OTTAWA – Business groups in Canada are warning that ending federal pandemic-relief programs too soon could send shock waves through the economy. They say cutting off wage and rent subsidies as planned on Oct. 23 will force some businesses to reduce their hours, lay off staff or shut down for
John Chidley-Hill, The Canadian Press Published Sunday, February 21, 2021 6:25AM EST Publisher Joseph John wanted his comic book “Citizen Canada” to reflect the country’s diverse history by having the titular hero speak English, French and Cree. But when he started entering the superhero’s dialogue into Google Translate he found
When a ventilator isn’t enough to save someone struggling to breathe with COVID-19, a team at a downtown Toronto hospital has spent the last two months taking over the lung’s primary function of delivering oxygen to the blood for the sickest and sometimes surprisingly young patients. The specialized unit at
TORONTO — It sometimes seems like the trajectory of a life that has taken him from one side of the law to the other since his arrival in Canada as an infant three decades ago belongs to someone else. It’s a tale of disaffected youth, senseless violence and finally redemption.
QUEBEC — The father of the Quebec City mosque shooter is urging Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and others to stop referring to his son as a terrorist. In an open letter to Trudeau, Raymond Bissonnette says the label has “greatly increased” the danger to his family. He says while
TORONTO — The chief executive officer of an Alphabet-backed entity planning a high tech neighbourhood in Toronto says the company may pull out of the project if it can’t get transit built in the neighbourhood. Sidewalk Labs chief executive officer Dan Doctoroff tells The Canadian Press that the Quayside