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Premier Doug Ford Expresses Wants for Canada-U.S. Border to Remain Close Fearing Second Wave of COVID-19

In his daily COVID-19 press briefing at Queen’s Park in Toronto, Premier Doug Ford expressed concerns of a second COVID-19 wave if the Canada-U.S. borders were to reopen for non-essential cross-border travelling. 

Here are Toronto-Area Attractions That Have Announced Plans to Reopen

Following the news from the Ontario Government that Toronto has moved to Stage 2 of the Province’s COVID-19 Recovery and Reopening Plan, several attractions and landmarks across the Greater Toronto Area are announcing...

Ontario Extends State of Emergency to July 15, Parts of Windsor-Essex Region Moves To Stage 2

On Wednesday morning, Premier Doug Ford announced that the motion to extend the state of emergency has passed the legislature at Queen’s Park.  The latest extension will see the State...

Some CERB Recipients May Get Smaller Payments This Month, Here’s Why

Despite businesses and workplaces gradually reopening across Canada there are still many Canadians who are continuing to receive the Canada Emergency Response Benefit (CERB) payments. Some Canadians may be receiving...

Toronto and Peel Region Gets Green light for Stage 2 Reopening, Windsor-Essex remains in Stage 1

On Tuesday afternoon, Ontario’s Premier, Doug Ford, announced Stage 2 reopening plans for Toronto and the Region of Peel, as Windsor-Essex becomes the only region in the province to remain in Stage 1.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says COVID-19 Pandemic Provided a Chance to Reshape Canada’s Future

On Monday morning, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau took the time to share some words of encouragement and motivation to Canadians during his daily updates and address from Rideau Cottage.  While...

Justin Trudeau Promises Green Jobs for Youths and Continues to Encourage Wage Subsidy Program

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s daily address to the country generally takes place outside of Rideau Cottage in Ottawa, but today he spoke to the media outside of a cafe in Chelsea, Quebec.

Evictions for Restaurants and Small Businesses During the COVID-19 Pandemic Have Been Banned in Ontario

Announced by the Ontario government on the night of June 17, the Protecting Small Business Act was officially passed. This comes after months of Premier Doug Ford publicly asking and,...

Ontario’s State of Emergency Order Extended to June 30, Border Concerns Addressed by Premier Ford

Premier Doug Ford and the Ontario government announced that the emergency orders set to expire on June 19 have been extended to June 30. Despite the province reporting only 190...

Finance Minister to Present Canada’s Economic Snapshot on July 8, says Prime Minister Justin Trudeau

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has announced that an update regarding the country’s financial state during the COVID-19 pandemic will be announced on July 8. An official date for the update...

CERB to be extended for 2 more months; Canada-US border closure extended to July 21

In today’s national address, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced the extension of the Canada - U.S. border and the extension of the CERB benefit. Here is a breakdown for each of the extensions.

Most of Ontario to Allow Restaurants and Hair Salons to Reopen, Toronto is Still Excluded

The Ontario government has announced that beginning this Friday, almost all of the province’s regions can begin their move to stage two of the reopening process, which means the return of restaurants, hair...

A CERB Extension is in The Works According to Trudeau

During today’s national address, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced that the federal government is currently looking to extend the Canada Emergency Response Benefit (CERB) payments. Whether or not the payment...

The Canada Revenue Agency is Reviewing CERB Fraud Cases and Repayments

Following the announcement made by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on June 9, the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) has come out with updates and statements regarding what they are doing moving forward when it...

Ontario Reveals Plans for Reopening Childcare Centres

In his daily provincial address, Premier Doug Ford and his government announced that the province’s child-care centres will be allowed to reopen starting this Friday, if they follow the strict public health measures...

Canadians Could Be Fined Up to $5,000 as The Canadian Government Proposes Cracking Down on CERB Fraudulent Claims

In his daily national address, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau elaborated on the federal government’s plan on punishing individuals who are submitting fraudulent claims for the Canada Emergency Response Benefit (CERB).

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