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Coronavirus: What’s happening in Canada and around the world Wednesday – CBC

More than 100 COVID-19 related deaths in Canada; Spain tops 100,000 cases Apr 01, 2020 A new month means a fresh set of bills for Canadian families and businesses struggling with the health and financial fallout from the coronavirus pandemic, as officials warn that the emergency and public health measures will likely be in place […]

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Pikwakanagan First Nation near Golden Lake declares state of emergency over COVID-19 – CTV News

April 1, 2020 PIKWAKANAGAN, ONT. — The Algonquins of Pikwakanagan First Nation have declared a state of emergency in their territory. The community is located on the shores of the Bonnechere River, about 15 km west of Eganville, Ontario. In a press release, Chief Wendy Jocko said the declaration was effective as of March 31, […]

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Delaware Nation at Moraviantown is closing off community to battle COVID-19 – CBC

Roads into the community will be blocked off with concrete barriers, except for 2 access points Apr 01, 2020 Delaware Nation at Moraviantown is closing off its community in an effort to protect itself from the spread of COVID-19. Council decided on Tuesday that only residents and emergency services will be allowed to enter the […]

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Freeland says First Nations, remote communities need special attention – The Globe and Mail

Read More: https://www.theglobeandmail.com/canada/video-freeland-says-first-nations-remote-communities-need-special-attention/

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Ontario confirms 426 new COVID-19 cases, including 4 more deaths – CBC

Provincial tally of cases now at 2,392 Apr 01, 2020 Ontario confirmed 426 new cases of COVID-19 on Wednesday, marking a 21.7 per cent increase in the total number of infections and the largest single-day jump in the province since the outbreak began. The newly reported instances bring the provincial total to 2,392, including at […]

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You Said It: All connected by breath – Ottawa Sun

As of March 23, the global estimates were that just under 14,000 people had died from COVID-19. Almost 4,000 people die every day of tuberculosis. While the ever-growing fear of the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic is alarming, it raises other concerns for me as an epidemiologist whose research focuses on tuberculosis. World Tuberculosis Day […]

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Announcements – April 2020 – University Affairs

Nadine Caron is the holder of the founding First Nations Health Authority Chair at the University of British Columbia. In her new role, she will examine the unique needs of Indigenous cancer patients, survivors and their families and work to better understand the health–care system’s responsiveness to Indigenous cancer needs. Dr. Caron is Canada’s first […]

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iPolitics AM: After last-minute delay, Morneau once again set to reveal details of wage subsidy plan – iPolitics

Apr 1, 2020 ALSO TODAY: Scheer speaks with reporters in Regina — Banking watchdog holds COVID-19 briefing For the second day in a row, Canadian businesses are waiting for Finance Minister Bill Morneau to roll out the details of his government’s plan to offer temporary wage subsidies to companies facing COVID-19-related revenue losses of at […]

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Frontline service providers receive $106K in funding – Tbnewswatch.com

Seven community frontline service providers helping the most vulnerable members of the population benefited from $106,000 in funding through the COVID-19 Community Response Fund. THUNDER BAY – Frontline service providers that assist some of the most vulnerable members of the community are receiving a helping hand from the COVID-19 Community Response Fund. The United Way […]

by ahnationtalk on March 31, 20206 Views

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Indigenous Studies instructor helps deliver support to elders in need – Brock U

March 27, 2020 Indigenous Studies Instructor April Powless is lending a helping hand to elders in her community during an uncertain time. Along with teaching in Brock University’s Tecumseh Centre for Aboriginal Research and Education, Powless is also co-owner of Mohawk Towing / Porter Trucking and Construction in Ohsweken, Ont. The company is known for […]

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