By Jordan Press of The Canadian Press Nov 17 2020, 17:08:03 OTTAWA — Canada’s top central banker is making a plea for the country to more quickly address the impacts of climate change to avoid any economic ripple effects on households and businesses. Tiff Macklem made the case in a speech Tuesday that Canada’s financial […]
Jennifer Lau of Fit Squad and the Save Health & Wellness Coalition are fighting for fair treatment and support for small business owners during the pandemic, hoping to preserve the unique character of the city provided by local businesses.
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By Mike Blanchfield, The Canadian PressNov 17 2020 17:31:26 OTTAWA — Chinese telecom giant Huawei rose to dominance by stealing the technology of the defunct Canadian firm Nortel, Conservative Leader Erin O’Toole says. O’Toole levelled the industrial-espionage charge against Huawei and the Chinese Communist Party on Tuesday as he announced that the Conservatives are pushing […]
By Christopher Reynolds, The Canadian PressNov 17 2020 16:42:05 OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said the military could play an integral part in rolling out COVID-19 vaccines across the country, though question marks remain around cost and distribution. As case counts continue to climb at an alarming pace, the Canadian Armed Forces are already […]
At this point during last year’s flu season, Canada had already recorded 711 positive cases of influenza. So far this year, there have been just 17.
Only about 25 per cent of Canada’s fish populations are considered healthy and the federal government is missing data on more than one-third of the country’s fisheries, according to an ocean conservation group.
With several promising COVID-19 vaccines on the horizon including Moderna and Pfizer, many Americans will soon be faced with the decision of whether or not to get vaccinated.