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Financial aid for workers hurt by COVID-19 gets unanimous support in Commons

Financial aid for workers hurt by COVID-19 gets unanimous support in Commons

OTTAWA — The House of Commons has unanimously passed legislation authorizing new benefits for workers left jobless or underemployed by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Tiny home, big living

Tiny home, big living

Affordability and living with less--just a couple of the reasons more people at all life stages are looking at a tiny home.
TC Energy inks deal for Indigenous ownership stake in Keystone XL pipeline

TC Energy inks deal for Indigenous ownership stake in Keystone XL pipeline

CALGARY — Indigenous communities are being given a chance to pursue an ownership interest in the Keystone XL pipeline project, builder TC Energy Corp. announced on Tuesday.
Survey finds doctors worry supplies of flu vaccine, PPE will lag demand

Survey finds doctors worry supplies of flu vaccine, PPE will lag demand

TORONTO — The Canadian Medical Association says doctors still face hurdles getting personal protective equipment and fear they won't be able to adequately respond to increased demands for the flu shot.
Edmonton-based business ready to help Albertans for the looming second wave of COVID-19

Edmonton-based business ready to help Albertans for the looming second wave of COVID-19

Edmonton-based Ennis Fabrics made a pandemic pivot this past March that has left the family-owned business ready for the looming second wave of COVID-19.
Deficit on track to hit $330 billion with COVID effects lasting years, says PBO

Deficit on track to hit $330 billion with COVID effects lasting years, says PBO

The Liberals said in July that the deficit would be $343.2 billion, but that didn't include new possible spending, or measures coming in under budget.
Trudeau pledges extra $400 million in humanitarian aid to fight COVID-19

Trudeau pledges extra $400 million in humanitarian aid to fight COVID-19

The new money will go to "to trusted partners on the ground fighting COVID-19," Trudeau said.
Trudeau urges largest countries in the world to support UN biodiversity plan

Trudeau urges largest countries in the world to support UN biodiversity plan

The prime minister was pledging Canada’s support for a UN initiative that aims to protect 30 per cent of land and oceans by 2030.
Liberals seek to fast track new COVID-19 aid bill after CERB expires

Liberals seek to fast track new COVID-19 aid bill after CERB expires

Government House leader Pablo Rodriguez proposed Monday to limit debate on the legislation, which sets up three new benefits to help workers
End of life planning a critical conversation

End of life planning a critical conversation

“We can definitely start to personalize things more – there are lots of great ideas you just have to have these conversations.”
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