The Canadian employment picture brightened in June, with employers planning to keep staff and even hire after the harrowing effects of efforts to contain the fast-spreading novel coronavirus in the spring, according to a survey released Tuesday by Statistics Canada.Read more
Canadians can take Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s apology for his role in the WE Charity controversy for what it’s worth, but what’s more interesting is what he revealed during it. First, he knew his mother and brother worked as public speakers and it was “not surprising” to him they were paid by WE, but heRead more
I kind of miss the days when Prime Minister Justin Trudeau would only apologize for errors and sins committed by other politicians long since dead. On Monday, Trudeau swanned out of Rideau Cottage and, after trying to divert reporters’ attention by announcing yet more hundreds of millions for coronavirus benefits, finally apologized for part –Read more
Ontario Premier Doug Ford says his “hands are tied” when it comes to an NHL decision to fly up American technicians to air games. “I believe we have good enough workers here, but I don’t control the NHL contract, NHL signed the contract with NBC,” Ford said Tuesday.Read more
CALGARY — One of Canada’s largest fracking companies said its restructuring and has fended off “undervalued” offers for its U.S. operations amid a sharp decline in oilfield services activity.
Calfrac Well Services Ltd. announced Tuesday that an Alberta Court of Queen’s Bench judge allowed the company to restructure its debts through the Canada Business Corporations Act (CBCA).Read more
The national Conservative party says it has 269,469 members eligible to vote in the current leadership race.Read more