In June, the federal Liberal government increased its five-year 100% ZEV sales target until 2035. It said it would develop a combination of investments and regulations to help consumers and consumers alike. industry to make the transition.JONATHAN HAYWARD / The Canadian Press Officials from manufacturing, mining, green groups, academia andRead More →

KPMG’s 2021 Cyber ​​Security Survey recently surveyed business owners or decision makers in primarily midsize companies and 1,000 Canadians ahead of Cyber ​​Security Awareness Month to get their take on how businesses can defend themselves against the growing threat of cyber attacks and meet consumer expectations. The survey found thatRead More →

OTC Markets has published proposed rule changes that, effective September 23, 2021, would require a company to be listed on the OTCQX International to be either an SEC reporting company or file reports with the SEC under the Regulatory A+ reporting system, or be exempt from SEC reporting requirements underRead More →

By Karen Day on 09/19/2021 | Updated on 11/24/2021 Canada has a good reputation for supporting diversity, but a lawsuit alleges continued and widespread discrimination against black public officials. Photo courtesy of GoToVan via Flickr After the polls close in the Canadian federal election slated for September 20, the newlyRead More →

United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees Filippo Grandi speaks at a press conference in Islamabad on September 17. Opinion polls suggest that only 14 percent of Canadians see immigration as a key issue.FAROOQ NAEEM / AFP / Getty Images A senior United Nations official called on anyone who wins CanadianRead More →

Hong Kong actor Nicholas Tse, star of recent Chinese action blockbuster raging firesays he is renouncing his Canadian citizenship amid widespread skepticism in mainland China of local celebrities of foreign nationality. Over the weekend, while raging fire soared to $175 million at the Chinese box office, Tse told a CCTVRead More →

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – A report from the Canadian province of Ontario shows that more than 100 people, mostly young people, have been hospitalized with heart inflammation after receiving one of the types of mRNA vaccines. Studies have reported adverse effects from COVID-19 vaccines, some of which have experiencedRead More →

Canadian Immigration News: Eligible permanent residents of Canada can apply to become citizens with just a few mouse clicks now that the online citizenship application website is live. “The new online application is user-friendly,” boasts Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) on its website. “For example, you can now saveRead More →

Last updated on September 2, 2021 Canada Online citizenship The application website is now live and allows eligible permanent residents to apply to become citizens with a few mouse clicks. “The new online application is user-friendly,” boasts Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) on its website. “For example, you canRead More →

The Canadian government plans to require COVID-19 vaccines for all plane, train and cruise passengers traveling in the country. At a press conference on Friday, Canadian Transport Minister Omar Alghabra announced that a vaccination mandate for travelers will be imposed in the coming months. Alghabra also announced that Canada willRead More →

“This test does very little to make immigrants better Canadians and therefore should be changed or dropped,” reads reader OrilliaMatters accepts letters to the editor ([email protected]). This letter follows an article titled “A decolonized citizenship ceremony is a step towards reconciliation”, published on August 8.********************I obtained Canadian citizenship a fewRead More →

Canada’s federal government announced on Tuesday that it will provide more than $321 million to the country’s Indigenous community following the discovery of several unmarked graves on former residential school sites. The money will help fund searches for more burial sites and help survivors who are still recovering from theRead More →

The Canadian government travel and tourism The website provides conflicting information on whether Americans fully vaccinated against Covid-19 can cross the border for vacations starting Aug. 9. The website echoes an earlier announcement by the Government of Canada that the border will be open to vaccinated American tourists. It saysRead More →

National President of the National Democratic Congress, Mr. Samuel Ofosu Ampofo The opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) National Speaker, Mr. Samuel Ofosu Ampofo, has expressed his shock at the verdict of a Cape Coast High Court which nullified the Assin North 2020 parliamentary elections. The court, presided over by JudgeRead More →

Daniel is a first generation Canadian. His parents came to Canada from Chile in the 1970s, when this country was ruled by a military dictatorship and its grandparents and great-grandparents were all immigrants and refugees. Adrienne clarkson, ICC Co-Chair said, “Daniel’s family history and professional experience as a successful activistRead More →

