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A Quebec couple apparently fearing the spread of COVID-19 travelled across the country to a remote community in northern Yukon — but they were quickly sent packing.
Air Canada will start to temporarily lay off more than 15,000 workers this week as the airline struggles with closed borders and the fallout of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to an internal memo.
The Canadian military has mobilized 24,000 full-time and part-time members to respond to calls from provinces and northern Indigenous communities for help with pandemic measures, Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan said Monday.
Residents of a small B.C. border town have pledged to help their Alaskan neighbours during the COVID-19 crisis, even as the border between Canada and the United States closes to non-essential travel.
The benchmark price for a barrel of North American oil dipped below $20 on Monday morning, the first time that's happened in 18 years.
More than 430 patients in Ontario hospital intensive care beds have either tested positive for COVID-19 or are suspected to have the coronavirus, a far higher number than officials have revealed.
After the Games's first postponement in history — due to the spread of COVID-19 — the International Olympic Committee announced the Tokyo Olympics will take place next year, starting on July 23.
As cases and deaths continue to rise and stocks retreat again, the economy is beset by record levels of uncertainty. Don Pittis offers some considerations for how to choose among radically different outlooks.