You have searched for "Justin Trudeau"
Showing 111-120 of 1147
(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.
OTTAWA (Reuters) - Canada's economic shutdown will last for weeks more to ensure measures to fight the coronavirus are working, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said on Tuesday, while the death toll from the outbreak rose more than 12%.
OTTAWA (Reuters) - Canadian life could soon return to a semblance of normality if people bear down now to stop the spread of the coronavirus, but the risk of resurgence will remain until a vaccine is developed, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said on Friday.
OTTAWA (Reuters) - Canada's coronavirus death toll is set to soar from the current 461 to as high as 22,000 by the end of the pandemic, health officials said on Thursday, while the economy lost a record 1 million jobs last month.
OTTAWA (Reuters) - Canada still has more work to do to persuade Washington to ensure medical supplies flow freely, even though U.S. officials have allowed the export of 500,000 masks, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said on Tuesday.
LONDON (Reuters) - British Prime Minister Boris Johnson was moved to intensive care on Monday after his coronavirus symptoms worsened and he has asked Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab to deputise, Downing Street said.
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.
OTTAWA (Reuters) - The number of people killed by the coronavirus in Canada has jumped by just over 20% to 258 in a day, officials said on Sunday, while Ottawa offered full-time jobs to reservists in the armed forces.
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.
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.