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The National for Wednesday, April 8 — Preparing for patient surge; Life after lockdown

Apr 09, 2020
good evening this is Adrian Arceneaux tonight he tested positive and like most Canadians he was sent home days later he was dead I know he is gone I hope it can be smooth how fast can the virus change and what to take into account. I am Andrew Chang also tonight. Kovach infections in Ontario are rising, so why is testing slowing down? As you can see, I'm a bit frustrated. A call to increase testing or risk losing control of the outbreak. they are

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what wuhan looks like after three months of quarantine this is the National Canada is approaching another dire number tonight almost 20,000 people have now tested positive for kovat 19 and with many more remain unproven The case count is likely to be much higher and we know that most people who contract this disease have mild symptoms and do not need to go to the hospital but are instead advised to go home . isolate and recover your that's the best case scenario what happens most often, but as Briar Stewart tells us, there are times when things don't work that way and things turn fast outside a Richmond home signs of pain was inside where Willy - Valdez isolated himself from his wife and young daughter after testing positive for Koba 19, the 47-year-old died sometime after going to bed Saturday. my husband is a great guy, he loves his work so much that he is now doing noble work for the sake of our family that is gone how can we survive?
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Valdez was working at this home for people with disabilities where there was an outbreak he never went to the hospital like thousands of other Canadians who have been recovering at home procedures vary across the country BC health officials say anyone who is done a follow-up of positive tests every day, that also happened with Brock Westen in Saskatchewan. We got daily phone calls to check on my symptoms and then they also talked to both of my parents to see how they were doing, you know, just checking on them. The Westin symptoms gradually went away like they do for the vast majority of people, but the Experts say that in some cases, a person's health can deteriorate rapidly, we have learned that there is a critical period of time usually in the second week if at that time people still have a fever or shortness of breath they should seek medical attention or go to the hospital this doctor thinks it's prudent for a friend or family member to sign up but points out that the virus can sometimes attack the heart people have heart abnormalities with the action of the coltd virus attacking the heart muscle can be fatal within a couple of minutes it is not clear if valdez had any underlying health conditions for now his wife remains isolated even i am ta Also worried and a healthcare worker but there's no choice you don't know where and when you can get this disease and she knows how deadly and devastating it can be briar Stewart CBC News Vancouver so we've seen how quickly and sometimes unpredictable this virus can become so let's bring in infectious disease specialist Dr Allison Magee R Dr McGee R what's that line when someone who has symptoms at home should say okay I have to go to the hospital now , so there are three things you should know?
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The first is that this is not different from other diseases, so it is the same. things that should make you call and ask for help or go to a doctor or hospital with any other kind of sphere for our respiratory tract infection and the things that we are most concerned about when people have respiratory tract infections is if you are short of breath if you you feel dizzy if you feel confused or not thinking clearly those are the things you are most concerned about you should be in touch with someone the second thing is most provinces have some kind of telehealth line so this is one is a good time if you're worried and not sure what to do pick up the phone and call and finally when someone talks to you about a diagnosis of coveting heaven or you see someone it's good to say okay what are you supposed to what should I do? be looking tell me what i should be concerned about and if i am concerned what is the process wherever i am for who to call or what to do ok dr. thank you very much magesh Canada today reported over 50 new deaths from this virus bringing the total to at least 476 and across the country new cases were added in every province and one territory the biggest jumps were where we expect another 691 cases in Quebec another 550 in Ontario that province is a big one day gain so Ontario has the second highest case count in the country but testing numbers are way behind at least they do now , as Vika Dough Pia tells us, word got out today from the prime minister himself to speed up testing, even Nick Marceau's doctor suspects he has kovat 19 but can't get tested and it's frustrating especially as someone living alone when you're faced with something like this, Marceau has neither. recently traveled nor is he in a high risk group and his symptoms are not severe so he does not qualify for a test in Ontario, although I had mildly impaired breathing it did not appear to be preventing me from doing regular activities at home, so it was felt that you know the weight laundering situation when it comes to the testing rate for covin 19:00 compared to other provinces, ontario is way behind as you can see i'm a little frustrated.
