The province keeps reminding people to decrease contacts and limit gatherings as the health-care system is being overwhelmed, but that isn’t stopping some institutions within Manitoba from breaking public health orders.
The Manitoba government could have information about what school will look like after Christmas as soon as this week.
Education Minister Kelvin Goertzen told CTV News that Manitobans could know more this week and that remote learning is a possibility that is being looked at.
The federal government is unveiling a new round of financial supports to respond to the second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic in Canada, as the latest projections show the national deficit is projected to hit a new high: at least $381.6 billion this fiscal year.
With many across the country eager for the first few doses of a COVID-19 vaccine to arrive in Canada, Manitoba's top doctor said a task force in the province is looking to see who will be first in line to get the shot.
A Houston doctor who has worked for 256 days straight was seen comforting an elderly man wanting to be with his wife in a photograph that captured the emotional toll of COVID-19 on patients and the resiliency and compassion of health-care workers.