COVID-19 Live Updates: Coronavirus News in Calgary for November 8


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“And that will be for the purpose of determining what happened and then coming back quickly with advice to the leaders of the system,” Friesen said on Sunday.

There have been eight deaths at the Maples home in 48 hours recently, seven of which were linked to COVID-19.

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Fall resurgence of COVID-19 reaches new daily highs in Quebec, Ontario

FILE PHOTO: People walk through the Eaton Center shopping mall in Toronto, Ontario, Canada June 24, 2020. Photo by REUTERS / Carlos Osorio / file photo

The fall resurgence of COVID-19 continued to shatter daily infection records in Quebec and Ontario on Sunday, while devastating outbreaks at two long-term care homes in Winnipeg sparked an official investigation by the provincial government.

Quebec has reported 1,397 new cases, up slightly from the previous record set about a month ago, while Ontario has reported 1,328 daily cases, nearly 200 more than Saturday’s record.

Nationally, the Public Health Agency of Canada reported 262,466 confirmed cases as of Sunday afternoon, with worrying peaks in several regions.

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LEGO to open new store at West Edmonton Mall with COVID-19 measures

People walk past the Lego store on Boxing Day at the Southgate Center in Edmonton, Alta. On Friday, December 26, 2014. Photo by photo file

The manager of Edmonton’s second LEGO location said the store will follow public health guidelines by requiring masks, enforcing physical distancing and preventing queues due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Danish-American toy production company said on Wednesday it will be opening a new store on the first floor of the West Edmonton Mall on November 13. The store will showcase the entire LEGO product portfolio as well as a digital box scanner to see how the sets come together and a wall with different individually colored bricks.


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