Canada will play for gold at the world junior hockey championship in Edmonton after beating Russia 5-0 in semifinal action Monday.
The federal government is being urged to explicitly prevent Canada’s highest paid CEOs from getting bonuses if their companies obtained wage subsidies. “The wage subsidy in Canada… Read more »
Hundreds of scientists, doctors and other health experts from across Canada are calling for more aggressive measures to stop airborne spread of COVID-19. The experts include more… Read more »
Airlines say a slew of questions remain about the federal government’s decision to require passengers returning to Canada to show negative results on COVID-19 tests taken abroad…. Read more »
The federal Liberal government mulled the possibility of barring Canadians who travelled abroad from receiving a sick leave benefit aimed at those who must quarantine due to… Read more »
A baby born in a Montreal hospital may have been the first Canadian newborn of 2021. The Maisonneuve-Rosemont hospital said Friday that a boy named Arthur was… Read more »
Anyone arriving in Canada starting Jan. 7 will need to have a negative COVID-19 test before boarding and may have to quarantine in a federal facility if… Read more »
The Trudeau government has awarded a contract to IBM Canada to support the development, design and implementation of a buyback program for recently prohibited firearms. The contract… Read more »
The National Airlines Council of Canada said there are still major issues that need to be addressed as Ottawa plans a COVID-19 testing requirement for air passengers… Read more »
The federal government says it has issued an exemption to the mandatory 14-day quarantine period for NHL players and staff to return to Canada for training camp under national interest grounds.
Old Christmas trees belong in the backyard instead of out front on the curb, says the Nature Conservancy of Canada. Andrew Holland, spokesman for the advocacy group,… Read more »
A mother who had an emergency C-section in British Columbia while in a coma due to complications from COVID-19 returned home to her family in time for… Read more »
Health officials in British Columbia are cutting off alcohol sales on New Year’s Eve in an effort to prevent gatherings where COVID-19 can spread. Last call for… Read more »
The dispatcher that handles most of British Columbia’s 911 calls says COVID-19 gave a different twist to some calls this year, but E-Comm’s annual list of nuisance… Read more »
All passengers on flights entering Canada will require a negative PCR test three days before their arrival.
Come Jan. 1, Canada Pension Plan contributions are going up again, although higher than originally planned. The reason is largely because of the pandemic’s effect on the… Read more »
Iran’s cabinet has created a compensation fund to pay the families of the 176 victims of a Ukrainian passenger plane that was shot down by Iranian forces… Read more »
A new poll suggests the premiers of Canada’s three Prairie provinces are lagging counterparts from rest of the country when it comes to how voters feel they are managing the pandemic.
Health Canada is recalling Hampton Bay Mara 54-inch Ceiling Fans since the ceiling fan blades can fall out while in use. Health Canada has issued a joint… Read more »
Canada has surpassed 15,000 deaths related to COVID-19. The grim milestone was reached with the reporting of 37 new deaths in Quebec. A total of 15,001 Canadians… Read more »
For all the bluster among federal political leaders about not wanting an election any time soon, the political truth is as cold as a winter’s wind: the… Read more »