1. Pressure mounts on Health Canada to approve rapid COVID testing devices  CBC.ca
  2. Coronavirus: "Can't rule out" second wave of COVID-19, says Canadian health minister  Global News
  3. 'The time to act is now': Tam says in response to COVID-19 spikes  CTV News
  4. Why the acceleration in new COVID-19 cases in Canada is concerning  CBC.ca
  5. Canada’s coronavirus testing capacity can handle surge in demand: Tam  Global News
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With a sudden spike in cases prompting more people to get tested, Canadians are coping with hours-long lineups at COVID-19 testing centres across the country — and some medical experts are calling on Health Canada to approve new devices to deliver faster results.With a sudden spike in cases prompting more people to get tested, Canadians are coping with hours-long lineups at COVID-19 testing centres across the country — and some medical experts are calling on Health Canada to approve new devices to deliver faster results.

Canada’s top doctor has a stern message for Canadians in response to the rise of COVID-19 cases across the country: change the trajectory before it’s too late. Canada’s top doctor has a stern message for Canadians in response to the rise of COVID-19 cases across the country: change the trajectory before it’s too late.

'The time to act is now': Tam says in response to COVID-19 spikes | CTV News

As Canada's coronavirus numbers continue to rise, the country's chief public health officer said she is confident testing capacity can withstand a second wave. As Canada's coronavirus numbers continue to rise, the country's chief public health officer said she is confident testing capacity can withstand a second wave. 

Canada’s coronavirus testing capacity can handle surge in demand: Tam - National | Globalnews.ca

Is this the second wave? Canada's COVID-19 daily case count is back in the thousands and four provinces make up the majority of that.  The Public Health Agency of Canada revealed that as of 7 p.m. Eastern time on September 14, there were 1,351 new cases of COVID-19 reported. 1,351 New COVID-19 cases recorded in Canada Over 400 of those were in just one province. Alberta put up 418 cases, followed by B.C. with 317, then Ontario with 313, and Quebec with 276. Manitoba reported 21 new instances while Saskatchewan had 5 and New Brunswick recorded one.    NOW WATCH Ford Is Ready To Shut Ontario Down Again If COVID-19 Numbers Keep Getting WorseYikes. 😳

Canada's COVID-19 Daily Cases Are Back In The 1000s With 400 Of Those In 1 Province - Narcity

As Canada's coronavirus numbers continue to rise, the country's chief public health officer said she is confident testing capacity can withstand a second wave.

Canada’s coronavirus testing capacity can handle surge in demand: Tam