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Economy, Health, International

EU set to add COVID restrictions on travellers from Canada

Up till now, Canada has been listed as a ‘white list’ country whereby travellers can enter the European Union countries without restrictions related to COVID-19. This has meant Canadians entering the EU do not have to quarantine or provide mandatory »

Society, Sports

Skate Canada International 2020 Grand Prix cancelled due to COVID-19

The 2020 Skate Canada International Grand Prix, which was scheduled for Oct. 30 and 31 in Ottawa, has been canceled due to the current rise in COVID-19 cases within the province. The event was scheduled to happen with no spectators »

International

Canadian navy in huge international exercise in Scotland

Canadian warships are now in northern waters near Scotland as they join a huge international naval exercise called “Joint Warrior”.  It is one of the largest military exercises in Europe by allied nations involving not only naval, but air and »

Economy, Health, International

World’s airline industry in dire financial situation

Latest indication: Air traffic control job cuts in Canada In 2019, the world’s airline industry took a bit of hit with the two crashes and grounding of  hundreds of Boeing Max 8 aircraft being flown  by airlines around the world »

Economy, Health, International

COVID carrying flights continue into Canada

Canada’s borders may in theory be closed to non-essential travel, but flights continue to arrive in Canada carrying passengers testing positive for SARS-CoV2. Reports from various news sources say several flights into Canada’s major international airports since the beginning of »

Society

Canadian international soccer star publicly comes out as transgender

Canadian international soccer player Quinn publicly came out as transgender in an Instagram post on Tuesday. “Coming out is HARD (and kinda bs). I know for me it’s something I’ll be doing over again for the rest of my life,” »

Economy

Operator of Canada’s biggest airport announces job reductions due to COVID-19

The operator of the Toronto Pearson International Airport, Canada’s largest airport, announced on Tuesday that it is reducing 27 per cent of its workforce due to a significant decrease in global air traffic because of COVID-19, according to a press »

Uncategorized

Toronto International Film Festival to go on as physical and digital event

The Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF), which is dedicated to showcasing the best of international and Canadian cinema, is going to have digital events, such as screenings, talks, and press conferences in addition to physical and drive in screenings, according »

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Parks Canada gradually resume camping at select national parks

Camping services at select national parks and historic sites will be allowed starting on June 22, according to a press release from Parks Canada. Visitors with reservations will have access to some trails, green spaces and recreational boating, however roofed »

International

Canada changes travel restrictions for immediate family members

Canada is altering its travel restrictions to allow the immediate family members of Canadian citizens and permanent residents to enter the country if they do not have or show any symptoms of COVID-19, according to a news release from the Canadian »