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Prince Edward Island says there are no new cases of COVID-19 in the province, with the total number of cases remaining at 22.
There is now a fire ban for the entire 'Fire Region of Ontario.'
As details about the coronavirus and its spread changes by the minute, it seems advice from health authorities, including here in Alberta, shifts just as quickly.
Four Albertans are a million dollars richer this weekend. There were no big winners in Friday’s Lotto Max jackpot draw, but the Western Canada Lottery Corporation said four winning Max-Million tickets were sold in the province.
As the Ontario government continues to manage the outbreak of COVID-19, the list of essential business has been updated.
The City of London is taking more steps in in an effort to enhance physical distancing measures on sidewalks, roads and in parks.
Quebec confirms 14 new COVID-19 deaths as cases in the province reach almost 7,000 as of Saturday.
The Ottawa Hospital has declared a COVID-19 outbreak in an inpatient unit at its Civic Campus.
Saskatchewan is now up to 231 COVID-19 cases with the addition of 11 more confirmed on Saturday, according to a release from the province.
A Saskatchewan woman who drove drunk and killed a family of four in a highway crash has been granted day parole.
The Ontario government has issued another province-wide emergency alert after public health officials confirmed 27 more deaths related to COVID-19 and 375 new cases of the virus on Saturday.
The store owner said the pharmacy will not longer sell the masks after hearing “there’s a shortage on these product and it should go to hospitals” because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
A couple that is refusing to self-isolate after recently returning to Canada is sparking concern from the North Cowichan community.
Provincial police are warning Ontario residents and businesses they will lay charges to those who aren’t complying with the government restrictions to combat the spread of COVID-19.
With N-95 masks being reserved for front line workers, some Manitobans are taking matters into their own hands and sewing homemade masks for people in the community.