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1st Apr 2020 After mystery donation, Antigonish Superstore staff decide to buy groceries for seniors
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1st Apr 2020 A 'really weird new normal': Parents, students grapple with learning at home amid pandemic
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1st Apr 2020 'Everybody is susceptible': Why younger Canadians may be helping fuel the spread of COVID-19
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1st Apr 2020 Air pollution eases in 4 Canadian cities as pandemic measures keep people home
Satellite images show a decrease in one noxious pollutant due to pandemic measures that are keeping a lot of cars in Toronto and Vancouver off the roads. ...

1st Apr 2020 'Out of time': How a pandemic and an oil crash almost sank Newfoundland and Labrador
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1st Apr 2020 Deferring rent not sustainable over the long term for small businesses hit hard by COVID-19
The Canadian Federation of Independent Businesses says its members have been hit hard by the COVID-19 closures and some will struggle to make rent this month. It's urging provinces and the federal go...

1st Apr 2020 Long-term care homes are worrisome COVID-19 hotspots
Long-term care homes are used to dealing with outbreaks of influenza and other illnesses within their walls, but this pandemic has led them to go far beyond their usual infection control protocols. ...

1st Apr 2020 Can my landlord charge interest on late rent? Your COVID-19 questions answered
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31st Mar 2020 Coronavirus: What's happening in Canada and around the world March 31
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After several weeks of speculation about when the oilpatch would take significant steps in response to record low oil prices, companies in Western Canada are now beginning to pull back on oil product...

31st Mar 2020 New CBSA numbers show dramatic plunge in Canada-U.S. travel amid pandemic restrictions
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31st Mar 2020 When will children be back in school? Your COVID-19 questions answered
We're answering questions about the pandemic. Send yours to covid@cbc.ca and we?ll answer as many as we can. We?re publishing a selection of answers every weekday online, and also putting some of you...

31st Mar 2020 'We can't handle them': B.C. mayor pleading with Albertans not to visit during COVID-19
The mayor of Invermere fears if people coming to stay at their summer homes get infected it will too much of a strain on the local hospital, which only has one ventilator. ...

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