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Coronavirus: B.C. to announce support for those on income, disability assistance

The province is expected to announce temporary support to help people receiving income and disability assistance deal with the COVID-19 pandemic.Social Development and Poverty...

Kenney says many Alberta school boards were planning layoffs before his...

Premier Jason Kenney offered more new details on Wednesday about why his government announced temporary layoffs in Alberta’s education system over the weekend, explaining...

City of Kelowna preparing to slash 2020 budget amid coronavirus pandemic

With businesses shuttered and residents losing jobs amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the City of Kelowna anticipates revenues will plummet in 2020 and not support...

Brazil leader wants to end social distancing even as cases soar...

Brazil on Friday barred all non-resident foreigners from entering the country via its airports to slow the spread of the coronavirus, but President Jair...

Coronavirus: U.S. Senate passes $2.2. trillion aid package in response to...

WASHINGTON — The Senate late Wednesday passed an unparalleled $2.2 trillion economic rescue package steering aid to businesses, workers and health care systems engulfed...

Government wins unanimous consent to pass emergency COVID-19 legislation – National

The government won unanimous consent to quickly pass emergency legislation to free up $82 billion to help Canadians weather the COVID-19 crisis.After a day...

44% of Canadian households report lost work amid COVID-19 pandemic: poll...

As daily life in Canada comes to a pause, 44 per cent of Canadian households say they’ve lost work or have seen layoffs due...

Coronavirus: Former health minister Jane Philpott assists at COVID-19 testing centre

After spending years in federal politics, former health minister Jane Philpott has returned to her physician roots, once again donning her white coat and...

Alberta legislature has emergency debate over COVID-19 response

The Alberta legislature held an emergency debate on Monday to discuss the response to the COVID-19 pandemic. READ MORE: 74 confirmed coronavirus cases in Alberta;...

Coronavirus: Israel PM Netanyahu’s corruption trial postponed over COVID-19 restrictions –...

A Jerusalem district court announced on Sunday that it was postponing Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s criminal trial for two months because of restrictions...
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