Breaking News

Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy To Help Businesses Keep Canadians In Their Jobs

Reading Time: 2 minutes To help Canadians and businesses get through these tough economic times, Prime Minister Trudeau, announced that the Government is proposing to introduce a wage subsidy of 75 per cent for qualifying businesses, for up to 3 months, retroactive to March 15, 2020. This measure, which is a part of the Government of Canada’s COVID-19 Economic Response Plan, Read More…

Breaking News

Trump To Postpone US Elections For One Year

Reading Time: < 1 minute Unconfirmed reports coming from Washington early Wednesday morning indicate that President Trump will be invoking the Elections Emergency Act. He will delay the federal election by one year then tender his resignation after that. A source inside the White House said Republicans are looking to prepare a path for Ivanka Trump to take his place Read More…

Europe COVID-19

Norway To Start Production Of Emergency Ventilators

Reading Time: < 1 minute The Norwegian companies Laerdal Medical and Servi have developed an emergency ventilator in collaboration with the Norwegian Defence Research Establishment that could help to double the number of breathing machines at Norwegian hospitals by the end of May. For some of the most seriously ill coronavirus patients, respiratory assistance is necessary for survival. ‘This is Read More…

Western Canada

Manitoba Suspends Classroom Learning Indefinitely

Reading Time: < 1 minute At the advice of the chief provincial public health officer, Manitoba is suspending classroom learning for kindergarten to Grade 12 students indefinitely for this school year to help ‘flatten the curve’ and reduce the impact of COVID-19 throughout the province, Premier Brian Pallister and Education Minister Kelvin Goertzen announced today. “We must do everything we Read More…

Breaking News

China – Canada Relations Hits Another Crack With An Embargos Of Imports Of Toilet Paper

Reading Time: 2 minutes The solidarity between China and Canada seems to be on a positive roll since the start of the Coronavirus crisis. China has changed its trade policy in relation to goods imported and exported to Canada. On April 1, 2020, it was rumoured that China has agreed to allow imports of Canadian canola to start again, Read More…