Boarded-up shop fronts and well-publicized cries of pain from retailers might leave you thinking the pandemic is the Grinch that stole Christmas shopping. But in what is the most peculiar recession in at least a century — and despite research by accounting giant PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) that suggests Canadians planned to spend 31 per cent less this holiday season — some of the results so […]
Ontario continues to support its municipalities and other eligible public-sector partners in their work to improve the quality of life in their communities by providing affordable, long-term financing for infrastructure development and renewal.
Eight people have tested positive for COVID-19 in an outbreak at a mink farm in B.C.’s Fraser Valley, east of Vancouver. Fraser Health Authority said in a written statement Sunday the farm operators and staff who tested positive are isolating, as are their close contacts. The statement did not say how the virus was transmitted, but employees are undergoing […]
TORONTO — Raymond Cho, Minister of Seniors and Accessibility issued the following statement to mark International Volunteer Day on December 5, 2020:
This story is part of The Big Spend, a CBC News investigation examining the unprecedented $240 billion the federal government handed out during the first eight months of the pandemic. Air Canada has received the largest amount of government pandemic aid of all publicly traded companies in Canada that have disclosed their finances to shareholders to date, a CBC News investigation […]
Steve Clark, Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing will make an announcement.
When British soccer reporter Mark Donnelly woke up Saturday morning and saw a flurry of notifications on his phone, he thought he’d missed an important announcement about the team he covers. Then, when Donnelly checked the messages he was getting on Twitter, he worried he’d done something terrible the night before that he’d forgotten about. […]
TORONTO – Vic Fedeli, Minister of Economic Development, Job Creation and Trade, issued the following statement regarding today’s monthly employment release by Statistics Canada:
Mental health researchers are sounding the alarm over a growing body of data suggesting that dementia patients in Ontario are increasingly being assigned to scarce health-care beds ostensibly reserved for psychiatric patients. Medical experts describe the trend as troubling, noting such moves threaten to overtax a mental health system that struggles to deliver adequate psychiatric […]
One of the largest operators of Canadian seniors’ residences and long-term care homes is calling for provinces to adopt widespread surveillance testing as part of an internal review set to be released on Monday. The review for Revera was chaired by Dr. Bob Bell, former deputy health minister in Ontario and a former hospital CEO. Bell was […]
The Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry wants to remind hunters that shooting across a road is both dangerous and illegal.
Jump to: Hospitalizations – Outbreaks – Schools – Testing – Ontario – Elgin and Oxford – Huron and Perth – Sarnia and Lambton London and Middlesex saw 39 new coronavirus cases along with 16 recoveries on Sunday, according to the Middlesex-London Health Unit (MLHU). There are now a total of 1,821 COVID-19 cases, 1,463 recoveries […]