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The drop in Canada's gross domestic product in the 1st quarter of 2020 is the sharpest since the 1st quarter of 2009
The court ruling also dashes hopes for a quick mending of Canada-China relations, which soured following her arrest on a US warrant in 2018 during a stopover in Vancouver
Vancouver police are investigating 29 anti-Asian incidents over the past two months, 7 times more than the same period last year
(UPDATED) Car rental company Hertz cites the 'sudden and dramatic' impact of the coronavirus pandemic on travel demand
Plunging energy prices as a result of the coronavirus pandemic is the main contributor to the decline in Canada's inflation rate for April 2020
Meet some of the Filipino-Canadians supporting Canada's healthcare system amid the ongoing pandemic
The US Department of Homeland Security says the closure, first ordered on March 20 and due to expire May 20, will be extended until June 22 and reviewed every 30 days
Canada's competition watchdog says Facebook made Canadians believe that they were in control of their data while the company allowed data to be shared with 3rd party developers
Johnson & Johnson cites declining sales in the United States and Canada, where there have been fears its baby powder causes cancer. The company maintains its product is safe.
Air Canada, which employs about 38,000 people, says it does not expect a return to normal for a long time
Advocates believe more Asian-Canadians are now reporting anti-Asian hate crimes and incidents because of the 'intensity and the gratuitous nature' of these violent attacks
'Companies that receive this funding will be required to commit to future climate disclosures, and environmental sustainability goals,' says Canadian Finance Minister Bill Morneau
(UPDATED) The employment declines are observed in all Canadian provinces, but Quebec – which has the most coronavirus cases – leads all of them with 821,000 jobs lost
The Canadian government is giving Can$252 million (US$180 million) in emergency aid to farmers and food producers hit by the coronavirus pandemic
Canada's exports fall 4.7% to Can$46.3 billion in March 2020, while imports decline 3.5% to Can$47.7 billion
'We are now living through the darkest period ever in the history of commercial aviation,' says Air Canada CEO Calin Rovinescu
We brace ourselves for what will come. But we are bottle-ready, with our alcohol spray and hand sanitizer.
Margaret Trudeau, who is also the widow of late prime minister Pierre Trudeau, is treated in hospital for smoke inhalation and possibly burns
'If we get this wrong, everything we have done, everything we have sacrificed over the past many weeks, could have been in vain,' warns Prime Minister Justin Trudeau
Celine Dion, Justin Bieber, and author Margaret Atwood are among the celebrities who took part in the 'Stronger Together/Tous Ensemble' event
'[Immunity is] something we need to have clearer answers to. Until we have those clearer answers, we need to err on the side of more caution,' says Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau
The slowdown in Canada's inflation rate for March 2020 is mainly due to an 11.6% drop in energy prices
The Royal Canadian Mounted Police says new human remains are discovered in homes and vehicles set ablaze by the suspect during the weekend killing spree in Nova Scotia
'He wasn't killing enemies, he was killing his friends,' says an acquaintance of the gunman
'No one man's action can build a wall between us and a better day – no matter how evil, how thoughtless, or how destructive,' Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says
Migrant, undocumented workers seek income support from the Canadian government during the coronavirus pandemic
The leaders of the world's most advanced economies are looking for a way to end the economic paralysis
Preliminary data show Canada's gross domestic product plunged 9% in March 2020, dragging down 1st quarter growth to -2.6%
Canada's parliament approves a Can$73-billion (US$52-billion) program which aims to pay companies 75% of their employees' salaries to avoid massive layoffs
The embassy says it may have more flights out of the Philippines 'if there's enough demand'
The 2.2-percentage-point increase in Canada's unemployment rate in March 2020 is the biggest monthly rise since 1976
(UPDATED) Air Canada says it will bring back the people it had furloughed, through a planned Canadian government relief package
Many Filipinos are laid off after all non-essential businesses closed down as part of efforts to stem the pandemic
Maple syrup producers in Quebec, Canada, are hit by measures to slow the spread of the coronavirus
Canada orders more than 60 million N95 masks, 157 million surgical masks, 1,570 respirators from companies in Canada, Europe and the United States, and is working to secure another 4,000
Air Canada says 15,200 employees and about 1,300 managers will be temporarily laid off in the 2nd quarter of 2020
Sophie Trudeau says she is 'feeling so much better'
Canada's measures include a 75% wage subsidy for small and medium business employees, and a series of grants, tax deferrals, lines of credit, and low-interest loans to businesses
Canada's measures include Can$52 billion ($37 billion) in direct support for families and businesses affected by the coronavirus pandemic
More than 12,000 employees, or 70% of Bombardier's Canadian workforce, will be placed on furlough during the temporary shutdown
The International Olympic Committee has come under increasing pressure to push back the Games as the coronavirus global death tally continues to rise
'When conditions permit and service resumes, these employees will be recalled,' says Air Canada
Starting on Monday, March 23, certain dollar liquidity operations among the banks will occur daily rather than weekly
Canadians and tourists are lining up at pot shops and flooding online cannabis retail sites to stock up on the mood-altering drug that was legalized in 2018
'This is a time where you should be focused on your health, not whether you're going to lose your job or not whether you're going to run out of money,' says Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau
'As much as possible, stay home,' says the Canadian Prime Minister. 'Don't go out unless you absolutely have to. Work remotely if you can. Let the kids run around a bit in the house.'
Britain, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, and the United States 'resolve to coordinate measures...to achieve strong growth in the G7 economies'
'Most of the cases (in Canada) have been linked to travel,' says Canada's chief public health officer, 'but that could change very quickly'
'We are recommending that Canadians avoid all non-essential travel outside the country,' Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says in a news conference outside his Ottawa residence
'The Prime Minister will continue to fully assume his duties and will address Canadians tomorrow,' the statement says