Virtual try-ons are replacing fitting rooms during the pandemic, The coronavirus pandemic is reshaping the way Americans shop. Stores are reopening but being reoriented to avoid interaction: Fitting rooms are taped off, sample counters are closed and product testers have been put away.
With the pandemic pinching off the supply of illicit drugs, the sale of legalized cannabis products in Newfoundland and Labrador appears to be filling some of the gap.
Some public health and infectious disease experts are pressing for governments in Canada to shift to minimizing, not eradicating, COVID-19 while allowing society to resume functioning.
In a normal year, the federal government tables a budget in the spring and then an economic statement or fiscal update in the fall.
Walmart has pulled merchandise bearing the slogan “All Lives Matter” sold by independent dealers on its website. The move follows outrage expressed on social media that the phrase disparages the Black Lives Matter movement.
Uncovering what’s become of Canada’s deficit, implementing a bonus for workers returning to their jobs during the COVID-19 pandemic and boosting funding for the country’s auditor general are among the Official Opposition’s top priorities ahead of Wednesday’s fiscal snapshot.
The COVID-19 pandemic has launched the Canadian Red Cross into transferring funds electronically to those they support.
Mandating, not just recommending, the use of non-medical masks will help convince more Canadians to wear them as the economy reopens, just as wearing seatbelts is now the norm, some social scientists and physicians say.
The Royal Canadian Mounted Police will give an update this morning on the arrest of the Canadian Armed Forces member who gained access to the grounds at Rideau Hall early Thursday morning.
A family hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic is angry that Canada’s border restrictions are keeping a son in New York City from seeing his elderly, sick mother in Toronto.