When lawmakers in Ontario, Canada updated provincial child protection laws in 2017, some social media users and news sites misinterpreted the effects of the legislation. Some of these claims are now resurfacing online. On April 24, an Instagram Publish shared a screenshot of an October 2017 article titled, “New CanadianRead More →

OTTAWA – Canada has announced a new responsible business strategy to ensure businesses prevent or mitigate adverse human rights and environmental impacts in their operations abroad. Proponents, however, criticize the strategy as largely a repeat of the previous one put in place by Stephen Harper’s Conservative government in 2014. Canada’sRead More →

OTTAWA – Canada has announced a new responsible business strategy to ensure businesses prevent or mitigate adverse human rights and environmental impacts in their operations abroad. Proponents, however, criticize the strategy as largely a repeat of the previous one put in place by Stephen Harper’s Conservative government in 2014. Canada’sRead More →

New name, new building, new agreement. NightHawk Biosciences, which was known as Heat Biologics until last week, has finalized a contract with the Canadian government to supply its anthrax treatment. Anthim will be added to the country’s national stock for C$7.9 million. The agreement will help strengthen the supply ofRead More →

The Federal Economic Development Agency for Southern Ontario (FedDev Ontario) today announced an investment of more than C$5.7 million in Analytical Canvas Inc. (Canvass AI) a woman-led artificial intelligence (AI) company whose mission is to make AI easy to use so that the industrial sector can accelerate its transformation intoRead More →

Labor Minister Seamus O’Regan says the Liberal government is considering legislation to force Canadian companies to ensure they don’t use slave labor or exploit children overseas workers. In an interview, O’Regan said he was preparing a “comprehensive” bill that would require Canadian companies and departments to review supply chains inRead More →

PMPRB Update: Canadian Government Announces No Longer Seeking to Implement Price Regulating Factors or Requirement to Report Net Prices Yesterday the Canadian government announced that it would no longer seek to implement certain controversial amendments to the Patented Medicines Regulations.[1] A statement from the Minister of Health said that HealthRead More →

Insight Ottawa’s plan to spend C$3.8 billion (US$3.02 billion) to boost domestic production of lithium, copper and other strategic minerals is expected to help propel the country’s efforts to become a key part of the global electric vehicle supply chain and complete the additional C$8 billion. allocated to transform andRead More →

Canada’s latest budget sets ambitious targets for housing supply, but it’s mostly hot air. BMO broke down the federal government’s new procurement measures for capital markets clients this morning. If possible, the 2022 budget plan to double home construction shows they still don’t understand inflation. Or Millennials, think about it.Read More →

Who went wild over the government credit card? Who “accidentally” forgot to return their work phone? Who made the most racist comment of the year? from Ottawa 2020-2021 Public Servants Misdeeds Report is there and unlike those employees, scandals do not disappoint. Buckle up for the drama. A total ofRead More →

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau highlighted several key measures in the recently released budget to help Canadians adopt zero-emission vehicles. Several measures in the Budget 2022: A plan to grow our economy and make life more affordable include: Build a national network of charging stations for electric vehicles supporting charging infrastructureRead More →

The Russian-Ukrainian conflict has put much of the world on high alert for possible Russian-sponsored attacks on critical infrastructure. This includes Canada, especially when geopolitics is taken into account: Canada was a founding member of the NATO alliance and is closely allied with the United States, both strategically and economically.Read More →

4-day work week: CEO of a non-profit organization discusses the benefits Joe O’Connor, CEO of 4 Day Week Global, discusses changing workplace culture attitudes and how employees and companies have demonstrated that they are benefiting from reduced working hours. The idea of ​​a shortened four-day workweek has gained traction inRead More →

Climate activists blame the feds budget unveiled Thursday by Canada’s Liberal government fails to deliver on Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s three-year-old promise to make a “just transition” from fossil fuels and instead takes care of polluters. “This federal budget is stuck in the mindset of more freeways and fossil fuelRead More →

The Canadian government has announced a investment to help the Canadian fresh produce industry make the transition to sustainable packaging for food and produce. Agriculture and Agri-Food Minister Marie-Claude Bibeau said the government would invest up to C$376,200 ($299,869) in the Canadian Fresh Produce Marketing Association (CPMA). The CMPA isRead More →

Posted April 5, 2022 9:00 a.m. EDT There are a number of good reasons for moving from permanent residency to Canadian citizenship. Beyond the security and pride that comes with citizenship, there are certain benefits not available to permanent residents. Here are five benefits of obtaining Canadian citizenship. Schedule aRead More →

$92 million investment in adMare BioInnovations will help translate health research into innovative new therapies in Canada March 30, 2022 – Vancouver, British Columbia Protecting the health and safety of Canadians and ensuring we have the national capacity to respond to future health crises are top priorities for the GovernmentRead More →

The Government of Canada advances the national life sciences sector by supporting Canadian businesses, talent, and research and development Canada News Wire VANCOUVER, BC, March 30, 2022 A $92 million investment in adMare BioInnovations will help translate health research into innovative new therapies in Canada VANCOUVER, BC, March 30, 2022Read More →

OTTAWA – Two federal New Democrats tabled legislation on Tuesday that would make Canadian companies more liable for human rights abuses and environmental damage overseas. At a press conference, NDP MP Peter Julian said Bill C-262 would create legal tools, giving victims of human rights abuses by Canadian companies overseasRead More →

