India Reports More Than 200,000 New Covid-19 Cases
IMF Warns China Tech Decoupling Would Slash Global GDP
Unused Vaccines Are Piling Up Across U.S.
There's a need for COVID therapies with variants, case counts on the rise: Appili Therapeutics
Investors should look to retail ETFs as job landscape continues to improve: Market strategist
IMF Says South Korea Going Through 'Unbalanced Recovery'
Ahead of the federal government tabling its first budget bill in more than two years, BNN Bloomberg asked five Canadian economists what should be included and what should be left behind.
Trudeau sending help to Ontario as Pfizer vaccine supply bolstered by 8 million doses
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says more doses of COVID-19 vaccines are coming soon from Pfizer-BioNTech, and the federal government will deploy the Canadian Red Cross to help Ontario with their mobile vaccination teams.
Ontario could announce new COVID-19 restrictions Friday
Ontario could announce new public health restrictions today to curb surging cases of COVID-19 which are straining hospital capacity.
Communities across the U.S. are suddenly revamping their vaccination campaigns to adjust to an indefinite halt in Johnson & Johnson’s doses, which has required officials to reschedule tens of thousands of appointments as they seek to reassure people that COVID-19 vaccines are safe.
Small businesses speak out on what they need from the federal budget
As the country stares down a third wave of lockdowns, there’s been a growing call from stakeholders for the government to invoke further measures during the upcoming federal budget that will not leave businesses deeper in debt on the other side of the pandemic.
Google commits millions for vaccine shots and online PSAs
Google announced a series of pledges on Thursday to fund and promote coronavirus vaccines across the globe, including US$250 million in advertising grants for pro-vaccination groups.
Employers risk creating an unhealthy working culture in the post-pandemic world by embracing remote work without true flexibility, a survey led by King’s College London found.
ATS Automation Tooling Systems buying U.S. company BioDot for $106 million
California-based BioDot was founded in 1994 and makes non-contact and quantitative fluid dispensing systems.
Canada eases immigration requirements for foreign health workers
Justin Trudeau’s government announced it will start expediting permanent residency next month for foreign workers on the front lines of the pandemic, as part of efforts to keep more of them in the country.
The federal government's blockbuster financial aid plan for Air Canada amid the COVID-19 pandemic shares similarities - and stark differences - with its contribution to the bailout of two Detroit automakers during the global financial crisis more than a decade ago.