Thousands still flying into Canadian airports amid COVID-19 restrictions

While U.S. and other international flights coming into Canada have been significantly curtailed since the outbreak of COVID-19, thousands of passengers are still arriving each week at the country’s airports. It’s an issue... Read more »

Coronavirus: What’s happening in Canada on May 25

The latest: Quebec and Ontario reported the vast majority of Canada’s new coronavirus cases on Monday, as the number of confirmed and presumptive infections across the country rose to more than 85,000. Quebec reported 573... Read more »

Coronavirus: What’s happening in Canada on May 26

The latest: Quebec and Ontario reported the vast majority of Canada’s new coronavirus cases on Monday, as the number of confirmed and presumptive infections across the country rose to more than 85,000. Quebec reported 573... Read more »

Coronavirus: What’s happening in Canada on Friday

The latest: Montreal’s mayor is calling on people to do their part and follow public health guidelines ahead of a planned reopening of some retail shops on the hard-hit island, which has reported... Read more »

Will pandemic lead to an exodus from downtown office towers? Don’t count on it

Companies with offices in tall downtown towers across Canada face big challenges related to COVID-19. In addition to ensuring the cleanliness and safety of the workplace before employees return, there’s the issue... Read more »

Canada is reopening without knowing where Canadians are getting COVID-19

Canada is emerging from months of lockdown, but key questions remain unanswered about where Canadians are getting infected with COVID-19 and why case levels remain high in our hardest-hit provinces. Ontario and... Read more »

Hard-hit Quebec, Ontario continue to face questions about ramping up COVID-19 testing

The latest: Health officials in Saskatchewan are opening up coronavirus testing, saying as of Monday anyone who works outside the home will be able to get a COVID-19 test — even if they aren’t... Read more »

COVID-19 infections skyrocket among troops deployed in long-term care homes

The Department of National Defence says 28 Canadian service members — 12 in Ontario and 16 in Quebec — have tested positive for the novel coronavirus after serving in long-term care facilities in both... Read more »

PM offering provinces, territories help to ‘scale up’ testing, contact tracing

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said today the federal government is willing to help the provinces and territories increase their testing and contact tracing capabilities — two factors seen as vital to Canada’s... Read more »

Calls grow for more testing as Canada braces for a 2nd wave of COVID-19 cases

The latest: Health officials in Saskatchewan are opening up coronavirus testing, saying as of Monday anyone who works outside the home will be able to get a COVID-19 test — even if they aren’t... Read more »