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Ryan Flanagan
March 26, 2020
Coronavirus
CTVNews.ca has compiled a cross-country guide to exactly what each province and territory is directly offering those whose jobs have been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
March 26, 2020
Geekologie
This is a video from a Tim Horton's in London, Ontario of some idiot spray sanitizing the top of his coffee cup (but mostly the interior of the restaurant), then removing the lid, tossing it through the drive-thru window,...
Meagan Simpson
March 26, 2020
BetaKit
CEOs of leading tech enterprises, innovation hubs from Ontario have issued an open letter to Ontario Premier Doug Ford, calling for targetted measures amid COVID-19.
Colin D'Mello
March 26, 2020
Toronto
Ontario Premier Doug Ford said he is disgusted after a high-end Toronto grocery store began selling single containers of Lysol disinfectant wipes for $30 and is now in the process of making price gouging illegal.
Vanmala Subramaniam
March 25, 2020
Financial Post
Even though governments are telling Canadians to hunker down and stay home, some employers are urging workers to work even harder
March 24, 2020
CTVNews
Bombardier Inc. says it is suspending all non-essential work at most of its Canadian-based operations starting tonight.
The Canadian Press
March 24, 2020
Financial Post
As of 11:59 p.m. ET tonight, only businesses deemed essential workplaces will be allowed to remain open in Ontario during the COVID-19 crisis
The Canadian Press
March 19, 2020
Toronto
The Ontario government is expected to pass emergency legislation today aimed at protecting workers forced to stay home due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
March 18, 2020
WebWire
What do you do when you find a damaged nest of duck eggs? Why, you take some home to try to hatch them of course! When Nelly found a damaged mallard duck nest in 1978, she never expected it would lead to years of friendship with a pair of ducks. Meet stubborn, quirky and loving duck Bubbly and Bubbles, possibly his mother, in this charming and hilarious tale of friendship and discovery., , , , Immerse yourself in the light-hearted and child-friendly literature of Nelly Julchen Rempel by suppo...
Isabelle Kirkwood
March 16, 2020
BetaKit
Virtual care platform Maple will provide online COVID-19 (coronavirus) screenings with a live physician to all Ontario residents, starting Tuesday.
Geoff Zochodne
March 8, 2020
Financial Post
The ATB Branch at 15 Sage Hill Plaza NW has been temporally closed after an ATB employee became Alberta's first presumed case of Coronavirus. Friday, March 6, 2020.Brendan Miller/Postmedia
The Canadian Press
March 5, 2020
Atlantic
When it comes to maple syrup production in Canada, Quebec dominates, but a claim by Ontario of being second has left a sour taste in the mouth of some producers in New Brunswick.
March 2, 2020
YouTube
Ontario reported three new cases of the novel coronavirus Monday, bringing the total in the province to 18. The province's Chief Medical Officer of Health, D...
February 29, 2020
WebWire
What do you do when you find a damaged nest of duck eggs? Why, you take some home to try to hatch them of course! When Nelly found a damaged mallard duck nest in 1978, she never expected it would lead to years of friendship with a pair of ducks. Meet stubborn, quirky and loving duck Bubbly and Bubbles, possibly his mother, in this charming and hilarious tale of friendship and discovery., , , , Immerse yourself in the light-hearted and child-friendly literature of Nelly Julchen Rempel by suppo...
Amira Zubairi
February 27, 2020
BetaKit
As Canada prepares for an autonomous future, Toronto will need to scale its deployment of autonomous vehicles, according to the Toronto Region Board of Trade.
Barbara Shecter
February 26, 2020
Financial Post
The Ontario Chamber of Commerce is giving the province a failing grade when it comes to small business competitiveness.Peter J. Thompson/National Post files
Team Treehugger
February 25, 2020
TreeHugger
Our photo of the day comes from beautiful California.
Barbara Shecter
February 20, 2020
Financial Post
The OSC was initially on board with an outright ban on deferred sales charges on mutual funds across Canada, but did not join the other regulators, which finalized their plans on Thursday, after a rare public disagreement with the Ontario government.Laura Pedersen/National Post files
Jon Rumley
February 14, 2020
HuffPost Canada
An extra day off could cost Canadian businesses $3.6 billion dollars.
James McLeod
February 11, 2020
Financial Post
Jim Balsillie says these kinds of basic reforms are long overdue. "It's got to be a front-of-mind issue, absolutely, just like the rest of the world did 25 years ago."Tyler Anderson/National Post
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