Minister Cameron Friesen will hold a press conference at noon to update Manitobans on the latest COVID-19 measures in the province. The daily coronavirus update