Month: April 2021

O’Toole says every Canadian should get a vaccine shot by May 24, questions interval between doses

Conservative Leader Erin O’Toole said today the federal government needs to find more shots this month so that every adult can get a COVID-19 vaccine dose by Victoria Day — May 24. While Pfizer is poised to substantially ramp up deliveries of its product over the next five weeks — it’s expected to deliver more than two million doses […]

COVID-19: 1 death, 104 cases in London-Middlesex, people 55+ to be vaccine-eligible Friday – London

Jump to: Hospitalizations – Outbreaks – Schools – Vaccinations and Testing – Ontario – Elgin and Oxford – Huron and Perth – Sarnia and Lambton One person has died and 104 others have tested positive for COVID-19 in London and Middlesex, local health officials reported on Thursday. The health unit also announced that vaccine eligibility […]

$716K is the average house price in Canada. Here’s what you can get for that

The pandemic has pummelled many industries in Canada. Real estate isn’t one of them. House prices are soaring, with the average national price now standing at $716,828, according to the Canadian Real Estate Association’s MLS system. That’s up 31.6 per cent in a year, the biggest annual gain on record. The prices haven’t curbed demand either; sales […]

Coronavirus: What’s happening in Canada and around the world on Thursday

The latest: Alberta is ratcheting up the fight in two COVID-19 hot spots by expanding age eligibility for vaccines and directing delivery of more doses. On Wednesday, there were 20,938 active cases in the province, the second-highest total since the pandemic began. (The highest was in mid-December: 21,649.) The province announced 1,839 new COVID-19 cases Wednesday. There […]

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