Quebec Premier François Legault on Monday announced the introduction of the Canadian government’s COVID Alert app in the province, explaining the province has come to the conclusion the app is secure. Legault urged Quebecers to download the app because it will “only really help us if many people choose to activate it.”
Access to high speed internet as an essential service is something that has become apparent during the COVID-19 pandemic. However, about 30 per cent of Nova Scotia does not have access to high speed internet. Tuesday, the government committed to changing that over the next 2 years. Jesse Thomas has more.