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Tree planting delayed in BC interior due to coronavirus fears

Tree planting delayed in BC interior due to coronavirus fears

The current coronavirus pandemic has shed uncertainty onto this year's reforestation season in British Columbia’s interior.

Sam McGriskin Sam McGriskin
Trudeau government admits they weren't prepared for coronavirus

Trudeau government admits they weren't prepared for coronavirus

Health Minister Patty Hajdu said that Canada "likely did not have enough" medical equipment ready ahead of the global coronavirus pandemic in Ottawa on Tuesday.

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz Roberto Wakerell-Cruz
No known motive for Alberta double homicide

No known motive for Alberta double homicide

Two men were murdered near Siebert Lake, north of Edmonton over the weekend. Morris Cardinal, 57, and Jake Sansom, 39, were found dead from gunshot wounds.

Quinn Patrick Quinn Patrick
Canadians rush to draft online wills  amidst coronavirus crisis

Canadians rush to draft online wills amidst coronavirus crisis

Many Canadians have begun drawing up their wills and signing powers of attorney over the past two weeks as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.

Quinn Patrick Quinn Patrick
'Industrial powerhouse': Ford announces $50 million to repurpose factories for medical supplies

'Industrial powerhouse': Ford announces $50 million to repurpose factories for medical supplies

Doug Ford has called on the province's businesses to "mobilize Ontario's manufacturing might" in order to build more medical supplies.

Nico Johnson Nico Johnson
WATCH: Scheer calls out China on coronavirus response, numbers

WATCH: Scheer calls out China on coronavirus response, numbers

Andrew Scheer has called for accountability on China's part for their response to the now-global coronavirus pandemic.

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz Roberto Wakerell-Cruz
Canadians can expect quarantine to last at least another three months

Canadians can expect quarantine to last at least another three months

Canadians can expect to stay in self-isolation for the next three months according to Toronto’s top doctor, Dr. Eileen de Villa.

Quinn Patrick Quinn Patrick
Trudeau gives updates on emergency funding for Canadians

Trudeau gives updates on emergency funding for Canadians

Justin Trudeau addressed media again today from Rideau Cottage in Ottawa.

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz Roberto Wakerell-Cruz
BREAKING: Quebec to restrict travel between Ontario and Quebec

BREAKING: Quebec to restrict travel between Ontario and Quebec

The Quebec government has announced travel restrictions between Ontario and Quebec as part of an effort to slow the spread of coronavirus.

Nico Johnson Nico Johnson
Trudeau government refuses to give info on medical equipment shortages

Trudeau government refuses to give info on medical equipment shortages

Opposition MPs have told parliment's health committee that they can't get answers over Canada's medical equipment shortage.

Nico Johnson Nico Johnson
Child predator ski coach gets parole after serving just one third of sentence

Child predator ski coach gets parole after serving just one third of sentence

Bertrand Charest who was previously a national ski coach was convicted of several sex-related crimes involving young women has received a conditional release

Sam McGriskin Sam McGriskin
WARTIME SPENDING: $350 BILLION granted to Trudeau government to fight coronavirus

WARTIME SPENDING: $350 BILLION granted to Trudeau government to fight coronavirus

Pandemic relief programs will cost the country #350 billion dollars, a hefty sum larger than the entire 2019 federal budget, according to Blacklock's Reporter.

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz Roberto Wakerell-Cruz
Trudeau's public safety minister wants early release of prisoners due to coronavirus

Trudeau's public safety minister wants early release of prisoners due to coronavirus

Public Safety Minister Bill Blair has advised the federal prison service to consider early release for offenders in order to prevent the spread of coronavirus in prisons.

Barrett Wilson Barrett Wilson
Calgary forced to lay-off 1,200 city employees due to coronavirus

Calgary forced to lay-off 1,200 city employees due to coronavirus

The city of Calgary has laid off approximately 1,200 employees due to the economic halt caused by the coronavirus pandemic.

Quinn Patrick Quinn Patrick
RCMP says people who claim to have coronavirus are threatening to cough on officers

RCMP says people who claim to have coronavirus are threatening to cough on officers

The Mounties have collected multiple reports of this type of threat over the past several days.

Sam McGriskin Sam McGriskin