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Número de mortes de COVID-19 no Canadá ultrapassa as 10.000

Número de mortes de COVID-19 no Canadá ultrapassa as 10.000

  O Canadá atingiu esta terça-feira (27) um marco sombrio e preocupante ao ultrapassar as 10.000 mortes por causa da…
Mall real estate company collected 5 million images of shoppers, say privacy watchdogs

Mall real estate company collected 5 million images of shoppers, say privacy watchdogs

The real estate company behind some of Canada's most popular shopping centres embedded cameras inside its digital information kiosks at…
Shopify revenue beats estimates as online boom pulls in more merchants

Shopify revenue beats estimates as online boom pulls in more merchants

E-commerce firm Shopify Inc, beat Wall Street estimates for third-quarter revenue on Thursday, as more brick-and-mortar businesses listed on its…
Sales of cancer-fighting drugs soared in Canada over the past decade

Sales of cancer-fighting drugs soared in Canada over the past decade

Sales of medications to treat cancer have nearly tripled in Canada over the past decade, reaching $3.9 billion last year,…
Trans Mountain expansion may not be economically viable, says think tank report

Trans Mountain expansion may not be economically viable, says think tank report

The future of the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project is once again being called into question — this time by…
TikTok partners with Canada’s Shopify to allow merchants to sell things in-app

TikTok partners with Canada’s Shopify to allow merchants to sell things in-app

Canadian e-commerce company Shopify said on Tuesday it will partner with TikTok to help its one million-plus merchants more easily…
85 live ‘murder hornets’ captured from tree near Canada-U.S. border

85 live ‘murder hornets’ captured from tree near Canada-U.S. border

A Washington state entomologist said discovering a nest of Asian giant hornets in the backyard tree of a home in Blaine was at…
Trudeau says pandemic ‘sucks’ as COVID-19 compliance slips and cases spike

Trudeau says pandemic ‘sucks’ as COVID-19 compliance slips and cases spike

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said today he understands that Canadians are increasingly frustrated by "annoying" measures designed to curb the…
Trudeau says budget update won’t have fiscal anchor, suggests one is coming after crisis ends

Trudeau says budget update won’t have fiscal anchor, suggests one is coming after crisis ends

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said today his government's promised update on the health of federal finances won't have a specific anchor to keep spending…
Canada’s transport regulator hasn’t settled a single COVID-19 flight cancellation complaint

Canada’s transport regulator hasn’t settled a single COVID-19 flight cancellation complaint

The Canadian Transportation Agency has failed to settle a single complaint from Canadians demanding refunds for cancelled flights since the…
Federal study details workers hit hardest by tax, benefit system for extra earnings

Federal study details workers hit hardest by tax, benefit system for extra earnings

Newly released documents show Finance Department officials calculated that workers near the bottom of the income ladder are dinged hardest…
Trudeau announces plan to purchase 76 million doses of Canadian-made COVID-19 vaccine

Trudeau announces plan to purchase 76 million doses of Canadian-made COVID-19 vaccine

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau today announced another contract to buy a promising COVID-19 vaccine now in development — part of a plan to…
85% of Ont. nursing homes break the law repeatedly with almost no consequences, data analysis shows

85% of Ont. nursing homes break the law repeatedly with almost no consequences, data analysis shows

A data analysis of the most serious breaches of Ontario's long-term care home safety legislation reveals that six in seven…
Le Château going out of business, blames COVID-19

Le Château going out of business, blames COVID-19

Retailer Le Château is seeking court protection from its creditors while it winds down its operations and liquidates its assets
Hate graffiti carved into Tomb of the Unknown Soldier

Hate graffiti carved into Tomb of the Unknown Soldier

The Ottawa police hate crime unit is looking for a man suspected of carving a message into the Tomb of the…
7 months into pandemic, Quebec overhauls COVID-19 screening strategy

7 months into pandemic, Quebec overhauls COVID-19 screening strategy

With the province in the middle of a second wave of COVID-19, the Quebec government has sacked the firm that,…
Alberta to pilot COVID-19 testing at border that would shorten quarantine time

Alberta to pilot COVID-19 testing at border that would shorten quarantine time

Travellers entering Canada by land or air through Alberta will soon have the option of being tested for COVID-19 at…
Tim Hortons, Burger King to offer reusable, returnable containers

Tim Hortons, Burger King to offer reusable, returnable containers

Tim Hortons and Burger King have signed a deal with TerraCycle's Loop program to test an option that would allow customers to…
Iqaluit RCMP to wear body cameras in pilot program

Iqaluit RCMP to wear body cameras in pilot program

RCMP officers in Iqaluit will soon be equipped with body cameras, the first step of an effort to roll out the…
Get your gifts in the mail early this holiday season, Canada Post warns

Get your gifts in the mail early this holiday season, Canada Post warns

Canada Post is urging Canadians to shop early this holiday season to avoid the late arrival of gifts caused by…
Inflation rate rises to 0.5% in September, Statistics Canada says

Inflation rate rises to 0.5% in September, Statistics Canada says

  Canada’s headline inflation measure went up in September by 0.5 per cent compared with a year ago, a better-than-expected…
WestJet to provide refunds (not just credits) for flights cancelled due to pandemic

WestJet to provide refunds (not just credits) for flights cancelled due to pandemic

WestJet says it will begin providing refunds to passengers whose flights were cancelled due to the pandemic
Snap election averted as Liberal government survives confidence vote in Commons

Snap election averted as Liberal government survives confidence vote in Commons

Canadians will not be heading to the polls for a snap fall election now that the Liberal government has survived a…
NDP won’t give Trudeau ‘excuse’ for election, Singh says ahead of confidence vote in Commons

NDP won’t give Trudeau ‘excuse’ for election, Singh says ahead of confidence vote in Commons

NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh said today that his party will not give Prime Minister Justin Trudeau an "excuse" to send Canadians to the…
Laurentian Bank names Rania Llewellyn CEO, first woman to hold top job

Laurentian Bank names Rania Llewellyn CEO, first woman to hold top job

Laurentian Bank has named Rania Llewellyn to be its next CEO, a move that the bank says makes her the…
Hundreds of protesting airline workers aim anger at transport minister

Hundreds of protesting airline workers aim anger at transport minister

In a show of unity, more than 200 aviation workers demonstrated Tuesday on Parliament Hill, calling on the federal government…
Alberta-raised Cree actor lands role in Disney’s live-action ‘Peter Pan and Wendy’

Alberta-raised Cree actor lands role in Disney’s live-action ‘Peter Pan and Wendy’

Alberta-raised Cree actor Alyssa Wapanatahk is set to play Indigenous princess Tiger Lily in Disney's upcoming live-action film "Peter Pan…
Retail sales grew for 4th straight month in August — but September looks flat

Retail sales grew for 4th straight month in August — but September looks flat

Canadian retailers logged $53.2 billion in sales in August, the fourth month in a row that sales have increased since…
EU removes Canadians from list of approved travellers, because of COVID-19

EU removes Canadians from list of approved travellers, because of COVID-19

Officials at the EU have moved to halt Canadians from travelling to the bloc of European nations amid the coronavirus…
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