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Charities Seek Extra Help From Feds To Keep Services Running As Revenues Dry Up

Charities Seek Extra Help From Feds To Keep Services Running As Revenues Dry Up

OTTAWA - Canada's charities say they have begun laying off staff and shutting down their services, which are usually in high demand during economic downturns, as the sector feels the financial sting from COVID-19.

 

 

Charities Seek Extra Help From Feds To Keep Services Running As Revenues Dry Up

Canadian Military Ready To Mobilize 24,000 Troops For Covid-19: Defence Minister

Canadian Military Ready To Mobilize 24,000 Troops For Covid-19: Defence Minister

OTTAWA - Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan says 24,000 Canadian troops are ready to jump into action to help deal with the COVID-19 pandemic.

 

 

Canadian Military Ready To Mobilize 24,000 Troops For Covid-19: Defence Minister

Ferry Operators Call For Inclusion In Covid-19 Travel Restrictions

Ferry Operators Call For Inclusion In Covid-19 Travel Restrictions

As new restrictions came into effect barring people with symptoms of COVID-19 from planes and trains, ferry operators called for the federal government to ban such travellers from their vessels as well.

Ferry Operators Call For Inclusion In Covid-19 Travel Restrictions

Nine O'Clock Gun To Fire At 7 P.M. In Honour Of Health-Care Workers: All The Latest Developments On Covid-19 In Canada

Nine O'Clock Gun To Fire At 7 P.M. In Honour Of Health-Care Workers: All The Latest Developments On Covid-19 In Canada

Two inmates have tested positive for COVID-19 at a maximum-security prison in Quebec, the first confirmed cases involving prisoners in a federal institution.

Nine O'Clock Gun To Fire At 7 P.M. In Honour Of Health-Care Workers: All The Latest Developments On Covid-19 In Canada

DARPAN's 10 with Brian Edwards, Surrey RCMP Police Chief

DARPAN's 10 with Brian Edwards, Surrey RCMP Police Chief

Surrey itself is a unique city: it is growing rapidly, covers a large geographic area, has a large youth population, and has a rich diversity.

DARPAN's 10 with Brian Edwards, Surrey RCMP Police Chief

Boston Pizza International Laying Off Half Of Its Corporate Staff Across Canada

Boston Pizza International Laying Off Half Of Its Corporate Staff Across Canada

VANCOUVER - Boston Pizza International Inc. is temporarily laying off approximately half of its 192 corporate staff across its three offices in Canada.

 

 

Boston Pizza International Laying Off Half Of Its Corporate Staff Across Canada