The Canadian Press
Here is a quick overview of what these changes mean
The World Health Organization declared COVID-19 a pandemic March 11
Outbreak of the novel coronavirus has changed some spending plans.
Airline says the move reflects “evolving, long-term fleet planning requirements.”
Government is holding an extra $105 million collected on US steel and aluminum during the trade fight with the Trump administration.
Business, labour groups want looser restrictions on employment insurance payments for people who are off work due to illness.
But Business Council of Canada CEO is calling for an economic budget to respond to the economic crisis “people are feeling.”
Now plans up to $1 billion this year, down from earlier plans for between $1.3 billion and $1.5 billion.
The turmoil is already affecting Canadian companies and consumers.
Freeland’s office and Public Safety mum on details about who from Canada took part in the talks.
Business continuity plans ensure the continuous delivery of critical services and products for the organization.
Champagne strikes a diplomatic tone as he describes a “science-first” approach that includes the government’s Five Eyes security partners.
He cites demand for fossil fuels, which is expected to remain strong for many years.
Alberta premier says province’s ability to continue contributing to federal taxes is now at risk.
The government had budgeted $4 billion for the 2019-2020 fiscal year to keep hydro prices stable