NEW THIS MORNING | COVID-19 in Ottawa: Fast Facts for July 30, 2021
The latest on COVID-19 in Ottawa for Friday, July 30, 2021.
The B.C. government announced 204 new cases of COVID-19 on Thursday, marking the biggest single-day increase in infections the province has seen since early June.
Hospitalizations have now risen for a fourth straight day as the province added more than 200 new cases for a second straight day.
Canada and Mexico imported millions of doses of AstraZeneca's COVID-19 vaccine and offered them to the public without health officials properly inspecting the operations of the U.S. manufacturer, according to inspection records and the regulators involved.
The federal Conservatives are urging the Liberal government to do more to ensure that Canadians who received two different doses of COVID-19 vaccines are able to travel internationally.
Alberta Health Minister Tyler Shandro defended the sweeping changes his government announced the day before, saying they were "the inevitable next step" in the province's COVID-19 response.
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Canada's seniors minister was warned in the spring that the Liberal government's plan to send $500 payments to pensioners in August would end with some of the money going to people who had died.
New data from Statistics Canada shows that while youth unemployment has risen during the COVID-19 pandemic, finding full-time work has been increasingly precarious since the late 1980s.
A new report from RBC Economics says it expects a renewed surge of retirements in the second half of this year as Canada works to get past the pandemic.
As the Canadian economy emerges from more than 15 months of COVID-19 restrictions and workers begin to return to the office, experts say a wave of employee resignations could trigger labour shortages in a variety of sectors.
Ottawa's medical officer of health says she wants to see mask mandates remain in effect across Ontario even after the province moves out of Step 3 of its reopening plan.
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The Ottawa Valley will be watching the women's 800-metre heats taking place in Tokyo Thursday night.
Many people driving along Hog's Back have been forced to turn around once they get to the Hog's Back Swing Bridge because the crossing remains closed.
Despite the pace of COVID-19 vaccinations in the capital slowing down, Ottawa's medical officer of health says the goal of reaching 90 per cent of the eligible population is within reach, but there are barriers to overcome.
Drivers travelling east on Isabella Street may have been confused by the pavement markings on the road leading to the Queensway on Thursday.
The Canadian women's eight rowing crew has captured gold at the Tokyo Olympics.
Afghan interpreters trying to escape a resurgent Taliban had another challenge Thursday in seeking Canada's help: the email inbox for immigration forms stopped working.
Canada struck gold again on day 7, this time on the water capturing top spot in a rowing event for the first time in almost 30 years.
Michael Andrew, who made waves for saying he wasn't vaccinated against COVID-19, didn't wear a mask behind the scenes after swimming his final at the Tokyo Olympics on Friday.
Japan expanded a coronavirus state of emergency to four more areas in addition to Tokyo on Friday following record spikes in infections as the capital hosts the Olympics.
Dashcam video of collision resulting in pileup on Hwy. 401
A llama was spotted on the loose near Guelph on Wednesday, sparking concerns from area residents.
Jordan Cunningham has the story of one woman's search for a safe space to release stress and get out a good scream.
It’s a race against the clock to rescue an endangered leatherback turtle spotted in the Shubenacadie River.
An Ontario woman is trying to become the first transplant recipient to swim across Lake Ontario.
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