Human clinical trials begin for Quebec-made COVID-19 vaccine candidate
Medicago’s first phase of clinical trials will test a plant-based product on 180 healthy men and women, aged 18 to 55.
UK to exclude Huawei from role in high-speed phone network
Backtracks after US threatened to sever intelligence-sharing arrangement over concerns over equipment allowing China to infiltrate UK networks.
How manufacturers can receive funding from the government
Webinar focused on funds available to manufacturers, who qualifies to receive funding and how to increase the chances of securing funding.
Federal wage subsidy to be extended to December: Trudeau
Nothing yet on how eligibility rules all be reshaped for the program critics say stop some employers from getting aid they need.
Advanced manufacturing booming in Ontario: Innovation Economy Council
Whitepaper details the current state of advanced manufacturing in Canada’s industrial heartland, along with next steps.
Quebec makes masks mandatory in public indoor spaces
Businesses are expected to enforce the new rules and subject to fines.
Economy adds 953,000 jobs in June, unemployment rate falls
Unemployment rate fell to 12.3% in June after hitting a record-high of 13.7% in May.
Technical ceramics to drive innovative ecosystem in electronics and energy
Growing need for improved insulation and wear-resistance properties drives global demand for technical ceramics
PM to Trump: Return of NA economy will negate need for tariffs
He said Canada’s aluminum smelters would soon be back producing value-added specialty products for the American auto sector.
Much of Ontario to enter Stage 3 of reopening July 17
10 regions to be held back outside the GTA and Hamilton areas, the Niagara Region, and Windsor-Essex.
Class action lawsuit alleges Cargill failed to take COVID-19 precautions
Guardian Law Group seeks damages for harm done to family members, friends and other people in close contact with Cargill employees.
Trump, Biden try to outdo each other on tough talk on China
Will be one of the three leading issues along with the economy and the handling of the coronavirus: pollster.
Earth is invading Mars: three countries sending spacecraft
The US, UAE and China are taking advantage of a one-month window in which the two planets are in ideal alignment on the same side of the sun.
Bombardier supports assets sale for EU approval of Alstom’s takeover
Canadian transportation company reaffirms the sale remains on track to close in the first half of 2021.
Canada’s response on tariffs won’t be bound by USMCA: negotiator
Trade negotiator Steve Verheul says what actions Canada takes depends on what the US does.