Digitized companies doing better through COVID-19: SAP report
Divide in digital readiness reveals a clear connection between COVID-19 resiliency and intelligent leadership progress.
COVID-19 death rates higher in visible minorities neighbourhoods
Statistics Canada report’s authors say it’s more evidence the pandemic is disproportionately affecting this group.
Taiwan marks 200 days without domestic COVID-19 infection
553 cases and just seven deaths recorded, but island continues to record new cases as people arrive from abroad.
Canadian businesses picking up the digital transformation pace: study
Organizations recognize they need a more agile/scalable IT infrastructure to allow for business continuity.
Freeland says aid needed as central bank targets 2022 for recovery
Unprecedented amounts spent in record time to limit the economic damage wrought by COVID-19.
Manufacturers head into an uncertain recovery
As the economy opens up, the threat of another wave of infection is very real.
Thanksgiving affecting COVID-19 numbers in Ontario, Manitoba: officials
Holiday took place as Ontario imposed stricter health measures in three regions, including Toronto.
Mayors, construction industry, call on Ontario, feds for infrastructure money
They say the global health crisis has created revenue shortfalls that will prevent them from work on infrastructure.
Liberals face probe into pandemic response after losing House vote
Must turn over to the House of Commons health committee all records on a raft of issues related to the coronavirus response.
Budget update won’t have fiscal anchor until after crisis: PM
It will provide some guidelines for ongoing spending to help the economy.
Pfizer raises concerns on probe of Ottawa’s pandemic response
Raises confidentiality related to requirement to produce documents related to the production and purchase of a vaccine for COVID-19.
Huawei sales up, but growth slows under virus, US pressure
US sanctions cut off access to most American components in a feud with Beijing over technology and security.
Quebec pork plant outbreak grows, Alberta boosting travel industry
62 workers at an Olymel plant tested positive for the novel coronavirus.
Coca-Cola recovery continues as it grows leaner in pandemic
Company has accelerated a planned reorganization that will put more emphasis on fast-growing brands.
Fake news creates serious issues for battling pandemic: Tam
One claim is the pandemic is linked to a bid for public support of a universal guaranteed income.