We can officially confirm that this is the first year in our history without the flu.
While it has been a long and difficult year for many, we are proud to announce that 2017 has been one of the most productive and productive years in the history of our country.
For those of you who have had to go without the virus, we wish you a full and healthy 2018.
The following facts and figures from the Canadian government confirm our most recent official forecast.
We were expecting the pandemics pandemic to be a long one, with many countries suffering a pandemic.
It is, in fact, the longest since 1900.
In the first six months of 2017, we saw an unprecedented number of cases and deaths, as well as many cases of the coronavirus.
We saw more than 30,000 cases of COVID-19, an extremely severe strain of the virus that has not yet been fully cleared from the United States.
We also saw a surge in the number of newly diagnosed cases, and deaths.
There were also nearly 5,000 deaths from COVID.
But, as we all know, pandemic disease is only one side of the coin.
The real story of our year is the economic impact of the pandes outbreak.
The impact on Canada’s economy is even more staggering.
For example, the cost of health care in 2017 alone was $5.4 billion.
The cost of treating the COVID cases in 2017 was $1.3 billion.
We lost over a million jobs.
Over 2,400 people have been hospitalized in the last month alone.
And, while we can’t attribute every COVID death to the pandics outbreak, we can say that over 70 per cent of the deaths are related to the COFF-1 coronaviruses.
As we’ve written before, we’ve seen the global economy grow during this pandemic, as millions of people in countries around the world moved back to work and businesses reopened.
Many people also benefited from a fall in the price of oil.
The price of a barrel of Brent crude, the benchmark global oil, plunged nearly half a cent to a low of $33.37 per barrel on Tuesday.
But the impact was far from limited to Canada.
Canada also had a strong impact on the global trade market.
In fact, Canada’s exports to the U.S. were the largest single-day gain in 2017, with a total of $541.3 million.
So, the good news is that 2017 was a great year for Canada.
It was the best year for the economy in nearly a century.
It also was the year of economic growth, job creation, economic growth and prosperity.
And the worst news?
This year will mark the third time that we will not have the pandemaker in place.
We’ll have to wait until 2019 to have the full effects of the COFES-19 pandemic in full effect.