the national for wednesday april 8 preparing for patient surge life after lockdown
After struggling for weeks to build testing capacity, Ontario is now getting help from hospitals and private labs, but most of that extra capacity is still unused. and there are no more excuses why we shouldn't be getting 13,000 a day that will be our goal after orders from top health officials acknowledging that the rules in Ontario should be relaxed broaden the criteria and encourage doctors to test If people are concerned that the person has symptoms that may be indicative of kovat 19, experts point out that testing is not just about identifying

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s and their contacts, but also about understanding the spread of the corona virus that is not being has slowed down in ontario we can't fight an enemy we can't see we can't handle an epidemic if we don't know its size we don't know where ontario is, a renewed promise to find that enemy.
the national for wednesday april 8 preparing for patient surge life after lockdown
Everyone is working at the moment and they test, test, test and they don't stop trying Vica doe piya. outbreaks one of the hardest hit Seven Oaks in Toronto as of this morning at 7 Oaks there are 45 confirmed cases of kovat 19 and 56 probable cases among the total 249 residents the death toll has now risen to 16 at the facility with other four deaths being investigated as potentially virus-related, there are also 13 infected staff at the Sevenoaks home and Quebec is also dealing with dangerous outbreaks in long-term care homes, one in Laval appears to be out of control with infections rising both in residents and staff and outside. of nurses who have been brought in to help say it's like being thrown into a disaster zone Alison Northcott gives us a closer look at st.
The Daugherty long-term care home is one of the hardest hit. Covid 19 has killed 13 people and infected at least 115. Nurse Silvia Mafia says she is stressed and worried about contracting the virus herself or giving it to a resident or colleague. The Quebec government says nearly half. of kovat deaths 19 have been in long-term care homes in response they have begun moving health workers from hospitals and clinics into homes to help we know that the most vulnerable to the virus are the elderly we are concentrating on our efforts our nursing homes CBC News spoke to nurses who moved into the house in Laval who did not want to be identified but said there was little leadership with no training and insufficient protective equipment one described being in a room with 20 infected residents with instructions simply trying to keep the patients alive, another described the situation of the patients as inhumane.
Moran says the staff is working in an environment that is far from normal for everyone. ne we can do our best it's too much yes too much to care in a statement the health authority said there is enough protective equipment for staff and now a team in place to ensure prevention measures are followed today the government said they are ramping up their response with widespread testing in their long term care homes and we are going to test everyone we are going to test the elderly we are going to test the staff to make sure we know exactly where they have people covered 19 these ironies out loud here this afternoon there was a show of solidarity from police and firefighters inside this house fighting to contain the virus Allison Northcott CBC News Montreal's federal programs are really being put to the test as the Prime Minister returned On Parliament Hill today Justin Trudeau arrived in the West Block for his first in-person cabinet meeting in several weeks, he had been aut oIsolated since mid-March when his wife tested positive for kovin 19.
Sophie Gregoire Trudeau said in late l Last month he recovered, but Canada's economic recovery remains in the distant future. Today, the ministers set out to show that they are doing what is necessary to inject money where it is needed. David Cochrane has the latest on a program in progress aimed at keeping workers on the job. the largest aid program in Canadian history and it is being changed as we go we want these emergency measures to be as effective and inclusive as possible so we are listening and making adjustments along the way the latest adjustments include making things easier for businesses and charities to show that their monthly income had fallen by at least 30 percent and required only a 15 percent drop for March because the shutdowns came in the middle of the month for those businesses that said this wouldn't suit me , we make sure they get a better fit and a better deal and to make it simpler and more cost-effective for employers to re-hire kurz, the government is provoked by proposing to refund employer contributions to employment insurance From the Canada Pension Plan , the Quebec parental hall insurance plan and the Quebec pension plan, Air Canada is already buying the program and is using to rehire 16,500 employees that he laid off less than two weeks ago, that was exactly the intent of the The wage subsidy is designed to make sure that if people have income, the wage subsidy will also apply to Canada's energy sector .
