Regional Covid-19 Resources and On Reserve Stats by Region Below:
Black = New Cases, Green = Recovered, Red = Deaths, Blue – Hospitalized, Purple – ISC reported total –  Updated Daily

BC
45 359 131 6,662 7,220
AB
87 838 151 15,086 16,389
SK
52 425 111 14,129 14,546
MB
203 677 125 14,563 15,676
ON
265 215 61 6,040 7,031
QC
59 31 10 3,399 4,832
Atlantic
4 8 4 911 1,146
North60
49 156 34 6,923 8,654
 
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Tonga volcanic eruption suspected cause after water pipe to Ucluelet First Nation broken – Times Colonist

State of emergency declared, jugs of water being trucked in The volcanic eruption off Tonga is suspected of being responsible for initial damage to the normally submerged water line running…

Vaccination plus infection offered most protection during Delta surge, U.S. study shows – CBC

Vaccination still the safest way to protect yourself against COVID-19, CDC says Jan 19, 2022 Protection against the previously-dominant Delta variant was highest among people who were both vaccinated and…

Town of Inuvik closes offices, stops short of a lockdown as COVID-19 cases rise – CBC

Inuvik is one of 2 communities in the N.WT. where COVID-19 cases continue to increase Jan 19, 2022 The Town of Inuvik is closing its offices as of 5 p.m.…

Ford to make announcement as sources say COVID-19 restrictions will ease for Ontario restaurants, gyms – CBC

Restaurants, gyms able to open at 50% capacity on Jan. 31, sources say Jan 20, 2022 Ontario Premier Doug Ford is scheduled to make an announcement Thursday morning on his…

U of M health-care students asked to go to First Nations to help with COVID-19 response – CTV News

19, 2022 Health-care students and residents at the University of Manitoba are being asked to go to First Nations communities to support their health-care workforces amid an expected surge of…

Medical school to use ‘theatre-based’ engagement sessions to increase indigenous vaccination rate – BayToday.ca

First Nations youth and young adults were vaccinated at lower rates than older people in northern Ontario Young Indigenous people have lower vaccination rates, so Northern Ontario School of Medicine (NOSM)…

Coronavirus: What’s happening in Canada and around the world on Thursday – CBC

Austria announces lottery for people who are vaccinated ahead of vote on mandate Jan 20, 2022 Austria’s parliament is due to vote Thursday on introducing a COVID-19 vaccine mandate for…

The Anglican Church donates $10,000 worth of food to Bearskin Lake First Nation – TBNewsWatch.com

The donated food will be trucked to the remote community on the ice road network THUNDER BAY — Some more help is on its way to Bearskin Lake First Nation,…

New study targets vaccine confidence for Indigenous youth – CTV News

19, 2022 Sudbury – Researchers are taking a good, long look at vaccine confidence among Indigenous youth thanks to a new study through the Northern Ontario School of Medicine (NOSM).…

First Nations people in Manitoba account for 25% of COVID-19 hospitalizations – CBC

Jan 19, 2022 Pandemic response team lead says First Nations people still at higher risk for severe illness First Nations people in Manitoba account for 25 per cent of COVID-19…

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