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Canada's most populous province pleads with citizens to get tested for coronavirus

24 May 2020

OTTAWA, May 24 The premier of Ontario, Canada's most populous province, on Sunday pleaded with citizens who are worried they may have contracted the coronavirus to get tested, as officials try to prevent a surge in cases.

China does not seem to understand independence of Canada's judiciary - Trudeau

22 May 2020

OTTAWA China does not appear to understand that Canada's judiciary is independent, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said on Thursday, taking a rare public swipe at Beijing at a time when bilateral ties are poor.

China doesn't seem to understand independence of Canada's judiciary - Trudeau

21 May 2020

OTTAWA, May 21 China does not appear to understand that Canada's judiciary is independent, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said on Thursday, taking a rare public swipe at Beijing at a time when bilateral ties are poor.

Bank of Canada says downward pressure on inflation likely once shutdown ends

20 May 2020

OTTAWA The Bank of Canada thinks there is likely to be downward pressure on inflation once coronavirus-related shutdowns are lifted, a senior official said on Wednesday, a sign the Bank is in no rush to raise near-record low interest rates.

U.S. extends travel restrictions at Canada, Mexico land borders

20 May 2020

WASHINGTON/OTTAWA The United States, Mexico and Canada said on Tuesday they would extend a ban on non-essential cross-border travel by another 30 days to help fight the coronavirus.

Canada firms unenthusiastic about complex government wage subsidy program: minister

17 May 2020

OTTAWA Canadian firms are showing less interest than expected in a government wage subsidy program to help them survive the coronavirus crisis because the application process is complex, a government minister said.

Canada to extend wage subsidies, Trudeau denies he is soft on fraudulent claims

16 May 2020

OTTAWA Canada will extend a costly emergency wage subsidy program until the end of August to help firms retain employees during the coronavirus outbreak, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said on Friday.

Canada's Trudeau: world has changed even if pandemic ends, vaccine found

15 May 2020

OTTAWA/TORONTO Canadians should accept the world will change even if a vaccine is found and the coronavirus pandemic ends, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said on Thursday, urging people to adjust to a new normal that will require modified behavior.

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