COVID-19 data in Canada's provinces shows that the country's overall curve is on a steep downward trajectory. \nThough, some provinces are in far worse shape than others. \nEditor's Choice: Here's Exactly How Your Taxes Will Be Impacted If You Claimed COVID-19 Benefits\n\n \n\n\n\n\n32,986\n\n\nActive cases in Canada on February 17. \n\n\nOf those active cases, the most were in Ontario, with the current count at 10,985. \nNext is Quebec at 9,313 active cases, followed by Alberta at 4,857. \nBritish Columbia follows closely behind with 4,226 active COVID-19 cases in the province. \n\nMeanwhile, Manitoba and Saskatchewan both have around 1,500 cases currently. \nNewfoundland and Labrador have 341 active cases. \nFinally, we have New Brunswick at 119 and the rest of the provinces and territories are all in the double or single digits.