Think tank appears at UN Security Council to appeal for Korvig’s release
Canada pushes for release of Kovrig and Spavor who have limited access to Canadian consular officials.
Canada-China spat heats up over ambassador’s alleged threat
New friction arose when China’s ambassador Cong Peiwu branded pro-democracy protesters in Hong Kong violent criminals.
Oil price stall, global uncertainty prompt caution from energy companies
Analyst says drawdowns are constructive, but the market remains reliant on drastic production cuts from OPEC+ to restore balance.
Watchdog to monitor how CRA handles COVID stressed taxpayers
Agency shifts back to tax-collection mode after months of focusing on doling out emergency aid.
Small business owners cautiously optimistic about the future: report
69% stating their business is better equipped to survive a second wave of the pandemic.
COVID-19 industry leadership honours: The recap
10 awards recognized everything from excellence in PPE production to tech that detects the corona virus.
Canada’s Kennedy to yesterday’s man: John Turner dead at 91
Former PM died peacefully in his sleep at home in Toronto on Sept. 18
Trudeau doesn’t want an election but country will ‘figure it out’ if need be
He believes it’s what opposition parties want, not what Canadians or the government wants.
Statistics Canada says country gained 419,000 jobs in July
The national unemployment rate was 10.9% in July, down from the 12.3% recorded in June
Sask. Premier Moe worried U.S. could put tariff on steel after aluminum
Regina is home to the Evraz steel mill where hundreds of people work
Canada decries death penalty after second Canadian sentenced in China
China gave two other Canadian citizens death sentences in 2019
Canada plans $3.6B in retaliatory tariffs on U.S. in aluminium dispute
Freeland says the tariffs will match dollar-for-dollar the costs of the planned 10% import tariff on Canadian raw aluminum that will apply starting Aug. 16
Canadians are afraid to return to workplace, yet trust employers to keep them safe: KPMG
82% trust their employer to take and maintain all the necessary health and safety precautions
China sentences 3rd Canadian to death on drug charges
Like many Asian nations, China deals out stiff penalties for manufacturing and selling illegal drugs
Potential explosion in mental illness could last years after pandemic: study
The Deloitte study estimates that visits to emergency rooms for stress and anxiety-related disorders will increase one to 3% from pre-pandemic rates