Canada promises to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by around 40% by 2030


Ontario, Canada's most populous province, reported 3,469 new cases of COVID-19 on Tuesday, down from Monday's 4,447 cases, while its hospitalizations hit new heights. These new measures will help Canada exceed its Paris climate targets, reduce pollution, and help us reach net-zero emissions by 2050.

According to the Ontario government on Tuesday, the number of COVID-19 hospitalizations in the province continues to break records with 2,360 patients now being treated.

"At Riverside, our team is remaining vigilant, recognizing our resilience and proactive approach are central to continuing to mitigate the risk of COVID-19". The province has administered doses at a rate of 264.35 per 1,000.

Rather, she says police will only be able to stop those who they have reason to believe are participating in an "organized public event or social gathering".

Almost 10,500 new doses of vaccine have been administered in Saskatchewan since the last report on Friday, raising the total number to 334,063 since immunizations began.

COVID-19 deaths also grew in the last week, to an average of 44 deaths per day, after sitting close to 30 people a day over the last two months.

A sharp climb in the number of OC Transpo drivers recently testing positive for COVID-19 is prompting employees and their union leadership to demand more protective measures, including the return of rear-bus boarding and accelerated vaccinations, CBC reports.

From 2015 to 2019, the Government of Canada invested roughly $60 billion toward climate action and clean growth.

Public health officials in New Brunswick are reporting 11 new cases of COVID-19 today.

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The administration has so far "lent" 4.2 million doses of the AstraZeneca vaccine, which is not yet authorised for use in the United States, to Canada and Mexico.

Ontario has a test positivity rate of 7.8 per cent, which is down slightly from 7.9 per cent reported on April 21, 2021.

"Our priority continues to be battling COVID-19, we rely on science to save lives and develop vaccines, but we must also listen to climate science, which tells us we're facing an existential threat", Trudeau said.

Health Canada has said the vaccine is safe and effective for all adults despite a possible link to a very rare and treatable blood clot syndrome.

More than half of the new cases reported on Thursday were either in Toronto (1,131), Peel (507) or York (436).

Health Minister Christine Elliott said the orders and the ramping down of elective surgeries could increase ICU capacity by up to 1,000 patient beds.

Quebec has reported a total of 335,608 COVID-19 infections and 10,793 deaths linked to the virus since the onset of the pandemic.

The province confirmed 3,682 new cases of the novel coronavirus today, representing a significant drop from the 4,212 infections reported on Wednesday. Thirty-six is it.' They would say, 'OK, you don't necessarily know exactly how you're going to get there for that final small piece, but we expect you and future governments are going to stretch.