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Canada Is the 15th Happiest Country in The World, World Happiness Report 2021

The year of 2020 indeed has been challenging for many because of the pandemic. With the economy falling into a depression in most places, and extended lock-down that limited our social interactions, we can’t help...

Canada to Help Vietnam Gain More Access to Covid Vaccines

On May 19th, a phone call was held between Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh, over which Canada restated its promise to provide more vaccines and other support to Vietnam in...

Canadian Universities Place in 2021 Impact Ranking

The Impact Ranking for 2021 was released in April, and below are the five Canadian universities in the top 40. WHAT IS TIMES’ IMPACT RANKING? Times Higher Education is known for its popular charts that rank universities...

Zero Waste Grocery Trend Alert: Buy Only What You Need Inside Unboxed Market

The trend of package-free zero-waste shopping has emerged (re-emerged?) in recent years. However, this was how people bought groceries in the 19th century, before the marketing of brands and packages. Two centuries later, when concerns...

Uniquely Addictive Snacks from Asia You Can’t Miss

Asia is known for its diverse and fascinating culinary culture, from homemade dishes with recipes passed down through generations, to everyday street foods and tasty snacks. Of course, the list cannot go on without the...

Food Businesses That Were Born During Covid and Their Heart-Warming Backstories

As Covid takes its toll, people struggle to find a way to make ends meet in a tough economy. The pandemic changes lives when more than 10,000 restaurants across Canada have been closed (according to...

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Canada’s Wonderland Reopens on July 7

Canada’s Wonderland announced Monday it plans on reopening the amusement park on July 7. “In alignment with Step 2 of the province’s reopening framework, the...

Meat Prices Soar as Canadians Kick Off Summer BBQ Season

The summer barbecue season is quickly approaching and with COVID-19 restrictions easing across most of the country, there could be strong demand for meat...

Indigenous People Can Reclaim Tradition Names on Passports and Other ID

The federal government announced Monday that Indigenous people can now apply to reclaim their traditional names on passports and other government IDs. The move comes...

Manufacturing Sales Fell 2.1% in April Amid Semiconductor Chip Shortages

Canadian manufacturing sales fell 2.1 percent to $57.1 billion in April as the auto industry was hurt by a continued shortage of semiconductor chips...

Prime Minister Trudeau Arrives in Brussels for NATO Meeting

Canada’s prime minister used his time at a summit of political and military allies underlining the need to present a united front against Russia,...

Premier Jason Kenney Calls Lottery for Vaccinated Albertans an Investment in Health

Premier Jason Kenney said a $3 million COVID-19 vaccine raffle was a good investment to encourage hesitant Albertans to get vaccinated. The "Open for Summer"...

Recreational Travel Allowed in B.C as Province’s Restart Plan Moves Ahead

Recreational travel within the province and outdoor gatherings with up to 50 people will soon be allowed in B.C. as it moves ahead to...

Ontario Reopens Border with Quebec and Manitoba

Ontario will reopen its borders with Quebec and Manitoba this week, the government announced Monday, as the province logged 447 new cases of COVID-19. Solicitor...

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