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Distância física e uso de máscara podem manter-se mesmo com vacina

Distância física e uso de máscara podem manter-se mesmo com vacina

A chefe de saúde pública nacional diz que os canadianos não devem esperar que a vacina COVID-19 seja uma “bala…
Canada’s trade deficit widens to $3.2B in June

Canada’s trade deficit widens to $3.2B in June

    Canada’s trade deficit rebounded sharply in June as the movement of motor vehicles and parts revved up with…
Nova Scotia Premier Stephen McNeil to step down

Nova Scotia Premier Stephen McNeil to step down

      Nova Scotia Premier Stephen McNeil announced Thursday he will step down. McNeil was first elected in 2003 as…
Health Canada recalls more than 50 hand sanitizers in evolving list

Health Canada recalls more than 50 hand sanitizers in evolving list

  Health Canada is recalling more than 50 hand sanitizers that contain ingredients “not acceptable for use” that may pose…
Canadian citizen sentenced to death in China on drug charge

Canadian citizen sentenced to death in China on drug charge

  The brief court statement gave no details, but local media in the southern Chinese city at the heart of…
Canada sending up to $5M in humanitarian aid to Lebanon after Beirut explosion

Canada sending up to $5M in humanitarian aid to Lebanon after Beirut explosion

  Canada will provide up to $5 million in humanitarian assistance to help Lebanon and its people recover from the devastating explosion in…
25,000 Canadians hospitalized or killed by self-harm last year, research says

25,000 Canadians hospitalized or killed by self-harm last year, research says

  New data shows thousands of Canadians were hospitalized or died after deliberately harming themselves last year, and experts fear…
Government carves out $3B to help communities with pandemic infrastructure projects

Government carves out $3B to help communities with pandemic infrastructure projects

  The federal government is adjusting a $33-billion COVID-19 infrastructure program to help Canadian communities respond to the global pandemic.…
A record number of companies have sought creditor protection under COVID-19 — and more are on the way

A record number of companies have sought creditor protection under COVID-19 — and more are on the way

    The number of large Canadian businesses seeking protection from creditors hit its highest point in more than a…
Feds sign agreements with Pfizer, Moderna for millions of doses of COVID-19 vaccines

Feds sign agreements with Pfizer, Moderna for millions of doses of COVID-19 vaccines

    The federal government has entered two agreements to secure millions of doses of potential COVID-19 vaccines. Public Services…
Physical distancing, mask-wearing could be in place for 2-3 years even with vaccine

Physical distancing, mask-wearing could be in place for 2-3 years even with vaccine

COVID-19 vaccine won’t be a ‘silver bullet,’ chief public health officer says. Canadians shouldn’t expect a COVID-19 vaccine to be…
32% of Canadians may hold off on getting eventual COVID-19 vaccine, survey shows

32% of Canadians may hold off on getting eventual COVID-19 vaccine, survey shows

32 per cent of respondents would likely wait; 14 per cent don’t want vaccine at all For months, governments around…
Ontario sees fewer than 100 new COVID-19 cases on each of last 2 days

Ontario sees fewer than 100 new COVID-19 cases on each of last 2 days

Nearly 90% of total confirmed case are now considered resolved, health ministry says. Ontario has reported fewer than 100 new…
Ford urges people to download COVID-19 app as Ontario reports uptick in new cases

Ford urges people to download COVID-19 app as Ontario reports uptick in new cases

134 new cases of COVID-19 confirmed in today’s Ministry of Health update Premier Doug Ford urged Ontarians to download the…
New COVID-19 notification app rolls out in Ontario

New COVID-19 notification app rolls out in Ontario

    Residents of Ontario can download a new app that can tell them whether they have been around someone…
Canada’s GDP bounced back in May, but it was still 15% below where it was before COVID-19

Canada’s GDP bounced back in May, but it was still 15% below where it was before COVID-19

    Canada’s economy expanded by 4.5 per cent in May, a strong bounceback from the low hit in April,…
Ottawa poised to extend commercial rent relief into August

Ottawa poised to extend commercial rent relief into August

    CBC News has learned the federal government will extend Canadian Emergency Commercial Rent Assistance (CECRA), its rent subsidy…
Air Transat to cancel all flights from Western Canada to U.S., sun destinations this winter

Air Transat to cancel all flights from Western Canada to U.S., sun destinations this winter

  Air Transat plans to cancel all flights from Western Canada to sun destinations and the United States this winter,…
Trudeau says he ‘pushed back’ on WE contract due to family ties — but didn’t recuse himself

Trudeau says he ‘pushed back’ on WE contract due to family ties — but didn’t recuse himself

    Prime Minister Justin Trudeau told a House of Commons committee today that, despite his family’s ties with WE Charity,…
SickKids recomenda uso de máscara no ensino básico e secundário

SickKids recomenda uso de máscara no ensino básico e secundário

Os médicos consultados para criar um plano de orientação para reabrir as escolas de Ontário dizem agora que as máscaras…
Trudeau has some questions to answer today: here are 3 of them

Trudeau has some questions to answer today: here are 3 of them

    From the moment Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced his student grant program last month, he and those close…
Government’s effort to publicize Big 3 cell service prices isn’t driving them down, advocates say

Government’s effort to publicize Big 3 cell service prices isn’t driving them down, advocates say

    Publishing the cost of major wireless companies’ cellphone services isn’t making those services any cheaper, affordability advocates say. This week, the federal…
Boat at centre of $34M cocaine bust sparked COVID-19 fears when it arrived in N.S.

Boat at centre of $34M cocaine bust sparked COVID-19 fears when it arrived in N.S.

  What started as concern about the spread of COVID-19 in a small town on Nova Scotia’s South Shore has turned…
Husky Energy swings to $304M loss in Q2 as revenues plunge

Husky Energy swings to $304M loss in Q2 as revenues plunge

  Husky Energy Inc. swung to a $304-million net loss in the second quarter as revenues plunged nearly 55 per…
LifeLabs goes to court to block results of investigation into 2019 privacy breach

LifeLabs goes to court to block results of investigation into 2019 privacy breach

    Two of Canada’s provincial privacy officers say that they’re still unable to release a full report about last…
Shopify revenue doubles amid shift to online shopping in COVID-19

Shopify revenue doubles amid shift to online shopping in COVID-19

    Shopify Inc. is reporting $36 million US in profits in the second quarter on a nearly doubling of…
Everything you need to know about the NHL’s restart

Everything you need to know about the NHL’s restart

    Nearly five months after the coronavirus brought play to a halt, the NHL is ready to stage its…
WE Charity’s former board chair says board was told speakers were not paid for WE Day events

WE Charity’s former board chair says board was told speakers were not paid for WE Day events

A former chair of the WE Charity board of directors told MPs on the Commons finance committee this afternoon that the board was told…
Government extends 2019 tax payment deadline to September

Government extends 2019 tax payment deadline to September

    Anyone who owes the federal government taxes will now have until the end of September to pay. The…
BC government increases e-bike rebates and cargo models for businesses

BC government increases e-bike rebates and cargo models for businesses

Businesses and workers in British Columbia can now access new and increased rebates for electric-powered bikes. The provincial government announced…
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