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Lack of deal sets stage for House of Commons to re-open today amid COVID-19

Lack of deal sets stage for House of Commons to re-open today amid COVID-19

The House of Commons has already moved some business online with two parliamentary committees conducting hearings by video conference
Students to get iPad with free Rogers Wireless data to Learn at Home

Students to get iPad with free Rogers Wireless data to Learn at Home

Over 21,000 to be sent to families with no technology or internet to access scholastic programming
COVID-19: Navy doc with Sudbury roots says forces deployed in Quebec greeted with cheers

COVID-19: Navy doc with Sudbury roots says forces deployed in Quebec greeted with cheers

More than 100 Canadian Forces deployed to provide medical assistance in the province
<updated>WATCH:</updated> Reconvening Parliament ‘irresponsible’ says Trudeau as deadline looms

WATCH: Reconvening Parliament ‘irresponsible’ says Trudeau as deadline looms

Decision to return 338 MPs and associated staff said to rest in the hands of Tories
<updated>Updated: </updated>RCMP officer among the more than 10 killed in Nova Scotia rampage

Updated: RCMP officer among the more than 10 killed in Nova Scotia rampage

The suspected shooter, 51-year-old Gabriel Wortman, is also dead
<updated>WATCH:</updated> Ontario invests $20 million in COVID-19 research

WATCH: Ontario invests $20 million in COVID-19 research

Provincial research has already isolated the virus and is acquiring blood samples for treatment, vaccination purposes
<updated>WATCH: </updated>Canada-United States border to be closed for another 30 days

WATCH: Canada-United States border to be closed for another 30 days

Trudeau announces extended border closure, alternatives to opening parliament and a $306 million investment in Indigenous business
Personal support worker at Toronto long-term care home dies of COVID-19

Personal support worker at Toronto long-term care home dies of COVID-19

There have 79 cases confirmed at the facility resulting in 16 deaths
Ontario expands guidelines for priority COVID-19 testing

Ontario expands guidelines for priority COVID-19 testing

Premier Doug Ford has expressed frustration that Ontario has been processing a daily number of tests well below its capacity, which is now up to 16,000
COVID-19's impact on nursing homes 'more severe' than expected: Trudeau

COVID-19's impact on nursing homes 'more severe' than expected: Trudeau

With the number of deaths from COVID-19 in Canada nearing 1,200 — and seniors by far the hardest-hit group — the prime minister said Ottawa would discuss additional supports for provinces in tackling outbreaks in long-term care homes