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Lyme disease is spread by the bite of infected blacklegged ticks. These ticks are often found in and near areas with trees, shrubs, tall grass or piles of leaves.
Information on how you can help prevent the spread of COVID-19, tips for taking care of your physical and mental health, and other resources to help you.
Children, just like adults, have an important role to play in preventing the spread of COVID-19. It can be difficult for some to understand why they have to stay home or can't see loved ones and friends. Use the following resources to help your child understand what's going on and how they can help.
Materials prepared for the Minister for Women and Gender Equality's appearance before the Standing Committee on the Status of Women February 27, 2020.
The best thing you can do to prevent spreading COVID-19 is to wash your hands frequently with warm water and soap for at least 20 seconds. If none is available, use hand sanitizer containing at least 60% alcohol.
Remember, wearing a non-medical mask or face covering alone will not prevent the spread of COVID-19. You must also wash your hands often, practise physical distancing and stay home if you are sick.
Briefing binder used by the Hon. Steven Guilbeault Minister of Canadian Heritage Before the Standing Committee on Canadian Heritage Regarding the Minister’s Mandate Letter.
Provide an overview of:
- the federal public service appointment framework;
- the responsibilities of the Public Service Commission (PSC) and deputy heads (DH); and
- PSC services and current initiatives.
A series of articles on various subjects which explore the impact of COVID-19 on the socio-economic landscape. New articles will be released periodically.
Canada's response to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has been steadfast—keeping up with new scientific evidence and discoveries which allows us to adapt public health measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19, and providing guidance to health care workers so they have the appropriate tools they need to treat patients. Yet, there is still more to learn about COVID-19.