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Canadians Mortgage Debt Grew by $18 Billion in April, Biggest Monthly Gain Ever

Canadians took out almost $18 billion worth of new mortgage debt in April, the fastest monthly increase on record and enough to bring total housing debt to almost $2 trillion. Statistics Canada reported Friday that while...

Vietnam Airlines allowed to fly to Canada

After more than half a year of negotiations, Vietnam Airlines has just received the required certificate allowing it to operate flights to Canada and is planning to fly to two big Canadian cities of Toronto...

Fraser Health to Host 32-Hour “Vax-a-thon” in Surrey This Weekend for People Needing First Dose

Fraser Health has announced what it is calling a 32-hour COVID-19 vax-a-thon from Saturday morning to Sunday night. The immunization clinic at Surrey’s Guildford Recreation Centre will open at 11 a.m. Saturday and run around the...

Alberta Set to Lift Most Health Restrictions by July 1

Almost all COVID-19 public health restrictions will be lifted in Alberta on Canada Day as the province prepares to enter the final stage of its COVID-19 reopening plan. Stage 3 of Alberta's Open for Summer plan...

Prime Minister Trudeau Says AstraZeneca Recipients Will Not Be Disadvantaged When They Travel

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said today his government is working with the U.S. and other international partners to ensure that AstraZeneca vaccine recipients face few barriers when they travel abroad. Prime Minister Trudeau's commitment comes at...

Canada to Receive 68M COVID-19 Vaccine Doses by End of July

By the end of July, Canada will have received “over 68 million” doses of COVID-19 vaccines, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced Friday, resulting in more Canadians being able to receive their second doses earlier than...

Canada United States Border Closure Extended Until July 21

The Canada United States border will remain closed for at least another month amid the COVID-19 pandemic, Bill Blair, the federal minister of public safety, announced Friday. Public Safety Minister Blair took to Twitter to make...

First Phase of Vaccine Certification Going Live in July For Travellers Entering Canada

As the travel industry pushes the government to ease travel restrictions, the federal government plans to roll out next month the first phase of its vaccine certification program for travellers entering the country, CBC News...

Backlog of Goods at Chinese Sea Ports Affects Supply Chains Around the World

A coronavirus outbreak in southern China has clogged ports critical to global trade, causing a shipping backlog that could take months to clear and lead to shortages during the year-end holiday shopping season. The chaos began...

First EU-Approved Shipments of Vietnamese Lychees Snapped Up in France

After successfully passing EU’s origin label requirement, imported Vietnamese lychees are proving popular with French customers, according to the Vietnam Trade Promotion Agency (Viettrade) under the Ministry of Industry and Trade. The consignments were sourced from...

Chinese Crew Enters New Space Station on 3-Month Mission

Three Chinese astronauts arrived Thursday at China's new space station at the start of a three-month mission, marking another milestone in the country's ambitious space program. Their Shenzhou-12 craft connected with the space station module about...

Botswana Unearths World’s Third Largest Diamond

A 1,098-carat diamond believed to be the third largest gem-quality stone ever to be mined, has been discovered in Botswana, according to a joint venture between Anglo American's (AAL.L) De Beers and the government. The stone...

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Vaccine Branding Leads to Hesitancy Confusion Towards Mixing Moderna and Pfizer

Despite repeated assurances they are both safe and highly effective – some people hoping to get a Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine are walking away from...

How to Use the ArriveCAN App If You Don’t Have a Smartphone

All international travellers arriving to Canada via land or air are currently required to enter their information and upload documents to the federal government's...

GO Train Summer Service Between Toronto and Niagara Falls Begins Saturday

Weekend summer GO trains between Niagara and Toronto are set to begin operating on Saturday, according to the province’s transit agency. Metrolinx says the four...

Investors Account for One Fifth of Home Purchases in Canada

Investors account for one-fifth of all home purchases in Canada, adding more fuel to the debate about their influence on the country’s soaring real...

Prime Minister Trudeau Says Border Restrictions Will Be Further Relaxed in Coming Weeks if All Goes Well

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau signalled today the government is likely to further relax some of the most stringent border measures this summer — but...

YouTube Secures Big Win in the European Union Over Copyrights

The European Union’s top court on Tuesday ruled that Google’s YouTube and other online platforms should not be held liable for copyright-infringing uploads in...

European Union Opens Antitrust Probe into Google’s Advertising Units

The European Commission, the EU’s executive arm, opened a new investigation into Google on Tuesday to assess whether the tech giant has favored its...

United Nations Says Great Barrier Reef Should Be Added to “In Danger” List Angering Australia

The Great Barrier Reef should be added to a list of “in danger” World Heritage Sites, a United Nations committee recommended on Tuesday, prompting...

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