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U.S. Customs and Border Protection requested 1,000 troops on Canada border

U.S. Customs and Border Protection requested 1,000 troops on Canada border

"Canada and the U.S. have the longest unmilitarized border in the world, and it is very much in both of our interests for it to remain that way," said the Prime Minister.
Researchers balancing scientific rigour with speed to find COVID-19 treatment

Researchers balancing scientific rigour with speed to find COVID-19 treatment

OTTAWA — Researchers in the race against time to provide a proven treatment for COVID-19 will have to balance speed with scientific rigour, according to global experts.
'Strongly' and diplomatically, Canada tries to block U.S. soldiers at border

'Strongly' and diplomatically, Canada tries to block U.S. soldiers at border

WASHINGTON — The federal Liberal government used some of the sternest language diplomacy allows Thursday as it condemned a White House proposal to send soldiers to the Canada-U.S. border, ostensibly to keep illegal migrants from spreading COVID-19.
Words to remember: Canadian newsmakers have their say on COVID-19

Words to remember: Canadian newsmakers have their say on COVID-19

A look at some of the top quotes from across Canada on Thursday in relation to COVID-19: "One should not be embarrassed to go in a food bank. It is not your fault that you have lost your job in the past few days, in the past few weeks.
Benefit to COVID-19 impacted workers may be model for future: Qualtrough

Benefit to COVID-19 impacted workers may be model for future: Qualtrough

OTTAWA — The newly created benefit for workers whose livelihoods are affected by COVID-19 may be a model for how the federal government helps unemployed Canadians in the future, Employment Minister Carla Qualtrough said Thursday.
Trudeau says refusing to self-isolate after travelling is 'dangerous'

Trudeau says refusing to self-isolate after travelling is 'dangerous'

OTTAWA — Canadians who ignored the government's request to isolate at home after coming back from a trip abroad endangered the lives of others, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Thursday.
Freedom-of-information requests shunted to sidelines during virus crisis

Freedom-of-information requests shunted to sidelines during virus crisis

OTTAWA — As government agencies across Canada focus strained resources on protecting people from COVID-19, efforts to respond to freedom-of-information requests from the public are slowing or even stopping altogether.
Hockey gear manufacturer Bauer gets green light to make visors for medical staff

Hockey gear manufacturer Bauer gets green light to make visors for medical staff

MONTREAL — Canadian hockey equipment manufacturer Bauer says it has received government authorization to produce protective gear for medical staff and first responders.
COVID-19 cases, deaths climb despite restrictions; experts warn of 'cures'

COVID-19 cases, deaths climb despite restrictions; experts warn of 'cures'

TORONTO — The unrelenting climb in COVID-19 cases in Canada continued Thursday amid tightening restrictions aimed at curbing the pandemic as experts warned against prescribing or using unproven cures for the disease that has killed 39 people and infe

Ontario college sends respiratory therapists to work ahead of schedule

The regulatory body for Ontario's respiratory therapists is fast-tracking the certification of final-year students as officials warn the COVID-19 pandemic could stretch the medical field too thin.
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