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The number of COVID-19 cases continues to climb in Nova Scotia, where 26 new cases were reported Wednesday.
An Orillia, Ont. couple who were married for 58 years died just days apart, both of COVID-19.
Titled COVID-19 as a Tool of Information Confrontation: Russia’s Approach, the article claims Russia is waging a war of disinformation centering around the COVID-19 pandemic.
Alberta confirmed 117 cases of COVID-19 Wednesday, the largest daily total in Alberta to date.
Public health officials have confirmed a second COVID-19-related death in Waterloo Region.
The drug is called hydroxychloroquine, a tough name that could help in the fight of a tough virus.
Montreal police were called to a ritual Jewish bath in Cote-Saint-Luc to ask a group that had gathered there to leave.
Ottawa's Darren Campbell says he spent nine days in hospital after testing positive for COVID-19. He is now at home continuing to recover in isolation.
The province of Saskatchewan announced its third death related to COVID-19 on Wednesday.
Prince Albert police have charged 28-year-old Nathaniel Kenneth Carrier with first-degree murder in the deaths of his son, 7-year-old Bentlee, and his parents, Denis Carrier and Sandra Henry.
Doug Ford warns a surge of COVID-19 cases will hit the province, adding there are dark days ahead and there is very little separating Ontario from the devastation seen in Italy and Spain.
It'll be a few months before things get back to "full normal life" in B.C., the province's provincial health officer said in her latest update on COVID-19.
Windsor police are asking the public’s help after a gun was fired during an alleged home invasion.
The Garden City Square Liquor Mart is currently closed for a deep cleaning after Manitoba Liquor and Lotteries said an employee there tested positive for COVID-19.