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An increasing number of health agencies have changed how they are 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

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Pandemic recovery

  • Working remotely during the pandemic has been a profound change for many fathers, who say they have been able to spend more time with their children, do more around the house and enjoy a greater sense of presence in their family lives.
  • The first Memorial Cup in three years kicks off Monday after being cancelled since 2019 because of COVID-19 restrictions. Thousands of hockey fans are pouring into host city Saint John, a port city on the Bay of Fundy that suffered tremendously during the worst of the pandemic.
  • As school boards across Ontario are nailing down virtual learning plans for the upcoming school year, some are finding that programming is challenging to offer, with significantly lower student interest.
  • Children’s hospitals across Canada are seeing high rates of admission. “All these viruses that were basically dormant for two years in kids are now just exploding,” said Dr. Daniel Rosenfield, a staff physician Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto.

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More reading

  • Looking to fill some COVID-19 downtime, Olivia Cesta began watching Drive to Survive on Netflix. The show is a surprising pop-culture force, taking viewers behind the scenes of Formula 1. This weekend, Cesta and her sister will catch their first F1 race in person, joining more than 300,000 in Montreal for the first Canadian Grand Prix in three years.
  • Bear markets are usually brief and nasty – but a recovery can take years

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