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An increasing number of health agencies have changed how they're reporting data on the coronavirus. A look at the current numbers in Canada for reported cases, deaths from COVID-19 and for hospitalizations can be found here.

COVID-19 updates from Canada and the world

  • Ahead of the three-year anniversary of the WHO declaring the coronavirus pandemic, we want to hear from Globe readers about how long COVID has changed their lives. Share your story with The Globe.
  • The Alberta government has named five members to a COVID-19 review panel led by former Reform Party leader Preston Manning, one of whom was recently fired along with the rest of the governing board of Alberta Health Services.
  • Declining mortality claims in North America, a rebound in travel insurance and the easing of pandemic restrictions in China are signs that the mortality impact of the three-year pandemic is finally tapering off, Manulife Financial Corp. chief executive Roy Gori says.

Pandemic recovery

Globe opinion

Eric J. Arts: To find one of Ontario’s big pandemic wins, just look down your toilet

André Picard: With poultry stocks devastated, is there a whiff of the next pandemic in the air?

Andy Byford: We must urgently reinvent public transit for the post-pandemic world

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