Despite the fact many businesses have reopened now that the majority of the country has entered Stage 3, online job postings still aren’t where they were a year ago.
OTTAWA -- Statistics Canada says retail sales rose 0.6 per cent in July to $52.9 billion, helped by higher sales at motor vehicle and parts dealers and gasoline stations.
As a result of the pandemic, many Canadians have transitioned to working from home, and many don't expect this will change in the near future.
OTTAWA -- The Chamber of Marine Commerce says that demand for wheat, canola and soybeans is pushing grain shipments up by 20 per cent in some of Ontario ports. 
As more businesses continue to reopen, many leaders are concerned about how they will be able to facilitate physical distancing in the workplace.
OTTAWA -- As Canadians continue to work and study from home this fall in anticipation of a second wave of COVID-19, furniture stores are running low on desks and chairs and other supplies for home o
TORONTO -- The Federal Court of Appeal has dismissed appeals by Canada's largest telephone and cable companies, handing an interim victory to the country's independent internet providers.
While the pandemic has been hard on everyone, it has been especially hard on small business owners, many of whom have had to close up shop at the behest of the Province.
Now that most provinces have entered Stage 3, many more businesses have been permitted to reopen. However, not all have.
Ontario's cannabis store regulator says it will double the number of shops it authorizes this fall.