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The latest numbers of COVID-19 cases in Canada as of March 17, 2020

The latest numbers of COVID-19 cases in Canada as of March 17, 2020

The latest numbers of confirmed and presumptive COVID-19 cases in Canada as of 8:30 p.m.

Onion Lake Cree Nation boards up suspected meth houses, runs out gang members

Wisps of snow swirl across the narrow highway that gently rises and falls over rolling hills as you drive into Treaty 6 Territory north of Lloydminster, Sask.
Ontario reports first death linked to COVID-19 in 77-year-old man

Ontario reports first death linked to COVID-19 in 77-year-old man

TORONTO — Ontario health officials confirmed the province's first death in a patient with COVID-19 on Tuesday, hours after Premier Doug Ford declared a state of emergency.
Canadian Army cancels major training exercise to prepare for COVID-19 call out

Canadian Army cancels major training exercise to prepare for COVID-19 call out

OTTAWA — The Canadian Army is cancelling one of its most important training exercises due to COVID-19.

Quebec high school students repatriated from Guatemala moments before border closes

MONTREAL — A group of Quebec high school students on a humanitarian mission to Guatemala landed at a Montreal airport today after they were scooped out of the Central American country on a chartered plane minutes before its borders closed.

Déficits accumulés à la sécurité publique: Mashteuiatsh ira en Cour d’appel

Après avoir essuyé un refus en Cour supérieure du Québec, les élus qui représentent la Première Nation des Pekuakamiulnuatsh ont fait le choix, le 21 janvier, de porter la décision devant la Cour d’appel.

P.A. man makes another court appearance on weapons, drug charges

A man arrested by the Prince Albert Integrated Crime Reduction Team wasn’t granted bail March 13. Kevin Ackegan, 40, appeared in Prince Albert Provincial Court again March 13 on 30 weapons and drug-related charges.

Businesses adjusting to social distancing measures in Osoyoos

Local Osoyoos businesses are taking steps to adhere to new restrictions put in place Monday morning by both the federal and provincial governments concerning the COVID-19 pandemic.

Alberta judge refuses to move forward with extradition for woman who fled France

EDMONTON — A judge has delivered a legal victory to a mother who fled to Alberta from France with her two children over allegations her ex-husband sexually abused the youngsters.
Quebec delays provincial tax deadlines, says move will free up $7.7 billion

Quebec delays provincial tax deadlines, says move will free up $7.7 billion

MONTREAL — Quebec's finance minister is delaying the deadline for individuals and businesses to pay their provincial taxes in order to ease financial pressure caused by the novel coronavirus.