Find out how your province is emerging from a COVID-19 lockdown, and whether you can golf, dine, or attend a church gathering, or send your kids to school.
The advice is slightly stronger than the suggestions over the last couple of weeks that people should consider wearing a face mask in public. It is a complete turnaround from her advice seven weeks ago that people who are not sick should not be wearing a face mask at all.
Provinces have been releasing plans for easing restrictions that were put in place to limit the spread of COVID-19. Here is what some of the provinces have announced so far: Newfoundland and Labrador The province has entered “alert level four” in its five-level reopening plan, allowing some businesses such as law firms and other professional...
"Today's announcement gives parents certainty, knowing that their children can continue to learn safely at home and that we have a plan for child care as we work to gradually reopen more of our economy, when it is safe to do so."
The ban, which prohibits discretionary travel like vacations and cross-border shopping without restricting trade, commerce and essential employees, was set to expire Thursday until the U.S. agreed to Canada’s request to extend it to June 21.
Organizations representing the country’s universities, colleges and their students say the pandemic has highlighted the need for increased and stable government funding for post-secondary education, to ensure schools aren’t so reliant on tuition to fund their operations.
NEWMARKET, Ontario, May 15, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Due to COVID-19, Link On Learning’s K8 Virtual School (www.k8vs.ca) is offering free enrollment for the rest of the school year to a limited number of Ontario frontline workers’ kids. Enrollment is available immediately for kindergarten to grade 8 students so they can finish the 2019-2020 school...