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Ontario Makes it Easier for Immigrants to Work in Their Professions

Ontario is set to introduce legislation that would make it easier for immigrants to get licensed to work in professions that match their areas of expertise. Labour Minister Monte McNaughton said the proposed legislation would, if...

Raw Onions Recalled in Quebec and Ontario Due to Possible Salmonella Contamination

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency says red, white, and yellow raw onions from Prosource Produce LLC of Hailey, Idaho are being recalled due to possible Salmonella contamination. The onions, which were imported from the Mexican state...

Military Headed to Iqaluit to Help Provide Safe Drinking Water

The federal government is sending the military to Iqaluit to help provide its residents with access to safe drinking water, Public Safety Minister Bill Blair said Friday. The announcement comes 11 days after city officials told...

Canada Retail Sales Fell in September Due to Supply Constraints

Retailers in Canada reported fewer sales in September amid supply chain bottlenecks and a reopening of the economy that allowed consumers to spend more on services. Receipts likely fell 1.9 percent, a preliminary estimate released Friday...

A Handful of Conservative MPs Remain Unvaccinated

A “handful” of Conservative MPs remain unvaccinated against COVID-19, multiple sources tell Global News, setting up a potential showdown with their Commons colleagues when Parliament returns next month. It’s not clear whether party brass knows exactly...

Alberta Health Service Extends COVID-19 Vaccination Deadline for Staff

Alberta Health Services has extended its deadline for all workers to be vaccinated against COVID-19 by one month, to Nov. 30. The original deadline was Oct. 31. The vaccination requirement applies to all AHS, Alberta Precision Labs,...

Ontario Plans to Lift All COVID-19 Public Health Measures Including Masks by March

Ontario plans to lift all remaining public health measures including proof of vaccination and mask requirements indoors by March 2022. At a Friday news conference in Toronto with Premier Doug Ford, Chief Medical Officer of Health...

Canada Considers What to Do with Millions of Unused COVID-19 Vaccine Doses

Roughly 6.6 million doses have been distributed to the provinces but not yet used, and there are an extra 13 million in Canada's central vaccine inventory. Dr. Theresa Tam, the chief public health officer, says provincial...

PCR Travel Tests Remain, Canada Not Out of the Woods Yet Says Dr. Tam

Canada isn’t ready to scrap the COVID-19 PCR testing requirement for fully-vaccinated travellers despite lifting a blanket advisory against non-essential travel, officials say. Dr. Theresa Tam, chief public health officer of Canada, told reporters during a...

Canadians Who Had Allergic Reaction to First Vaccine Dose Can Safely Get Second Shot

Those who had an allergic reaction to their first shot of an mRNA COVID-19 vaccine can safely receive future doses of the same product or a different mRNA vaccine, says Canada's vaccine advisory committee. While rare,...

Canadian Bruce Liu Wins Prestigious International Piano Competition

Bruce (Xiaoyu) Liu of Canada was named early Thursday as the winner of the 40,000-euro ($45,000) first prize in the 18th Frederic Chopin international piano competition, a prestigious event that launches pianists' world careers. The announcement...

The City of Toronto Seeks Input for Tax on Vacant Homes

Torontonians are being asked for their input on a new tax aimed at boosting housing supply amid the ongoing affordability crisis in the city. But some observers say they question just how much of an effect...

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Ontario Makes it Easier for Immigrants to Work in Their Professions

Ontario is set to introduce legislation that would make it easier for immigrants to get licensed to work in professions that match their areas...

Raw Onions Recalled in Quebec and Ontario Due to Possible Salmonella Contamination

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency says red, white, and yellow raw onions from Prosource Produce LLC of Hailey, Idaho are being recalled due to...

Military Headed to Iqaluit to Help Provide Safe Drinking Water

The federal government is sending the military to Iqaluit to help provide its residents with access to safe drinking water, Public Safety Minister Bill...

Canada Retail Sales Fell in September Due to Supply Constraints

Retailers in Canada reported fewer sales in September amid supply chain bottlenecks and a reopening of the economy that allowed consumers to spend more...

A Handful of Conservative MPs Remain Unvaccinated

A “handful” of Conservative MPs remain unvaccinated against COVID-19, multiple sources tell Global News, setting up a potential showdown with their Commons colleagues when...

Alberta Health Service Extends COVID-19 Vaccination Deadline for Staff

Alberta Health Services has extended its deadline for all workers to be vaccinated against COVID-19 by one month, to Nov. 30. The original deadline was...

Ontario Plans to Lift All COVID-19 Public Health Measures Including Masks by March

Ontario plans to lift all remaining public health measures including proof of vaccination and mask requirements indoors by March 2022. At a Friday news conference...

Canada Considers What to Do with Millions of Unused COVID-19 Vaccine Doses

Roughly 6.6 million doses have been distributed to the provinces but not yet used, and there are an extra 13 million in Canada's central...

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