Coronavirus-hit cruise ship carrying 248 Canadians allowed to pass through Panama Canal
The Canadian government says it is working with its counterparts in Panama and the cruise line to get more than 200 Canadian passengers home.
'I'm phobic of debt': Small business owners not in love with federal government's emergency loans
Canadian small business owners listened closely to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Finance Minister Bill Morneau on Friday as they announced the federal government's plans to help small businesses survive the financial crisis of COVID-19. Many were encouraged by the new 75 per cent wage subsidy. Others were disappointed to hear that a big portion of the help for them comes in the form of loans.
Sophie Grégoire Trudeau says she has recovered from COVID-19
Sophie Grégoire Trudeau says she has recovered from COVID-19 after contracting the illness while on a trip to the United Kingdom earlier this month.
In sickness and health: How to help your relationships survive COVID-19 quarantine
With so many couples and families spending more time at home in isolation during the COVID-19 pandemic, some are finding ways to make it work while others warn it might result in an uptick in divorce and broken relationships.
Canadian flight crews demand protective suits as more than a dozen fall ill with COVID-19
More than a dozen Canadian flight attendants have fallen ill with COVID-19, CBC News has learned. The union representing the country's largest airline says crews need better protective gear.
Italy sits tight under lockdown, as deaths and infections jump and coronavirus spreads south
After a glimmer of hope earlier this week that the effects of the quarantine were starting to show, official infections and deaths in Italy rebounded. Nerves are fraying as restrictions get tighter.