CALGARY, Alta., March 17, 2022 /PRNewswire/ – Nanalysis Scientific Corp. (TSXV: NSCI,OTCQX:NSCIF, FRA:1N1) (“Nanalysis” or the “Company”) announces that the Company has received repayable funding from $4,985,000 to expand manufacturing operations and global markets for the government’s nuclear magnetic resonance products Canada. “We are very grateful for the support ofRead More →

The Canadian Manufacturing Coalition, a group representing Canada’s professional manufacturing associations, listed below, issued the following statement on the impending labor disruption at CP Rail: “Canadian manufacturers are urging the Canadian Pacific Railway and the Teamsters Canada Rail Conference to reach an immediate agreement and avoid labor disruptions that wouldRead More →

Through a digital citizens’ initiative (DCI), the government says Canadians can build their “resilience” against incorrect information and build partnerships to support a healthy digital information society. Rodriguez says: “There is urgency to act. As Canadians, we cannot tolerate misinformation and propaganda. Democracy did not happen by chance. We haveRead More →

OTTAWA (ON), March 14, 2022 /CNW/ – The Canadian Manufacturing Coalition, a group representing from Canada The manufacturing trade associations, listed below, today issued the following statement on the impending labor disruption at CP Rail: “Canadian manufacturers are urging the Canadian Pacific Railway and the Teamsters Canada Rail Conference toRead More →

In response to President Putin’s invasion of Ukraine, Canada’s Minister of Innovation, Science and Industry issued a statement asking Canadian investors and businesses to review their investment plans involving Russian investors.1 This new policy represents another economic measure taken by the Canadian government in response to the Russian action. AccordingRead More →

A Canadian was extradited from Canada to the United States yesterday on an indictment returned to the Mid-District of Florida that charges him with conspiracy to commit computer fraud and wire fraud, intentional damage to a computer protected and forwarding a claim in connection with damage to a protected computerRead More →

Canadian manufacturers say supply chain disruptions are reducing their production while increasing costs, jeopardizing the sector’s recovery and the entire economy. A new survey from Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters has found that nine out of ten companies in the sector are struggling with supply chain issues. More than half saidRead More →

“The pandemic has been a real wake-up call for Canadian organizations,” says Jérôme Thirion Tweet that Although outsourcing and partnerships have long proven effective in increasing efficiency, expanding capabilities and growing businesses, executives across the country say they urgently need to radically change their TPRM operating models. and their approachRead More →

TORONTO — Magna International Inc. is joining other Canadian companies in fighting aggression in Ukraine by scaling back its Russian operations. “Like most members of the international community, we remain deeply concerned about the very unfortunate situation in Ukraine,” spokeswoman Tracy Fuerst said in an email Thursday. Magna has sixRead More →

Breadcrumb Links News Merchandise Agriculture Strike would impact Nutrien’s ability to transport potash, nitrogen and other agricultural chemicals to retail outlets just before spring planting Author of the article: Bloomberg News Jen Skerritt Nutrien’s Cory potash mine storage warehouse near Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. Photo by Nayan Sthankiya/Reuters Files Content of theRead More →

The Canadian government will invest up to $3.7 million to improve the Youth Employment and Skills Program (YESP) and support approximately 300 jobs for youth in the agricultural sector Details were announced by Marie-Claude Bibeau, Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food. The YESP aims to support employers in the agri-food sectorRead More →

Magna International Inc. joins other Canadian companies in standing up to aggression in Ukraine by scaling back its Russian operations. “Like most members of the international community, we remain deeply concerned about the very unfortunate situation in Ukraine,” company spokeswoman Tracy Fuerst said in an email Thursday. The Ontario-based autoRead More →

OTTAWA — Hours after the United Nations sided with Ukraine and called on Russia to withdraw from its territory, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy hailed the vote and called on Canada for more sanctions and “restrictive measures” to stop the bombardment of his country. Zelenskyy, who is entrenched in Kyiv asRead More →

Earlier today, Triathlon Today published an article about World Triathlon and its relationship with the Super League Triathlon (SLT), which will host the next series of Esports World Championships. One of SLT’s co-founders is Leonid Boguslavsky (pictured, right, above, with Super League co-founders Michael Dhulst and Chris McCormack), who hasRead More →

A Winnipeg man of Ukrainian descent calls on Ottawa to provide a lifeline for Ukrainians as Russian armed forces continue their devastating attack on the country. Nick Krawetz is calling on the federal government to waive temporary visa requirements for Ukrainians as the destruction and terror of Russia’s invasion ofRead More →

Canada’s critical infrastructure sectors are encouraged to monitor increased cyber threat activity.Frank Gunn/The Canadian Press A cybersecurity expert says Canadian companies are at risk of online attacks if Russia chooses to retaliate against government sanctions. Karim Hijazi, founder and CEO of Texas-based cyberintelligence firm Prevailion, said Canadian companies could fallRead More →

TORONTO — Canadian businesses risk being the target of online attacks if Russia chooses to retaliate against government sanctions, a cybersecurity expert said Friday. TORONTO — Canadian businesses risk being the target of online attacks if Russia chooses to retaliate against government sanctions, a cybersecurity expert said Friday. Karim Hijazi,Read More →

PDF flyer: CE – Citizenship Class 2022 HWDSB Continuing Education offers in-person and online courses for Canadian citizenship preparation. The citizenship preparation course emphasizes the knowledge and language skills necessary for the Canadian citizenship test. Different sessions are offered for the 2021-2022 academic year: Session 1: April 5 to JuneRead More →