Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced major new financial supports for businesses affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
"I have a clear bill of health by medical professionals", she said.
In an update Sunday, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said the government will be investing $7.5-million into Kids Help Phone, a national service that provides counselling and support for children and teenagers.
Asked how screening would be different, Trudeau said the government was giving new tools to airlines and railways.
The 44-year-old former television host, who now works in public speaking and charitable endeavours, is also Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's wife.
"If you're fortunate enough to have a little extra to spare right now, I'm asking you to join in and be part of the solution", he said.
Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland said Friday Canadian officials continue to speak "energetically" with their US counterparts.
Katy Saunders says her husband Keith Saunders, a store manager there, died earlier in the week of COVID-19-related complications.
'These are challenging times.
Trudeau made the announcement during his daily COVID-19 briefing from his Rideau cottage home, saying Canadians need to "keep it up".
The government also announced that it will launch a "Canada Emergency Business Account", which will allow banks to offer $40,000 loans that are guaranteed by the government to qualifying businesses. That means listening and following the health protocols and staying at home for the time being. I know it's not easy to be alone - we are all social beings, me included!
Trudeau said the government will have more details to come on the small business measures "hopefully by Monday".
People showing any symptoms of COVID-19 will no longer be able to board a flight or passenger train within Canada.
"I want to recognize the incredible people who work and volunteer in their communities through these groups".
The federal government is rolling out $16.5 million in new funding to support young people and seniors during the COVID-19 pandemic.
"I'm trying not to over-call it, but I do believe we've seen a flattening, a falling-off of that curve", Henry said.