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ATHENS (Reuters) - Canada's decision to withdraw from the Tokyo Olympic Games if they were to be held in 2020 was a unilateral decision based on the health and safety of athletes and with no consultation with the International Olympic Committee, the COC said on Friday.
OTTAWA (Reuters) - The Canadian death toll from the coronavirus outbreak jumped by 35% to 89 in less than a day, officials said on Tuesday, and Ottawa said it would spend C$2 billion (£1.14 billion) to help buy key medical supplies and equipment.
OTTAWA (Reuters) - Canada now has more than 10,000 coronavirus cases and the death toll has jumped 21% from a day earlier to 127, according to data posted by the country's public health agency on Thursday.
BEIJING/TOKYO/HONG KONG/ROME/MUMBAI: Air raid sirens sounded across China and flags flew at half staff in a tribute Saturday (April 4) to victims of the coronavirus pandemic including the health care "martyrs” who have died while fighting to save others.
TORONTO: Canada’s Big Six banks say they will reduce interest rates on credit cards to provide relief to customers affected by Covid-19 pandemic.
OTTAWA (Reuters) - Canada said on Monday it was pressing Washington over a complaint that U.S. officials had blocked the export of three million face masks bought by the province of Ontario to fight the coronavirus outbreak.
(Reuters) - Various countries around the world are wondering when and how to ease coronavirus lockdowns, though the World Health Organization (WHO) is warning that should be done slowly and only when there is capacity to isolate cases and trace contacts.
MONTREAL (Reuters) - Canada is sending in the army starting Saturday to help alleviate staffing shortages in Quebec's care facilities for seniors, as the province grapples with the country's highest death rate from the coronavirus.
PORTAPIQUE, Nova Scotia (Reuters) - A gunman who at one point masqueraded as a policeman killed at least 16 people in the Canadian province of Nova Scotia during a 12-hour rampage, authorities said on Sunday, in what was the country's worst modern-era mass shooting.
TORONTO (Reuters) - Canadian hospitals had beds to spare as the country hit 50,373 confirmed coronavirus cases on Wednesday, and several provinces were relaxing public health measures, but health experts were already worrying about a future wave of infections.