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In Canada's COVID-19 capital, bone-weary nurses plead for summer break

29 May 2020

MONTREAL Quebec nurses and orderlies are pleading for time off this summer, ahead of a possible second wave of coronavirus infections in the fall, as Canada's hardest-hit province from the virus wrestles with a staffing crunch in its health sector.

In Canada's COVID-19 capital, bone-weary nurses plead for summer break

29 May 2020

MONTREAL, May 29 Quebec nurses and orderlies are pleading for time off this summer, ahead of a possible second wave of coronavirus infections in the fall, as Canada's hardest-hit province from the virus wrestles with a staffing crunch in its health sector.

Canada vows changes in senior care after military shines spotlight on shortfalls

28 May 2020

MONTREAL/OTTAWA Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Wednesday vowed to help provincial authorities revamp the country's senior care system after soldiers helping in nursing homes in Ontario and Quebec reported serious shortfalls this week.

Canada vows changes in senior care after military shines spotlight on shortfalls

28 May 2020

MONTREAL/OTTAWA, May 27 Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Wednesday vowed to help provincial authorities revamp the country's senior care system after soldiers helping in nursing homes in Ontario and Quebec reported serious shortfalls this week.

Contact tracing, temperature checks and masks: airline industry outlines new norms

13 May 2020

MONTREAL/SYDNEY Airlines and airports are recommending a layered approach to temporary safety measures as air travel restarts, warning that no single measure can mitigate all of the risks during the pandemic, according to a briefing document seen by Reuters.

UPDATE 4-Bombardier to continue Global 7500 jet ramp-up, as cash flow slips

07 May 2020

May 7 Bombardier Inc on Thursday said it will ramp up production of its flagship Global 7500 corporate jets, but its shares slipped 12% in afternoon trading as the company forecast a large negative cash flow due to pandemic-related delivery delays.

Canadian province of Quebec begins gradual reopening, except for city of Montreal

05 May 2020

MONTREAL The province of Quebec, worst hit in Canada by the coronavirus, began gradually reopening its economy on Monday but pushed back plans for a restart in the city of Montreal, citing health concerns.

Canadian province of Quebec starts gradually reopening, Trudeau maintains caution

04 May 2020

MONTREAL, May 4 The major Canadian province of Quebec, among the worst hit by the coronavirus, started gradually restarting its economy on Monday while Prime Minister Justin Trudeau maintained his cautious stance.

Exclusive: Air Canada's Transat buyout fuels investor coronavirus jitters - sources

02 May 2020

Air Canada's C$720 million ($517 million) purchase of tour operator Transat AT is fuelling jitters among some investors who would like to see the deal renegotiated with the aviation industry in turmoil due to COVID-19, two sources familiar with the matter told Reuters.

EXCLUSIVE-Air Canada's Transat buyout fuels investor coronavirus jitters -sources

01 May 2020

May 1 Air Canada's C$720 million ($517 million) purchase of tour operator Transat AT is fuelling jitters among some investors who would like to see the deal renegotiated with the aviation industry in turmoil due to COVID-19, two sources familiar with the matter told Reuters.

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