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Gas Prices Expected to hit Record High in Metro Vancouver This Weekend

Gas analysts say fuel prices in Metro Vancouver could reach record levels this weekend. Drivers are expected to pay about $1.679 Thursday, but that could jump to as high as $1.75 by the weekend. “We're seeing unprecedented highs. We haven't seen...

Health Canada Announces Recall for 18 More Hand Sanitizer

Health Canada has announced the recall of more hand sanitizers, adding 18 more products to their list because of issues such as containing ingredients not allowed by Health Canada or not being authorized for sale in Canada. Since the beginning...

Canada Secures 1.4M Moderna Vaccine Doses for June

Canada has secured 1.4 million Moderna COVID-19 vaccine doses for June, Procurement Minister Anita Anand confirmed on Monday. That brings Canada’s total Moderna vaccine doses to over nine million for June alone and sets the vaccine manufacturer on track to...

Federal, Provincial Privacy Commissioners Issue Warnings About Vaccine Passports

Canada's privacy commissioners are issuing a warning about vaccine passports, saying measures must be taken to ensure Canadians' personal information is protected. "While this may offer substantial public benefit, it is an encroachment on civil liberties that should be taken...

Canadian New-Home Prices Rising at Fastest Pace in Three Decades

Newly built Canadian homes are rising faster in price than at any time in more than three decades. Prices rose 1.9 percent in February from the previous month, according to data released Thursday by Statistics Canada, the fastest one-month increase...

Greater Toronto Area Housing Market on Fire as Average Home Prices Surpasses $1 Million

The Toronto Regional Real Estate Board says the housing market remained on fire in February with the average price surpassing $1 million for the first time. The real estate board says February home sales reached 10,970, a 52.5 percent jump...

Canada To Extend 3 COVID-19 Supports for Businesses Until June

The Canadian federal government announced Wednesday it will extend multiple critical COVID-19 emergency benefits aimed at helping businesses during the pandemic. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said the Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy and the Canada Emergency Rent Subsidy Canada, as well...

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Public Daycare Workers Across Quebec to Strike For 1 Day Next Week

Workers in the province's public daycares will be walking off the job for a day next Friday. Earlier this week,...
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