Justin Trudeau says while disappointed, they will live with this decision
Union members who were sent home will still be paid.
By November 2020, Canada lost 1 in 33 jobs due to the pandemic. The agency is looking to boost employment by hiring people for a contact-free job, and has already hired over 600 staff members.
CEOs of major banks discuss repercussions of the pandemic on the Canadian economy.
All you need to know about this treaty that Vancouver just became the first city to sign on.
The designer is facing a class-action lawsuit in the United States alleging the sexual assault of dozens of women
In contradictory moves, the Prime Minister has promised a steady reduction in carbon emission by 2050, while increasing subsidies for oil to increase production.
OTTAWA — Health Canada has approved the COVID-19 vaccine from Pfizer and BioNTech, paving the way for vaccinations to begin countrywide next week. Dr. Supriya
The government of the Northwest Territories says it has found COVID-19 in wastewater in Yellowknife. The N.W.T.’s chief public health officer, Dr. Kami Kondola, says
For all those that are looking to put their names out there that don’t see the lockdown as an effective means to deal with the
Independent Ontario MPP Randy Hillier is not singing from the official government songbook on the province’s latest round of hardline measures. Hillier has long been the odd man out in Ontario politics. Expelled from the PC Caucus by Ford in early 2019, Hillier has proven a genuine maverick his entire career.
Surging COVID-19 infections pushed Canada over 400,000 cases Friday, as federal officials announced a bigger order of prospective vaccines and released refined guidelines on who should be first for those doses.
A group of current and former Black federal workers has filed a class-action lawsuit against the federal government, alleging systemic discrimination.
British Columbia’s deputy provincial health officer says a survey on people’s experiences during the COVID-19 pandemic shows the most important areas that must be addressed relate to health inequities.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau kicked off the inaugural meeting of a global council on artificial intelligence by warning of the danger of unbridled digital technology, despite its potential to change the world for the better.
Premier Doug Ford is expected to unveil Ontario’s COVID-19 vaccine task force today. Ford said yesterday the team is being finalized and the province will
Some leaders and health professionals say they are facing a challenge during the COVID-19 pandemic of persuading Indigenous people to trust a health system that has a history of experimenting on them.
Advocates of stricter gun control are urging the Trudeau government to get on with promised reforms, saying they are months overdue.
he Liberal government introduced long-awaited legislation Thursday to implement the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, which Justice Minister David Lametti described as a significant step forward on the path to reconciliation.
Lauren Krugel, The Canadian PressThu Nov 26 2020 A top public health official said Thursday that priority groups in Canada should start receiving COVID-19 vaccine