Bleak milestone as Canada surpasses 300,000 COVID cases, more than 100,000 in past month
Canada's total COVID-19 case load has surpassed 300,000.
It's the latest sign of the rapidly accelerating pace of the pandemic in most of the country.
The bleak milestone comes less than a month after Canada crossed the 200,000-case threshold on Oct. 19.
The national tally passed 300,000 after British Columbia reported 1,959 cases this afternoon.
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