Climate change is driving the air conditioning industry to come up with energy-saving innovations, as more frequent extreme weather events are expected to put additional strain on the power grid. Canada has already seen average temperatures increase by 1.7 degrees Celsius since 1948, according to Environment and Climate Change Canada.Read More →

Brendan King, CEO of VendAsta Technologies Inc.Liam Richards / The Globe and Mail Brendan King remembers being on the road most of his working hours, until COVID-19 put an end to all travel. The clientele of his Saskatoon-based software company are predominantly American. He was therefore worried that he wouldRead More →

The Canadian government has announced that it will soon grant fully vaccinated travelers “who are eligible to enter Canada” exemptions from its travel restrictions. While details are being debated – and as the US and Canada also consider lifting border restrictions – the Canadian government stresses that: “current travel restrictionsRead More →

QUEBEC, June 16, 2021 / CNW Telbec / – Lawyers Without Borders Canada (ASFC), in collaboration with the Canadian Partnership for International Justice (PCJI), calls on the Canadian government to respect its obligation to prosecute crimes against humanity and war crimes, in particular in the case of Jorge Vinicio SosaRead More →

The Canadian government says it will soon allow fully vaccinated travelers “who are eligible to enter Canada” exemptions to its travel restrictions. As details are being debated – and the United States and Canada are also considering lifting border restrictions – the Canadian government stresses that “current travel restrictions stillRead More →

March 1, 2019 by Carolyn Powell, Director of International Business Development, Invest Buffalo Niagara Sponsored content provided by PLANT partners: Peace Bridge in Buffalo. Invest Buffalo Niagara offers assistance to companies embarking on establishing a site in the United States. Canadian companies expanding into the United States enjoyed another successfulRead More →

Bob Nelsen’s Resilience, with a mission no less ambitious than rewriting the rules of drug manufacturing, has taken an early lead with only a year of life under its belt. The Canadian government likes what it sees and plans to cut a healthy check to bolster Resilience’s Mississauga facility. TheRead More →

Louis Tetu, CEO of Coveo, a Quebec-based company that sells artificial intelligence-based search tools known as “analytics engines” to giants like American Express, Dell and Geico.Renaud Philippe/The Globe and Mail The Canadian initial public offering market has shrugged off recent investor fears and is poised to rebound, with at leastRead More →

Breadcrumb Links World News Canadian politics Canada “The Liberal government’s status quo approach to the People’s Republic of China should end, especially with Canadians held hostage” Publication date : April 28, 2021 • May 3, 2021 • 3 minute read • 169 comments Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. Photo by BlairRead More →

OTTAWA, ON, April 27, 2021 / CNW / – Canadian Manufacturers and Exporters (CME) congratulates Minister Tassi and the federal government for introducing legislation to end labor disruptions at the Port of Montreal. CME now urges all parties to support these measures and ensure swift passage of the bill. CanadianRead More →

TORONTO, April 16, 2021 / CNW / – Statement on behalf of the President and CEO of Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters, Dennis darby “With COVID-19 numbers now reaching their highest levels since the start of the pandemic, the Ontario government announced new restrictions this afternoon. Canadian Manufacturers and Exporters (CME)Read More →

TORONTO, April 12, 2021 /CNW/ – The Port of from Montreal longshoremen announced that they would call a partial strike on Tuesday, April 13, 2021. The announcement comes after a 7-month truce that followed a costly work stoppage at the port in August. It is imperative that we avoid anotherRead More →

TORONTO, April 7, 2021 / CNW / – Canadian Manufacturers and Exporters (CME) expresses deep concern over recent spikes in COVID-19 cases in Canada, especially in Ontario. The CME urges the government to Ontario Prioritize the vaccination of essential workers so that the sector can continue to keep workplaces openRead More →

There is new momentum in Canada to offer citizenship to dissident Saudi blogger Raif Badawi, which would in theory grant him new legal protections in his home country, where he has been imprisoned since 2012. In 2014, Badawi was sentenced to 10 years in prison. , including time already served,Read More →

TORONTO, March 24, 2021 / CNW / – Canadian Manufacturers and Exporters (CME) welcomes support for from ontario Budget 2021 to stimulate growth by from ontario manufacturing sector. Today’s budget reaffirms the province’s commitment to take action to help the sector reinvest and grow as it emerges from the currentRead More →