While Canadian businesses wait for Parliament to approve a $73-billion wage subsidy program, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is expected to highlight today another measure that will tide some companies over in the meantime.
Yemen's internationally recognized government Friday announced the first confirmed case of coronavirus in the war-torn country, stoking fears that an outbreak could devastate an already crippled health care system.
Across Japan, tens of thousands of volunteers registered to help or host athletes and participants at the Tokyo 2020 Games. For many, the delay of the Games came as a personal blow, after sometimes years of preparations and dreaming.
Secretary-General Antonio Guterres warned the U.N. Security Council on Thursday that the coronavirus pandemic is threatening international peace and security potentially leading to an increase in social unrest and violence.
From California to Colorado to Georgia and New York, Americans are taking a moment each night at 8 p.m. to howl in a quickly spreading ritual that has become a wrenching response of a society cut off from one another by the coronavirus pandemic.
A Canadian health expert believes a lack of resources on an international level led to the limitation of how many Canadians could be tested for COVID-19, but says other testing options are on the horizon.