As the number of people with COVID-19 in Canada continues to climb, some regions are being hit harder than others.\nIn fact, one spot has now reported over 95,000 cases of the illness, while another is yet to confirm a single one.\nAdditionally, as of October 20, two provinces alone made up almost 80% of Canada’s total count.\nEditor's Choice: Over 1,000 Americans Tried To Visit Canada To Shop During The COVID-19 Pandemic\n\n\n95,216\n\n\nCases of COVID-19 in Quebec\n\n\n\nSince the beginning of the pandemic, Quebec has reported a total of 95,216 cases as of October 20. Ontario has reported 65,896.\nConversely, in Nunavut, nobody has tested positive for the illness yet.*\nIn fact, Quebec has now confirmed over 95,000 more infections than all three territories and P.E.I. combined.\nAcknowledging this disparity on Tuesday, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said, “Canada is a big country and the pandemic is playing out differently in different provinces and territories.”\n“This is a Team Canada effort,” he added.\nSpeaking as the total number of cases in the country topped 200,000, he described the fight against COVID-19 as "far from over."\nAs of October 20, there were 22,151 active cases of the illness country-wide.\n\n\n\n*Editor's note: This article has been updated.