Freeland says she’s confident coronavirus defeat ‘is not years away’

Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland, who was appointed Minister of Finance in August when Bill Morneau resigned, said she is confident the coronavirus will be defeated and that it won’t … Read More

Seniors need more than one-time top-ups if coronavirus pandemic lingers: advocates

Canadian seniors will need more financial help from the federal government to weather the COVID-19 pandemic if their increased living costs continue for months longer, advocates say. Organizations representing seniors … Read More

Ontario’s COVID-19 recovery plan doesn’t have dates — but that’s not a bad thing, experts say

The Ontario government on Monday was the latest province to outline its COVID-19 economic recovery plan, but when compared to other provinces’ plans released last week, Ontario’s was starkly different … Read More

Coronavirus: ‘Incomplete’ data for Canada hurts ability to model pandemic, scientists say

Several scientists say the publicly-available COVID-19 data from Canada’s public health agency is “incomplete” and hurts their ability to build accurate pandemic models and forecasts that can help inform decision-makers. … Read More

Comparing coronavirus responses: What did Canada and the U.S. do differently?

The United States has quickly become the epicentre of the COVID-19 pandemic. More than 2,500 Americans have lost their lives due to the illness since the pandemic broke out, according … Read More