Canada Sending It's First Astronaut To The Moon in 2023
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Canada Sending It’s First Astronaut To The Moon in 2023

Reading Time: 3 minutes Canada signs a historic space treaty with the U.S. and secures a vital role for Canada in the Lunar Gateway Today Navdeep Bains Minister of Innovation, Science and Industry, announced that the Canadian Space Agency (CSA) and NASA have signed the Gateway Treaty, a historic agreement that confirms Canada’s participation in the next major international collaboration in Read More…

Nova Scotian Company SeaChange Turning Seaweed Into Edible Profits
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Nova Scotian Company SeaChange Turning Seaweed Into Edible Profits

Reading Time: < 1 minute SeaChange Biochemistry Inc. gets new equipment to take chemicals from kelp to the market Atlantic Canadian entrepreneurs must take advantage of emerging opportunities to compete globally and create good jobs in the region. That is why the Government of Canada is helping innovative start-up company SeaChange Biochemistry Inc. commercialize its sustainably sourced chemicals from seaweed. Read More…

Quebec's Economy Sees Another of Export Decline
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Quebec’s Economy Sees Another of Export Decline

Reading Time: 2 minutes 0.2% decrease in Québec’s international merchandise exports in October 2020 Québec’s seasonally adjusted international merchandise exports, in constant dollars, fell 0.2% in October 2020 compared to the previous month (+ 4.7% in September). With this decline, the level of exports in October was 7.6% below that of February.  The decline in October was mainly due to Read More…

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City of Toronto’s Empathy For the Homeless is “Warming”

Reading Time: 2 minutes City to open Warming Centres tonight to help those experiencing homelessness At 7 p.m., Tuesday night, the City of Toronto opened its four Warming Centres to give those who are vulnerable and may be experiencing homelessness an additional place to rest and access snacks, washroom facilities and referrals to emergency shelter. Warming Centres are traditionally Read More…

Canadian Government's $50 million Bailout For Broadcasting Sector
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Canadian Government’s $50 million Bailout For Broadcasting Sector

Reading Time: 2 minutes Broadcasters have been hard hit by COVID-19 pandemic, which has resulted in a reduction of advertising revenues. As announced in the Fall Economic Statement on November 30, the Canadian will provide additional relief to eligible television and radio stations by waiving Part II broadcasting licence fees in 2020-21, which are collected annually by the Canadian Radio-television Read More…