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Will COVID-19 affect Halton house prices?
The year began with packed open houses, rabid bidding wars and sky-high prices, and no expert thought that anything—except perhaps an unprecedented influx of new inventory—could cool the red-hot
Canadian military preparing to get involved in COVID-19 pandemic
OTTAWA -- The Canadian Armed Forces is being put on a war footing as it prepares to be thrown into the COVID-19 crisis.
Web conferencing platforms at risk of phishing during COVID-19 crisis
TORONTO -- With the use of web-based video conferences proliferating during the COVID-19 crisis, cyber security experts warn they pose a threat as well as an opportunity in the age of telework.
Federal government to provide $2000 a month to workers impacted by COVID-19
Speaking from his home in Ottawa today, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau talked about the Canada Emergency Response Benefit (CERB), which will aim to provide $2000 a month for the next four months for
BREAKING: The House of Commons has passed $82 billion emergency legislation
OTTAWA -- The House of Commons has passed emergency legislation to free up $82 billion to help Canadians weather the COVID-19 crisis.
Small business confidence falls to record low amid COVID-19 pandemic, CFIB says
TORONTO -- The Canadian Federation of Independent Business says small business confidence has fallen to a new low amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Canada to help world’s poor cope with COVID-19, amid UN appeal: aid minister
OTTAWA -- International Development Minister Karina Gould says Canada will spend millions to help the world's most desperate people fight COVID-19 because it is in the country's long-
Canada refusing to participate in 2020 Tokyo Olympics
Canadian athletes won't be participating in this year's Olympic and Paralympic Games -- unless the event is pushed back a year.
All DriveTest centres in Ontario closing due to COVID-19
Based on the advice of Ontario’s Chief Medical Officer of Health, the province announced today that all full-time DriveTest Centres and part-time Travel Point locations will be closing.
Trudeau says Canada is not at the point of declaring a federal emergency
OTTAWA -- Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says Canada is not at the point where the federal government needs to take emergency measures to force people to stay at home during the COVID-
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