The ovid 19 smashed bike and a price war between russia and saudi arabia still need parliamentary approval and the liberals are still negotiating the final version with the opposition parties, but the promise is to tweak and tweak again to help as many companies as possible the absolute goal is to make sure we have all the tools we need to prevent a recession from turning into a depression the government also wants to protect itself against fraud a business that gets a subsidy it didn't need will have to pay it back but anyone who tries scamming the program will face a stiff financial penalty lties and up to five years in jail David Cochran CBC News Ottawa's $2,000 monthly payments have begun to be extended to workers who have lost income due to the pandemic, in fact, to some who signed up for direct deposit have been paid twice it's not a mistake the benefit of Canada's emergency response is retroactive to March 15th, so the first $2k covers you through April 11th, if you also got your second payment, remember it has to last until May 9th, everyone needs to manage their budget in understanding and it's $2,000 per month regardless of when that $2,000 is actually deposited the government has tried to distribute applicants based on birth month tomorrow is for people born in October through December so the money is flowing in for some but many students don't qualify for that benefit and your outlook for summer jobs could be pretty bleak today the government announced a way to shore up your prospects here's Cameron Mackintos with how you could help even in one day snowy spring Alex Squire is thinking about summer she had a job lined up that she hoped would lead her to a full time job for sure now practically ically a full time architecture student gone missing soon to graduate she is looking for anything that will pay the bills so i think that is the concern because there will be no work for the students today.
The prime minister promised changes to Canada's summer jobs program. % to cover student hiring costs Trudeau says he will fund 70,000 jobs for students ages 15 to30 years and will allow employers to keep students beyond the summer opens opportunity for more employers Lily Lumsden helps match students with employers says this can benefit both essential services now and businesses that will reopen later, students will be able to have employment, but also those employers may also have some support and be able to extend those placements but at this time, many students who are in school full time will not qualify for Canada's emergency response benefit because they did not work while They were at school.
I believe that this is a piecemeal measure and that it will not adequately address the dire financial situation. that students and recent grads are in right now, that's what makes finding a job so urgent for Squier. She worries about ultimately graduating in a stagnant economy even if I survive financially for months to come, like what happens after that now with only 70,000 positions funded there are up to two million students looking for jobs this summer in Canada the competition for the jobs out there will be rigid Cameron Mackintosh CBC News Winnipeg Now many of you have been telling us how worried you are about your money, so once again tonight we will dedicate part of our show to that very topic.
Financial experts will answer your questions in about 15 minutes. British Columbia is stepping up enforcement of quarantine orders for travelers returning to the province. Anyone entering the province now must have a written plan detailing how they will self-isolate for 14 days. That plan must be approved by BC officials and if there is no self-isolation. isolation plan, a quarantine site will be prepared and made available to those people until they can meet, Prime Minister John Horgan says the new requirement is effective immediately, but from Friday there will be provincial officials at the Inter

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Airport from Vancouver and border crossings just to make sure the plans are complete, officials are really concerned about the number of Canadians coming home from abroad and on those repatriation flights, about 30 healthcare workers at the Hospital Cape Breton Regional are in isolation tonight after having contact with a patient who initially tested negative but was later found to be infected with Kovac.
