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Justin Trudeau promises to help Canadians affected financially by the coronavirus outbreak

Justin Trudeau has promised a “significant fiscal package” to help Canadians who need to take time off amid the COVID-19 pandemic. On Friday afternoon, the Prime Minister said that Canadians should not have to worry about their ability to pay rent, buy groceries, or pay for extra child care due …

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Canada Is Warning Against All Non-Essential International Travel Because Of COVID-19

There’s been another escalation to try and limit the spread of COVID-19 in our country. Canada travel advisory warns against all non-essential international travel amid the pandemic. So you should reconsider any plans to leave the country. On March 13, it was announced that the government is suggesting people either postpone or …

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Shoppers Drug Mart hikes prices beyond belief amid coronavirus pandemic

Canadian consumers are slamming the country’s largest pharmacy chain this morning for jacking up prices on essential household hygiene items by more than 100 per cent during a global pandemic. Like many Toronto retailers, Shoppers Drug Martlocations have been slammed over the past 24 hours with people “panic shopping” as confirmed cases of …

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Trudeau Says Government Will Close Border To Stop Spread Of COVID -19

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says the federal government will warn Canadians against international travel and tightening the border to some international travellers. During an interview with Radio-Canada Montreal morning show, Trudeau said the government is not closing the door to any idea and is assessing the situation on a day-to-day basis. …

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Sophie Gregoire Trudeau tests positive for coronavirus

A statement late Thursday evening by the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) indicates Sophie Grégoire Trudeau, the wife of Justin Trudeau, has tested positive for COVID-19. Tests were conducted after she showed symptoms of a mild flu and a low-grade fever last night. However, she is said to be feeling well …

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Coke Canada halts some production after worker tests positive for coronavirus

Coke Canada Bottling has temporarily shut down production in parts of its Brampton, Ont., bottling plant in order to sterilize after a worker tested positive for the 2019 novel coronavirus. The company told CP24 on Thursday that a clerical employee who did not work anywhere near where Coca Cola is actually bottled was found …

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Schools In Canada Will Be Closed For 2 Weeks After March Break

All schools In Canada will be closed for two weeks after March Break due to concerns of the COVID-19 pandemic. The decision was based on advice from Dr. David Williams, Ontario’s Chief Medical Officer of Health and the experts at the coronavirus Command Table. The Minister of Education, Stephen Lecce, …

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A second NBA All-Star who just played against the Raptors has tested positive for coronavirus

Another NBA player on the Utah Jazz, who the Raptors played just a few nights ago, has tested positive for COVID-19.  Donovan Mitchell confirmed via Instagram that he does, in fact, have the virus, making him the second player in the league to be infected along with Rudy Gobert.  View this post on …

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Canada Is Hiring COVID-19 Nurses Across The Country & Salaries Start At $80,906

If you’re a Canadian nurse, you can join the fight against the coronavirus pandemic and make good money doing it. The Public Health Agency of Canada is hiring COVID-19 nurses in many cities across the country. If you’ve been on the hunt for nursing jobs in Canada, this opportunity will be …

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Canadian New Traffic Laws Tougher Than Ever, Starting Today

From speeding fines determined by your income to 35 years in jail for injuring someone in a highway construction zone, traffic laws vary significantly around the world — and even within Canada. SPEEDING FINES Drivers In : Ontario, Prince Edward Island,Newfoundland and Labrador,Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Quebec, Alberta, Saskatchewan, British …

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