Jordan Press, The Canadian Press Published Wednesday, January 27, 2021 7:23AM EST OTTAWA — Newly released documents show federal officials have been aware since the fall that some new parents might be receiving a smaller amount of money than they would have if not for a change in the way
OTTAWA — Airlines and travellers 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. Transport Minister Marc Garneau announced last Thursday that air travellers overseas will have to present proof of a negative
Chris Fox, CP24.com Published Friday, July 17, 2020 10:53AM EDT Last Updated Friday, July 17, 2020 11:04AM EDT The City of Toronto is launching a series of free drop-in activities for youth as it seeks to fill the gap created by the cancellation of a wide-swath of summer recreational programming.
OTTAWA — The unemployment rate in Canada nudged up a tenth of a percentage point to 5.6 per cent as the economy added 30,300 net new jobs in February, Statistics Canada said Friday. The agency said the gain was led by Quebec, which posted its third consecutive month of job
TORONTO – Lawyers for Ontario’s elementary teachers’ union say the government’s repeal of a modernized sex-ed curriculum has left educators reluctant to address issues like gender identity, which are no longer a mandatory part of the lesson plan. The Elementary Teacher’s Federation of Ontario is an intervener in a