Even if an initial test may come back negative, the province says it's considering ways to get things back out of isolation sooner than the recommended 14 days right now, we just don't have enough data to tell us exactly when we're going to see that spike, but It's important for everyone to understand that the more the curve is flattened, the more we stretch it, and that's intentional. The Saskatchewan Health Authority says it is too early to tell when the pandemic will peak in the province, but the model has been released. today shows that officials are planning for 3,000 to 8,000 deaths and about 20 to 200 intensive care admissions daily which the province saw 11 new cases today for a total of 271 people who have recovered from kovat 19 may be key to helping those who they're still sick, as Christine Burak explains there's a major Canadian study looking at whether their antibodies could be the antidote after weeks in isolation. the moment Diana Behrendt was waiting for the antibody positive virus and I am going to donate my plasma plasma is the yellow liquid part of your blood that contains antibodies when a virus enters the body the immune system begins to build antibodies to attack the doctors of infections around the world ask if plasma from patients who recovered from kovat 19 can help cure those still infected is an old treatment that has been tried during other pandemics dating back to 1918 anecdotal data from china promises the history of using this product in some circumstances is promising this chinese study got positive results but there were only five patients to get answers Ca Nadian scientists will lead the largest clinical trial in the world, all universities in the country, all hospitals have said yes we will do this and I can tell from the flood of emails that everything s are working 24/7 to make this happen starting in about three weeks. the trial will include 1200 kovat 19 patients mostly in hospitals in quebec and ontario two thirds will be infused with antibody rich plasma the rest will be in standard care i would say probably our biggest concern is recruiting enough donors so that we have enough plasma to go around they'll need donations from at least 800 recovered patients code 19 to make it all work American patients like Barons have already started handing over their plasma for emergency use take all you want it's like donating blood and scientists are hoping Canadians will roll up their sleeves to help determining whether or not plasma is a worthy treatment Kristine Burak CBC News Toronto a huge development at ground zero this pandemic is over 11 weeks of

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I wonder what will be different here two years from now and what life will be like here after the pandemic. We look to the past for clues to the future in which we are back. welcome back kovat 19 has crossed another threshold in this pandemic worldwide there are now over a million and a half confirmed infections almost 1/3 of them in the United States in terms of deaths the American numbers are in the same rank as Spain Italy and now France, the hardest-hit countries that lost more than 10,000 people each and the country that once shouldered the burden of most illnesses and deaths, China now has the most recovered cases with over 77,000, so there is some hope in those case numbers and the Chinese ones.
The city of Wuhan, as Sasha Patristic tells us, the lockdown that has been in place there since the end of January has finally been lifted exactly 11 weeks after Wuhan closed its roads and rails opened flights also started to flow just like a lot of emotions for those now free Wang 1qu hasn't been able to leave her house once since January it was so sudden she says she didn't know she'd be stuck for so long yet all the passengers in hazmat suits all the temperature tests show Wuhan isn't it will be back to normal any day soon, the first city to be devastated by coronavirus remains a maze of barriers and officials at checkpoints still urge people to stay close to home lest infections restart .
Wuhan is opening now because it has only had three cases in the last three weeks. fear of the virus fills the place it's hard to ward off all those infected people here with no symptoms he says the pain is also omnipresent too deep to be swept away by a memorial moment of sirens and horns last weekend some 2500 people initially died in the city, although many believe the actual number was much higher. Many blamed the government for initially trying to hide the outbreak. The cover-up by Wuhan officials led to my father's death as Shanghai. State TV showed the Wuhan spectacle bathed in lasers and colored lights and portrayed it as a miraculous recovery, actually a sign of what the rest of the world faces when it also locks up sascha petrol 6eb c-- news tokyo British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is spending a third night in intensive care, but officials say his condition is improving.
I can also tell you that he has been sitting up in bed and participating positively with the clinical team. Johnson tested positive for kovat 19 about two weeks ago and was admitted to hospital on sunday he received oxygen but did not require a ventilator in the uk about 61k people have tested positive for kovac 19 over 7,000 have now died pan demic or not pandemic usa The presidential election continues, but now without Bernie Sanders, he withdrew today, leaving Joe Biden free to take on Donald Trump. CBC's Katie Simpson tells us how the coronavirus played a role. Bernie Sanders is trying to achieve what can only be described as Bernie.
