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Words to remember: Canadian newsmakers have their say on COVID-19

A look at some of the top quotes from on Sunday in relation to COVID-19 in Canada: "I was like, 'Oh yeah, okay, fine.

House of Commons seeking virtual sittings in ongoing COVID-19 shutdown

OTTAWA — Canada's House of Commons is looking at taking its debates virtual as COVID-19 is expected to prevent a return as planned on April 20.

Quebec Walmart worker struck by driver allegedly angered by COVID-19 measures

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Quebec sugar shacks reeling after 'catastrophic' COVID-19 closures

MONTREAL — Pierre Faucher spent much of the month of February preparing to welcome the tens of thousands of clients who flock annually to his sugar shack west of Montreal, eager to learn about traditional sap gathering and eat calorie-laden food dren
Bars, cannabis sector eligible for $40B credit program from government bank

Bars, cannabis sector eligible for $40B credit program from government bank

TORONTO — Devastated bars and lounges as well as the country's hard-hit cannabis sector will have access to $40 billion in new credit being made available via the government's business bank during the COVID-19 crisis, its CEO said on Sunday.

COVID crisis prompts B.C. mill to boost medical pulp production

NANAIMO, B.C. — A British Columbia mill that makes a special recipe of pulp for surgical masks, gowns and other medical supplies has doubled up on its production for an American customer amid the COVID-19 crisis.
Ex-Gander mayor disappointed in lack of U.S.-Canada co-operation during pandemic

Ex-Gander mayor disappointed in lack of U.S.-Canada co-operation during pandemic

GANDER, N.L. — Former Gander, N.L., Mayor Claude Elliott knows a thing or two about co-operation between Canada and the United States in a crisis — and he's not liking what he's seeing during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Humboldt Broncos families to quietly mark anniversary of Saskatchewan bus crash

Humboldt Broncos families to quietly mark anniversary of Saskatchewan bus crash

The second anniversary of a devastating Saskatchewan bus crash will be a quiet one for the still-mourning families as the COVID-19 crisis holds the country in its grip.
Essential workers talk about how COVID-19 affects them

Essential workers talk about how COVID-19 affects them

Health-care workers, grocery store staff, transit drivers and food delivery workers are among those being hailed as heroes for continuing to provide much-needed services amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
'It's like ghost towns:' Canada's border communities adapt to COVID-19 changes

'It's like ghost towns:' Canada's border communities adapt to COVID-19 changes

When the mayor of a village in southern Alberta stares across the border, he sees family and friends who just happen to call Montana home. The port of entry between Coutts, Alta., and Sweet Grass, Mont.
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