- Research finds hiring disabled Canadians could boost economic growth
- New fear on Canada-U.S. trade involves steel tariffs
- Justice for Tina Fontaine round dance blocks Regina intersection
- Trump’s crowd cartoon
- The way governments learn of deaths is getting a digital makeover
Posted: 25 Feb 2018 07:36 AM PST
TORONTO — New research suggests that failing to make accessibility for people with disabilities a higher priority for Canadian businesses would cost the country billions of dollars in lost economic growth. The findings from the Conference Board of Canada focused on people with physical disabilities, a population group comprising an estimated 2.9 million Canadians that’s expected […]
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Posted: 25 Feb 2018 05:37 AM PST
WASHINGTON — A new concern about Canada’s relationship with the United States is emerging in the foreground, with threats of global steel and aluminum tariffs now competing with NAFTA uncertainty as a source of economic anxiety. It was evident during a trip to Washington for the premiers of the two biggest provinces. During their just-concluded visit, […]
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Posted: 24 Feb 2018 05:56 PM PST
REGINA — Rallies in Canadian cities that were sparked by the acquittal of a man accused of murdering an Indigenous teen in Winnipeg continued Saturday, including one that briefly blocked an intersection for a round dance. Marchers in Regina edged their way out into traffic at the intersection of Albert Street and Victoria Avenue as traffic […]
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Posted: 24 Feb 2018 01:16 PM PST
Posted: 24 Feb 2018 10:46 AM PST
The path Canadians must take to inform their governments about a death in the family is getting a digital overhaul to avoid delays that have led to wrongful or missed benefit payments. Federal, provincial and territorial governments turned to private consultants two years ago to offer a blueprint for a system where everything is handled […]
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