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<b>COVID-19:</b> Application process for emergency benefits for workers begins this morning

COVID-19: Application process for emergency benefits for workers begins this morning

More than two million Canadians lost their jobs in the last half of March as businesses across the country were forced to close or reduce their operations to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus
<b>LIVE:</b> Federal government to roll out application process for emergency benefits Monday

LIVE: Federal government to roll out application process for emergency benefits Monday

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says he'll speak with U.S. President Donald Trump in coming days about Trump's order to stop the export of N95 masks; Health Canada looking for case trackers, data collectors and people for surge capacity during COVID-19 pandemic
LIVE: Premier Doug Ford disappointed in U.S. order to stop 3M from exporting masks to Canada

LIVE: Premier Doug Ford disappointed in U.S. order to stop 3M from exporting masks to Canada

Ford also announces new emergency alert urging Ontarians to stay at home
<b>LIVE:</b> Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announces $200 million for shelters, domestic abuse victims

LIVE: Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announces $200 million for shelters, domestic abuse victims

Millions of masks set to arrive in Canada within 48 hours, Trudeau says
<b>COVID-19:</b> 3M pushes back on Trump administration order to stop sending N95 masks to Canada

COVID-19: 3M pushes back on Trump administration order to stop sending N95 masks to Canada

The company says there would be "significant humanitarian implications" to doing so
<b>CANADA:</b> Researchers look at humidity as a weapon in the fight against airborne viruses

CANADA: Researchers look at humidity as a weapon in the fight against airborne viruses

Researchers contend that addressing the issue now could offer a powerful tool for warding off similarĀ epidemics in the future
<b>COVID-19:</b> Isolation spurs Canadians to read, exercise, call loved ones more, poll says

COVID-19: Isolation spurs Canadians to read, exercise, call loved ones more, poll says

As the COVID-19 outbreak continues, most Canadians were compelled to spend another weekend without many of the regular distractions that the season usually brings.
<b>LIVE:</b> $100 million on the way for urgent food needs: Prime Minister Justin Trudeau

LIVE: $100 million on the way for urgent food needs: Prime Minister Justin Trudeau

Federal government assisting food banks and organizations in distributing food to country's most vulnerable
<b>CANADA:</b> How doctors will decide who lives and dies if pandemic worsens

CANADA: How doctors will decide who lives and dies if pandemic worsens

Officials in several provinces have been developing guides so that doctors don't feel alone in making life and death decisions
<b>COVID-19:</b> Ontario to release coronavirus modelling; Ford says numbers will be hard to hear

COVID-19: Ontario to release coronavirus modelling; Ford says numbers will be hard to hear

Ford says the figures released may be "a real wake-up call" for people