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IKEA Found A Bunch Of N95 Masks At Their Vaughan Store & Donated Them To A Hospital

66,000 masks were shipped to a nearby hospital. Since the COVID-19 pandemic has struck Canada, many hospitals are in need of protective equipment. IKEA Canada came to the rescue on Thursday after discovering 66,000 N95 masks in their Vaughan location. The furniture chain was quick to donate them to a nearby hospital.  …

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Canadians are hanging flags up around the country to show support for each other

Canadians across the country are supporting each other in the most patriotic way possible by hanging the nation’s flag wherever they can. People all over Canada have dusted off their flag and hung it outside as a show of solidarity for everyone self-isolating in a an attempt to slow the …

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Doug Ford just told tenants in Ontario they don’t have to pay rent if they can’t afford it

With the rent due date fast approaching and looming over the heads of Toronto renters who’ve recently lost their income due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many are wondering what to do when April 1 arrives.  But according to Ontario Premier Doug Ford, if you simply can’t afford your rent this month, …

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Ontario will now allow restaurants and bars to sell alcohol for takeout and delivery

In an effort to help struggling businesses in the restaurant industry throughout the COVID-19 global pandemic, Ontario is temporarily changing the rules surrounding alcohol delivery and takeout.  The Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario (AGCO) announced today that any licensed restaurant or bar in Ontario may now sell alcohol with delivery or takeout orders …

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Canadians can be fined up to $1M or face jail time for breaking mandatory self-isolation

A new order placed by the federal government makes self-isolation mandatory for anyone entering Canada, and with it comes fines along with possible jail time for failure to comply. This week, Patty Hajdu, Canada’s Minister of Health, announced an Emergency Order under the Quarantine Act that requires any person entering Canada by …

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Tim Hortons Canada Just Closed All Restaurants, Drive-Thru And Delivery

Tim Horton’s, the one place where doors are normally open even when everything else is closed, is shutting down across Canada. The change will take into effect as of Monday . While takeout and eat-in dining is no longer available, customers also will not be able to use the drive-thru or …

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Canada’s Quarantine Act Means Fines & Jail Time For People Who Won’t Self-Isolate

On Wednesday, March 25, the federal government stepped up its measures to control the spread of COVID-19 within the country. Its latest move, which includes implementing mandatory isolation, has had many people wondering what is the Quarantine Act? Canada has a number of questions about the resulting protocols, and the answers look …

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Bauer In Quebec Is Making Protective Shields For Medical Workers Instead Of Hockey Gear

Canadians are turning to what they know in order to help out. Bauer is the latest company to lend a hand during the outbreak of COVID-19 in Canada. They’ve gone from making hockey equipment to protective masks for doctors. The company shared photos of the face shields they are working on …

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There are now over 3000 coronavirus cases in Canada and 30 deaths

There are now over 3,000 cases of coronavirus in Canada and there have been 30 deaths linked to the virus, as of March 25. Quebec has 1,339 cases, Ontario has 688, British Columbia has 617, Alberta has 358, Saskatchewan has 72, Nova Scotia has 68, Newfoundland has 67, Manitoba has 35, New …

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A Canadian Has Been Arrested For Refusing To Self-Isolate & She Could Go To Jail

Police in Newfoundland are proving that they’re prepared to take social distancing in Canada very seriously. A 53-year-old woman was arrested on Tuesday for violating public health emergency orders, when she refused to self-isolate after returning from a trip. She now faces a stint in jail and a fine of up to …

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