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Nova Scotia RCMP are scheduled to give an update this afternoon on their investigation into a gunman’s deadly rampage more than a week ago. CBC News will livestream the news conference that begins at 4 p.m. AT at the Dartmouth police detachment.  Last Friday, Supt. Darren Campbell laid out a timeline for the mass shooting that […]
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The Pentagon has officially released three short videos showing “unidentified aerial phenomena” that had previously been released by a private company. The videos show what appear to be unidentified flying objects rapidly moving while recorded by infrared cameras. Two of the videos contain service members reacting in awe at how quickly the objects are moving. […]
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OTTAWA —Tuesday’s virtual meeting of the all-party special committee on COVID-19 will be a big step towards testing the feasibility of holding a virtual House of Commons during times of emergency. It will be the first time that all 338 MPs—if they’re able to connect—attend a virtual meeting with their colleagues. So far, approximately 250 […]
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Applications opened today for a $73-billion wage subsidy program to help businesses that have seen a drop in revenue due to COVID-19. The support program covers up to 75 per cent of wages for businesses affected by COVID-19. All-sized businesses, charities and non-profits are eligible if they have had a drop in revenue of at least 30 […]
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Maatje Benassi, a U.S. Army reservist and mother of two, has become the target of conspiracy theorists who falsely place her at the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic, saying she brought the disease to China. The false claims are spreading across YouTube every day, so far racking up hundreds of thousands of apparent views, and […]
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Like many churches and synagogues across Canada, members of the Shaarei Shomayim synagogue in Toronto have been holding daily services via the video conference app Zoom since the COVID-19 outbreak. Rabbi Chaim Strauchler said their prayer services have been held without incident, but that all changed last Sunday night. “Our congregation has been doing [this] since the […]
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LAS VEGAS —Slot machines are powered down, casinos boarded up and barricaded. Sidewalks are largely deserted and electronic marquees that once flashed neon calls for nightclubs, magic shows and topless revues instead beam sombre messages of safety. The famous fountains of the Bellagio casino, where water choreographed to lights and music shoots hundreds of feet […]
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Miss something this week? Don’t panic. CBC’s Marketplace rounds up the consumer and health news you need. Want this in your inbox? Get the Marketplace newsletter every Friday. The coronavirus can live up to several days on some surfaces, but experts say there’s no reason to worry about the groceries you bring home. CBC News shows you how basic hygiene […]
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TORONTO —As some hospital operating rooms sit empty in anticipation of more COVID-19 patients, Canadians with postponed elective surgeries are forced to wait in pain. Robin McGee of Port Williams, N.S., developed cataracts on both her eyes due to cancer treatment. The condition is reversible with surgery and she had scheduled an operation on March […]
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As part of his announcement this week about restoring the Saskatchewan economy and loosening restrictions on the public, Premier Scott Moe described the plan as a way to “gradually, cautiously and methodically reopen businesses.” Saskatchewan and New Brunswick will be the first provinces to relax the rules from the COVID-19 shutdown. With the number of infected people relatively low, there […]