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3M makes deal with White House, says Canada will continue to receive N95 masks

3M makes deal with White House, says Canada will continue to receive N95 masks

Earlier Monday, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau called out the U.S. by name, complaining that Canada had been having problems for weeks with incomplete or non-existent deliveries of critical COVID-19 countermeasures
Renowned Ontario children's author Jean Little passes away

Renowned Ontario children's author Jean Little passes away

The author of over 50 books, from poetry to novels, she was best known for her children's books
Here's what you should know about wearing cloth face masks

Here's what you should know about wearing cloth face masks

They can help prevent you from spreading COVID-19 when you are asymptomatic, but they won't keep you from getting the virus
Pandemic experts put 'least weight' on recovery stats, look to hospitalizations

Pandemic experts put 'least weight' on recovery stats, look to hospitalizations

He said those in hospital are a definitive count of patients who have contracted COVID-19, adding that the numbers associated with testing are not as firm because there are more variables involved
Algoma's ninth COVID-19 case flew into Sudbury Airport on March 23

Algoma's ninth COVID-19 case flew into Sudbury Airport on March 23

The woman, in her 40s, was on Air Canada flight AC 8611
Essential workers talk about how COVID-19 affects them

Essential workers talk about how COVID-19 affects them

The Canadian Press spoke to people whose work has been deemed essential by their provincial governments, about how the public health emergency has affected their lives
Making your own face masks back in vogue

Making your own face masks back in vogue

Ingenious crafters are adapting designs to provide some protection during the COVID-19 pandemic
Application process for emergency benefits for workers begins this morning

Application process for emergency benefits for workers begins this morning

Applications now open today for new federal emergency aid benefit
Today's Christian Island decisions are informed by Spanish Flu of 1919

Today's Christian Island decisions are informed by Spanish Flu of 1919

'We should have learned from the past,' says Beausoleil First Nation elder, still grieving the loss of half of their population during last pandemic
E-Learning begins for students across Ontario today as COVID-19 closures continue

E-Learning begins for students across Ontario today as COVID-19 closures continue

Teachers will lead the effort with both live and pre-recorded lessons, but the move poses challenges nonetheless