Thursday, October 6, 2022
The Canada Revenue Agency has acknowledged "unclear communication" on who was eligible for the Canadian Emergency Response Benefit (CERB) at the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic led to Canadians mistakenly applying for package despite being ineligible. The government collection service...
OTTAWA — Groups that offer services to vulnerable women across the country say they were shut out from federal pandemic aid and now face an uncertain future. A report this morning from a coalition of women's rights organizations suggests the...
Canada's allocation of Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine doses may be able to inoculate 20 per cent more people than the manufacturers indicated, according to the man in charge of vaccine logistics for the Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC). Maj.-Gen. Dany Fortin...
OTTAWA — The RCMP has agreed to revamp its policies on the collection and use of information about protesters after a watchdog expressed fresh concerns, a notable shift from the police force's position only months ago. In a letter to...
TORONTO — Big city policing has come something of a full circle, Toronto's interim chief of police says of what he's seen in his 40 years with the service. An example of back to the future, James Ramer says in...
Government's $38,000 clawback threshold for CRB repayment refers to net income and can be offset by RRSP contributions. For many Canadians, the tax system is more confusing than ever this year because of the various COVID-19 aid programs. A question...
Throngs of former students have been unable to reach Canada's loans centre, which is working through a backlog of more than 30,000 applications for repayment assistance. The phone lines for the National Student Loans Service Centre have been clogged since...
OTTAWA — The world's fight against COVID-19 doesn't end with the successful distribution of a vaccine, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau told the United Nations General Assembly on Thursday. Trudeau said Thursday the wide inequality between rich and poor countries, which...
A select few Canadians could receive the country's first coronavirus vaccine shots as early as next week. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced Monday that Canada has secured an agreement to receive its first batch of Pfizer's coronavirus vaccine before the end of the year -- up...
If all goes according to plan, Canadians will start getting vaccinated for the novel coronavirus early next year. And one of the people spearheading those efforts is a Canadian from Sherbrooke, Que. — Nicolas Chornet, senior vice-president of international manufacturing at Moderna. Read...
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