OTTAWA, Nov 30 Next year, if all goes as
planned, Canadians will get a free COVID-19 vaccine, billions of
dollars in economic stimulus, and perhaps, insiders and analysts
say, an early election.
OTTAWA Canada on Saturday blocked bulk exports of prescription drugs if they would create a shortage at home, in response to outgoing U.S. President Donald Trump's efforts to allow imports from Canada to lower some drug prices for Americans.
OTTAWA Canada next week will reveal the breadth of the emergency spending it has made during the pandemic and lay the groundwork for future stimulus and social measures, like a national childcare program, government sources told Reuters.
OTTAWA, Nov 23 Canada will provide a "full"
update on federal spending on Nov. 30, Finance Minister Chrystia
Freeland said on Monday, as the government pledged to support
people and businesses through a surging second wave of COVID-19.
OTTAWA Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's main rival in an election that could come as early as next year on Thursday said he would toughen the country's stance on China, including potentially boycotting some goods produced there.
OTTAWA Canada's opposition on Wednesday called on Liberal Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's government to get tougher on China, including by officially banning Huawei Technologies Co Ltd's 5G technology from being used in the country.
OTTAWA, Nov 18 Canada's opposition on Wednesday
called on Liberal Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's government to
get tougher on China, including by officially banning Huawei
Technologies Co Ltd's 5G technology from being used in the
OTTAWA Canada has signed several agreements for potential COVID-19 vaccines and should be able to get them out to a large part of the population by the end of next year, one of Canada's top doctors said on Tuesday.
OTTAWA Canada's remote Arctic territory of Nunavut is suffering its first community outbreak of COVID-19 and will close all non-essential services, as well as schools, for at least two weeks, officials said on Monday.
OTTAWA Canadians have time to tamp down the surging second wave of COVID-19 by Christmas if they act now, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said on Friday, as he urged provincial leaders for the second time this week to impose more health restrictions.