Sanders, from movements known for being totally committed to their ideals and unwilling to compromise, is withdrawing from the presidential race, but refuses to take his name off the ballot, we must continue to work to gather as many delegates as possible at the convention democrat where we will be. Able to wield significant influence over the party platform and other functions Unusual strategy puts an end to erstwhile frontrunner's campaign His promises of revolution free health care and college tuition resonated with energetic young supporters and celebrity activists alike, but Sanders couldn't to grow his base and when Joe Biden began to attract a diverse coalition of supporters, the independent senator knew he was in for a fight that ended when the coronavirus made it unsafe to hold rallies if his campaign like Bernie Sanders' he feeds on the oxygen of huge passionate supporters who were there in person and the coronavirus simply turned that off by not explicitly endorsing Biden Democrats fear Sanders could trigger a repeat of 2016 when some of his supporters refuse to vote for Hillary Clinton feeling left behind look at another stranger thank you very much I have many of them in the last election that surprised people but it didn't surprise me, no, those are great people as far as the legacy of him, Sanders has changed the conversation in the Democratic Party, pushing it towards the progressive left.
Some ideas that may have been laughed at four years ago are now seriously debated. As hospitals across Canada brace for a wave of kovat 19 cases, doctors here are holding drills after realizing that, unlike in New York, they might actually have t It's time to prepare and in a few moments our experts will you join us here to take your code 19 questions but ones about money like this what do i do with my RRSP it's melting hello welcome back it's that moment on the show where we answer your questions from kovat 19 and tonight there are financial questions, many canadians are now struggling to make ends meet and have questions about where and what help is available so for the personal finance experts joining us we have Lesley Ann score G and Kerry Taylor hello to the two, thanks for joining us, Kerry, you're going to start us off and here's the first question.
I've been hit with reduced hours, so technically I'm still employed, but I don't make enough to live on. What are the supports? there to me that's a big question and there's a known gap not all canadians qualify for the canadian emergency response benefit they don't qualify for e there and they don't qualify for the wage subsidy that's coming out so the government is looking I am trying to fill this gap for the self-employed, contract employees and workers in the informal economy. The other void is the students, so we need to stand still and see what the government prepares for these groups of people.
It's okay, Lesley Ann. The next question is for you. I am 71 years old. years and my pension has dropped by 30% I have no other sources of income. What should I do for this particular scenario? The government has implemented a new is a reduction what you have to remove from your RIF or withdraw from your RIF every year is a 25% reduction for seniors a little more time for their wallets to recover with the good news, although CPP and old age security benefits are not changing so income can be relied on ok kerry here's another question if i can't pay rent and my landlord isn't willing to bend what they are my options, well that's a good question, well first of all you can rest easy because the courts are closed and all the provinces have put a hold on our detained evictions so you're safe for now the good stuff. the thing is also you can ask your landlord to apply for a mortgage deferment they just need to call your bank and they can defer your mortgage for up to six months and this will give you some leeway when it comes to paying your rent now more the landlords are being very flexible because they know we're in the middle of a pandemic so offering to pay partial rent and budget and see what you can offer goes a long way in maintaining goodwill and there are provinces like British Columbia. that they are offering a subsidy to homeowners is up to $500, they just need to apply and it goes directly to them and other provinces may be followingyour example, but the mortgage deferment is interesting to take the pressure off them for each of them to take the pressure off you, Leslie.
And what do I do with my fading RRSPs? So if you're young, you can get through this, but if you're close to retirement, you need to make a change to your portfolio. What we're always looking to do in our portfolios is to do Of course we have proper asset allocation and diversity a portion of what we call fixed income a portion of cash and some equities so again if you're young you can get past this and the investment community agrees that the road to recovery will be a long one, possibly three more years, so hang in there Leslie Ann Carey, great advice as always, thank you very much for your time and every night we answer your questions tomorrow, our doctors will answer them again, so let us know what you'd like to know. directly on Instagram at CBC the

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or you can email us at kovat at cbc.ca just make sure to put the national in the subject line there is no doubt our lives have changed during this pandemic but that change will stay once this is Do you think we are in a situation similar to a great world war?
