Connect with us
[the_ad id="89560"]

Top Story CP

The latest numbers on COVID-19 in Canada for Sept. 25

Published

less than 1 minute read

The latest numbers of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Canada as of 11:42 a.m. EDT on Sept. 25, 2020:

There are 150,140 confirmed cases in Canada.

_ Quebec: 70,307 confirmed (including 5,814 deaths, 59,943 resolved)

_ Ontario: 48,905 confirmed (including 2,837 deaths, 42,169 resolved)

_ Alberta: 17,190 confirmed (including 261 deaths, 15,467 resolved)

_ British Columbia: 8,543 confirmed (including 229 deaths, 6,917 resolved)

_ Saskatchewan: 1,835 confirmed (including 24 deaths, 1,681 resolved)

_ Manitoba: 1,711 confirmed (including 19 deaths, 1,243 resolved)

_ Nova Scotia: 1,087 confirmed (including 65 deaths, 1,021 resolved)

_ Newfoundland and Labrador: 272 confirmed (including 3 deaths, 267 resolved)

_ New Brunswick: 199 confirmed (including 2 deaths, 191 resolved)

_ Prince Edward Island: 58 confirmed (including 57 resolved)

_ Yukon: 15 confirmed (including 15 resolved)

_ Repatriated Canadians: 13 confirmed (including 13 resolved)

_ Northwest Territories: 5 confirmed (including 5 resolved)

_ Nunavut: No confirmed cases

_ Total: 150,140 (0 presumptive, 150,140 confirmed including 9,254 deaths, 128,989 resolved)

This report by The Canadian Press was first published Sept. 25, 2020.

The Canadian Press

Storytelling is in our DNA. We provide credible, compelling multimedia storytelling and services in English and French to help captivate your digital, broadcast and print audiences. As Canada’s national news agency for 100 years, we give Canadians an unbiased news source, driven by truth, accuracy and timeliness.

Follow Author

Top Story CP

Lee Kun-Hee, force behind Samsung’s rise, dies at 78

Published on

SEOUL, Korea, Republic Of — Lee Kun-Hee, the ailing Samsung Electronics chairman who transformed the small television maker into a global giant of consumer electronics, has died. He was 78.

A Samsung statement said Lee died on Sunday with his family members, including his son and de facto company chief Lee Jae-yong, by his side.

Lee Kun-Hee had been hospitalized since May 2014 after suffering a heart attack and the younger Lee has run Samsung, the biggest company in South Korea.

The Samsung statement says “all of us at Samsung will cherish his memory and are grateful for the journey we shared with him.”

Lee Kun-hee inherited control from his father and during his nearly 30 years of leadership, Samsung Electronics Co. became a global brand and the world’s largest maker of smartphones, televisions and memory chips. Samsung sells Galaxy phones while also making the screens and microchips that power its rivals, Apple’s iPhones and Google Android phones.

It is South Korea’s largest family-controlled business conglomerate and helped make the nation’s economy, Asia’s fourth-largest. Its businesses encompass shipbuilding, life insurance, construction, hotels, amusement park operation and more.

Samsung Electronics alone accounts for 20% of the market capital on South Korea’s main stock market.

Lee leaves behind immense wealth, with Forbes estimating his fortune at $16 billion as of January 2017.

The Associated Press

Continue Reading

Top Story CP

Ailing Samsung Electronics chief Lee Kun-Hee dies

Published on

SEOUL, Korea, Republic Of — Samsung says Lee Kun-Hee, the ailing chairman of Samsung Electronics, has died.

A Samsung statement says Lee died on Sunday with his family members, including his son and de facto company chief Lee Jae-yong, by his side.

Lee Kun-Hee had been hospitalized for years and the younger Lee has been in charge of company affairs.

It says “all of us at Samsung will cherish his memory and are grateful for the journey we shared with him.”

From a local business, Lee Kun-Hee had transformed Samsung into the world-leading innovator and industrial powerhouse.

The Associated Press

Continue Reading

Trending

X