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Containing COVID-19 outbreak to single B.C. mink farm essential, say experts image
Containing COVID-19 outbreak to single B.C. mink farm essential, say experts image
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The severity of the impact of a COVID-19 outbreak at a B.C. mink farm will depend on whether officials are able to contain it to a single facility, experts say. On Friday, the province confirmed that 200 mink at the farm had died, likely from the vir...



N.B. health officials warn of potential COVID-19 exposure after traveller tests positive – New Brunswick image
N.B. health officials warn of potential COVID-19 exposure after traveller tests positive – New Brunswick image
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Public health announced Friday that it has identified a positive case of COVID-19 in a traveller who may have been infectious on Dec. 4. According to health officials, the traveller was on the following flights: Air Canada Flight 8372 – from Fort McM...



‘Morale is horrible’: London, Ont., nurse alleges equipment issues, lack of break space at LHSC image
‘Morale is horrible’: London, Ont., nurse alleges equipment issues, lack of break space at LHSC image
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A nurse says London Health Sciences Centre staff have been “shortchanged” by an administration that failed to properly prepare for the second wave of the novel coronavirus pandemic and attempted to shift blame to front-line workers following cases am...



Death toll in Saskatchewan rises by 5 as coronavirus recoveries surpass 6K image
Death toll in Saskatchewan rises by 5 as coronavirus recoveries surpass 6K image
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Five coronavirus-related deaths were added to Saskatchewan’s death toll Wednesday for a total of 71, according to the provincial government. All of the deceased, who tested positive for COVID-19, were Regina zone residents and in the 80-plus age grou...



Program to give residency to asylum seekers on COVID-19 front lines to open next week image
Program to give residency to asylum seekers on COVID-19 front lines to open next week image
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Some asylum-seekers who toiled on the front lines of the COVID-19 crisis earlier this year will be able to apply for permanent residency in Canada beginning Dec. 14. The federal government announced the program for the “guardian angels” working in he...



B.C. reports 16 deaths from COVID-19, 566 new cases image
B.C. reports 16 deaths from COVID-19, 566 new cases image
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B.C. reported another 16 deaths from COVID-19 on Tuesday, along with 566 new cases of the disease. The 16 fatalities bring the province’s COVID-19 death toll to 543. It is the first time in more than two weeks that B.C. officials reported fewer than...



15 COVID-19 cases now confirmed at Georgian Bay hospital as outbreak expands – Barrie image
15 COVID-19 cases now confirmed at Georgian Bay hospital as outbreak expands – Barrie image
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Georgian Bay General Hospital has confirmed a total of 15 COVID-19 cases — 13 involving staff and two involving patients — as the outbreak has expanded to include all inpatient units. On Friday, a coronavirus outbreak was declared in one unit of the...



15 COVID-19 cases now confirmed at Georgian Bay hospital as outbreak expands – Barrie image
15 COVID-19 cases now confirmed at Georgian Bay hospital as outbreak expands – Barrie image
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Georgian Bay General Hospital has confirmed a total of 15 COVID-19 cases — 13 involving staff and two involving patients — as the outbreak has expanded to include all inpatient units. On Friday, a coronavirus outbreak was declared in one unit of the...



Canadian families to pay hundreds more a year for groceries in 2021: report  – National image
Canadian families to pay hundreds more a year for groceries in 2021: report  – National image
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The average Canadian family will pay up to an extra $695 for food next year, as the pandemic, wildfires and changing consumer habits drive-up grocery bills to the highest increase ever predicted by an annual food price report. Rising bread, meat and...



First coronavirus vaccinations delivered in U.K. as historic mass rollout begins – National image
First coronavirus vaccinations delivered in U.K. as historic mass rollout begins – National image
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A 90-year-old woman in central England became the first person ever to receive the Pfizer-BioNTech coronavirus vaccine outside clinical trials Tuesday, kicking off a nationwide rollout of inoculations that’s being watched around the world. Margaret K...