Next, we look at how major events from the past have changed our lives to give us a glimpse of what our future could be. other people haha ​​I've touched the mail and the packages are up there so how concerned should we be ok let's start with how long does this coronavirus survive on inanimate objects it's ours today it depends on the surface so on something like paper or cardboard, early studies say it's less than a day, so the time spent in your mailbox may have been enough to kill the virus, but what about newly delivered packages?
The problem is people, not things. from the delivery person because it's the fresh drops from people that are the problem, so the most practical advice every time your mail was delivered was to go ahead and open it, take out whatever's inside out, and then wash your hands. welcome back its not an understatement to say kovat 19 has changed the world this era will probably be a pretty thick chapter in a history book one day being right in the middle its a bit hard to say what that chapter will be read but lets try comparing this crisis with those of the past and how those great upheavals changed who we are and how we live as people as cities as countries we can sometimes find ourselves measuring life in the days before and after something serious has changed us this is one of those moments and hardly the first I don't like the language of war but I think we are in a situation similar to that of a great world war Historian Margaret Macmillan of Canada says that this country's experiences with world wars have always led to more intrusive government and that probably it will happen now. ways you normally wouldn't the amazing news rushed to code on the front lines the war was over and temporary measures can sometimes last consider the income tax you pay now was introduced after world war one to subsidize The effort, and it was supposed to be short-lived, never went away.
The demands of the war in Canada and Britain meant that governments began to have to squeeze the resources of societies and found their way to another pleasant surprise. they could squeeze out much more than they ever thought they could actually become something governments came to depend on with the new taxes and regulation that may be coming now, along with changes to our sense of freedom Think about life After 9/11, in a matter of weeks, frightened Western populations accepted curbs on freedoms in the name of security. ity, including strict checks and airports that are now just routine and I think it could well happen with the current epidemic that we might be prepared to have monitoring on our phones to have our temperatures taken more often if it's going to defeat the virus you know what you've changed when a suggestion like that doesn't sound as absurd as it might have just a few weeks ago and what do you think of this seeing a physically distanced gathering in the park normal now well which can suddenly seem strange and unsafe in the age of kovat It's how narrow the city sidewalks seem.
Will they ever widen because of this? I wonder why. it's going to be different here two years from now we're going to have to start having a more nuanced discussion on density what kinds of densities are possibly detrimental in pandemics Sarah Jensen automobiles studies how disease alters our environments what she says for a boost in parks after this, the way Central Park in New York was designed by an architect who once worked for Public Health when he talked about building Central Park, he mentioned it as a way to bring clean air to the city and a where people were able to find refuge did after a yellow fever pandemic in New York the fresh air the city coveted at the time and can be championed again when we get through this and one day we too will see the differences in our lives before and after bidding 90, next we'll take you to a Canadian hospital while they prepare for the worst, practice drills and pr preparations right after the break, but first we ask what keeps you up at night, so here it is tonight.
The Pandemic Diary Hi, I'm Brittany Tucker and I'm 33 years old from Cold Lake, Alberta, the mother of an 11-year-old daughter and currently self-employed. I subcontract to my family business. offering auto detailing our business has been so busy over the past few years that we book weeks in advance and then since this whole pandemic started we have been reduced to almost nothing and for the time being we are forced to close our doors and now it's like a ghost town here in the last few years we've been through a lot and i feel like this could be the last straw the only thing that gives me hope is that one of these days this will happen final and we'll all be in the same boat and we can work together to try and get out of this mess we're in yes everyone can get through this this is jamie wa sahlan tomorrow on the front lines of the cdc daily news podcast burning view from wuhan china where it started the pandemic and a foreign teen across town has jus got up after 76 long days subscribe wherever you get your podcasts hospitals around the world are overwhelmed with coronavirus cases al South of the border in New York has been described as a war zone with patient beds spilling into hallways and critical supplies running low now.
