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 →

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 →

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 →

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 →

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 →

Bitwise Asset Management General Counsel Katherine Dowling reacts to Coinbase’s Super Bowl announcement and discusses cryptocurrency regulation. A cryptocurrency expert is sounding the alarm over how the Canadian government is freezing the crypto wallets of Freedom Convoy protesters and says it’s something that can “very realistically” happen in the UnitedRead More →

The federal government plans to continue to increase the record number of new permanent residents to Canada over the next three years as it resolves a massive backlog of applications that have accumulated during the COVID-19 pandemic. OTTAWA — The federal government plans to continue increasing Canada’s record number ofRead More →

Of all the slogans of news outlets around the world—“Democracy dies in darkness,” “All news worth printing,” et al. — none are more hilarious and tongue-in-cheek than CNN’s “The Most Trusted Name in News,” whose ratings continue to swirl down the toilet of public opinion as fast as Joe Biden’sRead More →

Breadcrumb Links Summary Executive Remote working makes companies ‘more vulnerable than ever to cyberattacks’, survey finds Of nearly 500 companies surveyed, 56% of companies affected by malware paid the amounts demanded by cybercriminals, according to the survey. Photo by REUTERS/Dado Ruvic/Illustration Reviews and recommendations are unbiased and products are independentlyRead More →

After years of debate over whether the competition law should be changed, the Canadian government announced plans to “carefully assess potential ways to improve its operation,” citing several concerns previously identified by the competition commissioner. In one Press release on February 7, 2022, the Honorable François-Philippe Champagne, federal Minister ofRead More →

Producer Group welcomes update Broadcasting Act and urges the rapid adoption of legislation OTTAWA, ON, February 2, 2022 /CNW/ – The Canadian Media Producers Association today welcomed the federal government’s introduction of legislation to modernize the Broadcasting Actfollowing his promise to introduce the bill within the first 100 days ofRead More →

OTTAWA (ON), January 31, 2022 /CNW/ – The Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters (CME) on Monday called on the federal government to immediately speed up immigration to address critical labor shortages, and detailed short and long-term solutions to Mitigate supply chain bottlenecks, including a sector-specific 60-day task force to address theRead More →

A government report on Chinese espionage activities in Canada accuses Beijing of engaging in a “systematic campaign of intelligence gathering, persuasion, influence and manipulation” against the Chinese community. In the report obtained by Global News, Canadian officials alleged that the Office of Overseas Chinese Affairs was responsible for “influencing orRead More →

A government report on Chinese espionage activities in Canada accuses Beijing of engaging in a “systematic campaign of intelligence gathering, persuasion, influence and manipulation” against the Chinese community. In the report obtained by Global News, Canadian officials alleged that the Office of Overseas Chinese Affairs was responsible for “influencing orRead 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 →

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 →

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 →

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 →

Members of the Uyghur minority hold placards as they demonstrate asking for news of their relatives on February 22, 2021 near the Chinese consulate in Istanbul.OZAN ​​KOSE/AFP/Getty Images Three years after it was first announced, an office empowered by Ottawa to investigate allegations of human rights abuses stemming from theRead More →

WASHINGTON, DC – The United States Small Business Administration, in consultation with the Treasury Department, has released detailed information on paycheck protection loan (PPP) recipients. The Paycheque Protection Program is a loan designed to provide a direct incentive for small businesses to keep their employees on the payroll. This loanRead More →

The office announced by the federal government in 2018 to deal with complaints about human rights abuses perpetrated by Canadian companies operating abroad still does not have a complaints mechanism in place. Canada’s Ombudsman for Responsible Business (CORE) was supposed to be a government watchdog who could investigate companies inRead More →

Almost nine months after the federal government suspended citizenship testing due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the government began offering potential Canadian citizens the option to take their tests online. On March 14, the federal government halted in-person Canadian citizenship tests, retests and ceremonies in response to the evolving COVID-19 situation,Read More →

The proposed plan raises concerns from Canada manufacturers OTTAWA, ON, October 7, 2020 / CNW / – President and CEO of Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters Dennis darby today released the following statement in response to the federal government’s long-awaited ban on single-use plastics: “The federal government has long affirmed itsRead More →

At this crucial time in the fight against systemic anti-Black and anti-Indigenous racism, the Canadian government must take responsibility for its continuing role in the spread of racism. This includes through its misleading self-representation in Discover Canada, the official study guide for the test taken by applicants for Canadian citizenship.Read More →

Breadcrumb Links national Publication date : October 10, 2016 • October 10, 2016 • 4 minute read • Join the conversation Bill Janzen says he warned the Canadian government several times before an obscure law began stripping long-time Canadians of their citizenship. Photo by FRED CHARTRAND /THE CANADIAN PRESS ContentRead More →

Editor’s note: The Canadian Association of Refugee Lawyers has prepared the following summary of the changes to the Citizenship Act proposed in Bill C-24, legislation introduced by the Conservative government in February. On February 6, 2014, the federal government introduced Bill C-24, legislation that amends Canada’s Citizenship Act. This newRead More →