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

A look at some of the top quotes from across Canada on Monday in relation to COVID-19: "There's some donors, deceased organ donors, and we're not sending teams to procure those organs. It's quite tragic." — Dr.

Seven-year-old boy, two adults, dead in Prince Albert triple homicide: Police

PRINCE ALBERT, Sask. — A police chief in Saskatchewan is calling the killing of three people in his community, including a seven-year-old boy, an incomprehensible tragedy.
Vancouver Convention Centre picked for off site COVID-19 treatment centre

Vancouver Convention Centre picked for off site COVID-19 treatment centre

VICTORIA — Vancouver's waterfront convention centre is being prepared as a health facility in British Columbia's fight against the COVID-19 pandemic, Health Minister Adrian Dix said Monday.
The latest numbers on COVID-19 in Canada

The latest numbers on COVID-19 in Canada

The latest numbers of confirmed and presumptive COVID-19 cases in Canada as of 7:09 p.m. ET on March 30, 2020: There are 7,448 confirmed and presumptive cases in Canada.
Trudeau 'proud' of Canadian response to COVID-19 as U.S. caseload soars

Trudeau 'proud' of Canadian response to COVID-19 as U.S. caseload soars

WASHINGTON — As President Donald Trump slowly comes to grips with his country's grim prognosis for COVID-19, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau conceded Monday he's taking a measure of comfort from early signs that the caseload in Canada is on a different
Donated organs not being used as hospitals scale back transplants for COVID-19

Donated organs not being used as hospitals scale back transplants for COVID-19

OTTAWA — Transplant centres across the country have massively scaled back organ transplants as hospitals try to make sure they are able to accommodate COVID-19 cases.
Large business, non-profits, charities eligible for wage subsidy, Trudeau says

Large business, non-profits, charities eligible for wage subsidy, Trudeau says

OTTAWA — Businesses of any size that have seen sharp and sudden drops in revenues due to COVID-19 will be eligible for a new federal wage subsidy program, the federal government said Monday, just as it signalled more help for some of the country's ma
Charities seek extra help from feds to keep services running as revenues dry up

Charities seek extra help from feds to keep services running as revenues dry up

OTTAWA — Canada's charities say they have begun laying off staff and shutting down their services, which are usually in high demand during economic downturns, as the sector feels the financial sting from COVID-19.
Cruise ships carrying Canadians on the move toward Florida

Cruise ships carrying Canadians on the move toward Florida

An Ottawa woman stranded at sea for more than a week on a cruise ship where four passengers have died said Monday she's "had it" after being moved to another ship that's en route to Florida.

Parents should respect custody arrangements during COVID-19 pandemic: Ont. courts

TORONTO — Parents who share custody of their children should continue to split parenting duties with their former spouse during the COVID-19 pandemic, unless there is evidence the kids' health is at risk, Ontario courts advise.