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COVID-19 conspiracies creating a 'public health crisis' in Canada, experts say

COVID-19 conspiracies creating a 'public health crisis' in Canada, experts say

MONTREAL — A lively crowd gathered outside Francois Legault's office in downtown Montreal in mid-July to send a message to the Quebec premier: his government cannot force them to wear masks in indoor public spaces to fight the spread of COVID-19.
Quebec seeing spike in drownings compared to rest of Canada: Lifesaving Society

Quebec seeing spike in drownings compared to rest of Canada: Lifesaving Society

MONTREAL — Quebec is seeing a spike in the number of reported drownings this year, having already surpassed its yearly death total in each of the past two years.
Canada extends peacekeeping mission despite Security Council loss

Canada extends peacekeeping mission despite Security Council loss

OTTAWA — Canada will provide a military transport plane to support United Nations peacekeeping missions for another year despite losing its bid for a temporary seat on the UN Security Council.

The latest numbers on COVID-19 in Canada for Aug. 2

The latest numbers of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Canada as of 8:20 p.m. on August 2, 2020: There are 116,884 confirmed cases in Canada.

NHL hit with criticism over English-only version of "O Canada" on Saturday

MONTREAL — The National Hockey League says it presented an English-only version of the Canadian national anthem on Saturday night because the Montreal Canadiens were considered the road team in their opening game of the league's restart against the P
COVID-19 blamed as work on military port first promised in 2007 sees new delay

COVID-19 blamed as work on military port first promised in 2007 sees new delay

OTTAWA — The construction of a new military refuelling station in the Arctic is facing yet another delay more than 13 years after it was first promised by the federal government.
Travel restrictions inspiring co-operation in border communities

Travel restrictions inspiring co-operation in border communities

When the COVID-19 pandemic closed the Canada-U.S. border to non-essential travel, Donna Peter suddenly lost access to her nearest source of bulk groceries.
Leave your deets when dining: Restaurants taking personal info to trace COVID-19

Leave your deets when dining: Restaurants taking personal info to trace COVID-19

TORONTO — As COVID-19 restrictions ease and restaurants start to welcome customers back, one thing Canadians may soon have to get used to is providing their personal information before they grab a bite.
How one Montreal long-term care home managed to keep COVID-19 away

How one Montreal long-term care home managed to keep COVID-19 away

MONTREAL — The Pavillon Camille-Lefebvre long-term care home in southwest Montreal houses some of the patients most vulnerable to succumbing to a pandemic, including 18 who live on ventilators full time.
N.L. Liberals to announce next leader, 14th premier during atypical convention Monday

N.L. Liberals to announce next leader, 14th premier during atypical convention Monday

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — Newfoundland and Labrador's 14th premier will be announced Monday during an unusual party leadership convention coloured by the COVID-19 pandemic.