Tag Archives: COVID-19

Covid June 8 2020

Covid   June 8 2020

Mayor John Tory, Toronto’s Medical Officer of Health, Dr. Eileen de Villa, and Toronto Fire Chief and General Manager of the City’s Office of Emergency Management, Matthew Pegg, provide an update of the current situation and City response to COVID-19 in Toronto. This video was first published onSource link . …

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COVID-19: PM Trudeau announces CERB extension, continuation of U.S. border measures – June 16, 2020

COVID-19: PM Trudeau announces CERB extension, continuation of U.S. border measures – June 16, 2020

At a news conference outside his home in Ottawa, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau provides an update on the federal government’s response to the ongoing COVID-19 (coronavirus disease) pandemic. In his remarks, the prime minister announces that eligibility for the Canada Emergency Response Benefit (CERB) will be extended by eight weeks …

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Trudeau announces CERB payments to be extended for 2 more months

Trudeau announces CERB payments to be extended for 2 more months

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced today that the Canada emergency response benefit will be extended for eight weeks for those who still can’t work as provinces and territories gradually reopen their economies. To read more: http://cbc.ca/1.5613782 #COVID19 #coronavirus #Canada »»» Subscribe to CBC News to watch more videos: http://bit.ly/1RreYWS Connect …

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Green Party proposes economic recovery plan – June 11, 2020

Green Party proposes economic recovery plan – June 11, 2020

At a news conference on Parliament Hill, members of the Green Party outline their proposed plan for economic recovery following the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic. Elizabeth May, the Green Party parliamentary leader, is in attendance in Ottawa, while Jo-Ann Roberts, the Green Party interim leader, and MPs Paul Manly and Jenica …

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The Great Reset

The Great Reset

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Angry Canadian Tells it Like It Is – June 10, 2020 many people lack common sense, think people think

Angry Canadian Tells it Like It Is - June 10, 2020 many people lack common sense, think people think

Thinking is not a spectator sport. Has common sense gone extinct? From 12 yrs. climate emergency – existential threat you know to Covid -19 Global Pandemic, Racism sparks protests and riots and now movements for defunding cops. What’s next? This video was first published onSource link . We are just …

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How to make Easter eggs using natural dyes

How to make Easter eggs using natural dyes

With Easter right around the corner and many activities canceled because of COVID-19, there’s no better time to roll up your sleeves and have a fun afternoon dying eggs with the family (or with roommates or alone!). It’s not safe to make a trip to the store just for an …

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Can testing the sewers sound the alarm ahead of a coronavirus outbreak?

Can testing the sewers sound the alarm ahead of a coronavirus outbreak?

Before novel coronavirus cases were reported in the Dutch city of Amersfoort, an hour south of Amsterdam, scientists found traces of the virus in the sewage system. The new study from the Netherlands signals the possibility that testing at wastewater facilities could act as an early warning system for Covid-19. On …

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A Cat In Belgium Tested Positive For COVID-19, But You Shouldn’t Panic

A Cat In Belgium Tested Positive For COVID-19, But You Shouldn't Panic

Health officials in Belgium say a pet cat appears to have contracted COVID-19 from her owner, though they emphasized human-to-pet transmission seems to be extremely rare. “Recently, the veterinary medicine faculty in Liège reported that a coronavirus infection has been determined in a cat,” virologist Steven Van Gucht said at …

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