Canada is still waiting to peak, but as David Common shows us, wards emergency department being prepped in a downtown Toronto ED, staff ready, Michelle gets notification to team leader, we've called 555 to get a protected code blue inside Mount Sinai Hospital they're practicing. what is known as code protected blue dr. Katherine Varner leads the response to acute respiratory distress. When we talk about a protected code blue, we are talking about a scenario where a patient will need additional support to help them breathe, but this includes placing a breathing tube. Acknowledge the patient. she is at risk of rapid deterioration and asks for help in conducting these trials.
Canadian healthcare workers have time to practice. Those in hard-hit New York did not, and many workers became infected. What is happening here at Toronto's Mount Sinai is actually being replicated in hospitals across the country, large and small, as healthcare workers inside try to prepare for the wave they know is coming, so with everyone anywhere again we'll do it at 95 we're going to do a face shield we'll do it when we do this on a real kovat patient they wear even more protective gear but because they're in short supply they're wearing practice gear in a real scenario all the room could be contaminated there is a risk of aerosolizing the virus which means the virus can end up very quickly throughout the room and stay in the room for many hours when it is there carefully remove the equipment ready for the next patient had more time to practice caring for these patients in our emergency departments so that we can be prepared when patients return.
Currently they come in really sick and need our care but we can deliver our care in a way that is safe for us in Ontario that wave may now be just a few days away we need two internal teams to prepare for it David Coleman CBC News Toronto and when we go back a special wedding anniversary in isolation how a yellowknife family managed to mark the milestone together their moment is next first though in his heyday a man may have the respect of johnny cash dolly parton bob dylan this man john prine the singer-songwriter, he died last night at the age of 73 after complications due to CO vat19 a legend legends here is some of what made prime special until his last day i would say john pines is the second greatest american songwriter of all time, possibly the biggest. an old lady named after my mother, you know, going back to Angel de Montgomery, that song is almost perfect and she's writing from a woman's perspective and she did it in an era where people didn't pay attention to that, seems to be very easy. for him to get to this level, this level of depth that other people have to work really hard to get to, it seems like he just comes out of it, like walking down the street, there's a cafe that was closing, 7n John came and played a performance in my living room and we invited a bunch of fans and fellow musicians John started singing a song with these lyrics with something like isn't it funny how an old broken bottle looks like a diamond ring and i look o see in Gordon Lightfoot Gordon Lightfoot has this tear running down his face Jim Cuddy in the back of the blue rodeos gotta rip menno from Colorado gotta rip Sam Cash gotta rip Tara Lightfoot gotta rip I got a tear I start to look around and john prine was crushing all of us daddy is in love my egos are like a secret to many people where if you like john prine you really like john prine for latest pandem updates corona virus ai breaking news and top stories download cbc news app now what? great photo this is Gavin and Betty Hollis 64 years ago when they got married and now all those years later its an anniversary certainly worth celebrating but with everyone isolated their family couldn't make it to their party so they celebrated the only way they could these days through a video call and that is our moment.
I could see my grandfather take a bite and hear the little moans and groans from him and see his eye widen from him as he looks at all the banana ch. chocolate chip cookies like it was something we didn't expect it was amazing to see them and see my grandpa smiling and just seeing my grandma she looked so good my dad he would just be like his one eye would shine and he would just He's got this bright smile, he's become a person of maybe fewer words than we've come to know over the years because he was also very talkative, but when he does speak, it's just that you can feel the appreciation, the gratitude that would have been. in his glory that day in between several naps of course so a little bit about Gavin and Betty they met as teenagers at a dance in Scotland they moved to Canada then went to Yellowknife to be closer to their grandchildren and great grandchildren y According to the people who work in the house where they live, the love they have that the children talked about is still magnetic.
Apparently one of the staff says that he is decorating the cake but just to see them sitting holding hands all the staff were not crying that is the national for this April 8th

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