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'Big Brother Canada' proceeding with production, contestants aware of COVID-19: Corus

'Big Brother Canada' proceeding with production, contestants aware of COVID-19: Corus

TORONTO — Production is still underway on "Big Brother Canada" despite the global COVID-19 crisis.
Blue Jays select Panik to 40-man roster, place Diaz on injured list

Blue Jays select Panik to 40-man roster, place Diaz on injured list

TORONTO — The Toronto Blue Jays selected infielder Joe Panik to the 40-man roster on Monday and placed right-handed pitcher Yennsy Diaz on the 60-day injured list with a right lat strain. Panik, 29, batted .
COVID-19: Montreal to deploy resources to Trudeau International airport

COVID-19: Montreal to deploy resources to Trudeau International airport

Montreal deployed resources to Trudeau International Airport on Monday to urge people returning to the country to self-isolate as the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in the province continues to rise. Dr.
Art during arduous times: A look at digital artistic endeavours during COVID-19

Art during arduous times: A look at digital artistic endeavours during COVID-19

TORONTO — The show must go on, as the old adage goes, and some artists are working hard to make that happen as the COVID-19 pandemic shuts down entertainment events.
CREA reports home sales up in February, average price climbs higher

CREA reports home sales up in February, average price climbs higher

OTTAWA — Home sales in February were up sharply compared with February 2019 when sales hit a decade-low for the month, the Canadian Real Estate Association said Monday.

U-Sports bans in-person recruiting for 3 weeks in sanctioned sports due to virus

TORONTO — U Sports has issued a three-week moratorium on all in-person recruiting, effective immediately in its 12 U Sports-sanctioned sports, due to the COVID-19 outbreak.

Major League Soccer extends team training moratorium within match-play ban

TORONTO — Major League Soccer, which has suspended match play for 30 days due to the COVID-19 outbreak, has extended its moratorium on team training through March 20.

Canadian wrestlers Steen and Dhesi qualify for upcoming Tokyo Olympics

OTTAWA — Canadian wrestlers Jordie Steen and Amar Dhesi qualified for the upcoming Tokyo Olympics on Sunday following their semifinal victories at the Pan-American Olympic Qualification Tournament. Steen, from Tecumseh, Ont.

Quebec orders bars, movie theatres to close to limit spread of COVID-19

Quebec Premier Francois Legault ordered the closure of gathering places such as bars, theatres, gyms and movie theatres on Sunday as the province brought in more aggressive measures to contain the spread of COVID-19.

Canoe Kayak Canada cancels Olympic and Paralympic team trials due to coronavirus

OTTAWA — Canoe Kayak Canada announced that they have cancelled their upcoming Olympic and Paralympic team trials due to the novel coronavirus.
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