During his daily COVID-19 pandemic briefing, Ontario premier Doug Ford announced Thursday that the province is providing emergency funding of up to $12 million to immediately expand online and
Attorney General Doug Downey announced Thursday emergency action aimed to support victims of crime and protect front-line staff who continue to uphold the administration of justice in response to C
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his ministers are expected today to amplify their message that Canadians have a duty to stay home, even as the massive cost of compensating them for doing so
TORONTO -- Ontario's elementary teachers have agreed to salary increases of one per cent a year for three years but will get higher benefit increases than the government originally sought.
Canadians will get more details today of the massive emergency wage subsidy program launched by the federal government -- including the price tag.
Businesses and employees across Canada reeling from the COVID-19 crisis are expected to hear more about Ottawa's proposed wage subsidy program today.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced Friday (March 27) a 75 per cent wage subsidy for small- and medium-sized businesses that have been forced to close due to COVID-19.
The Conservative party is suspending its leadership race in the face of the ongoing crisis caused by COVID-19.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will confer today with leaders of the world's biggest economies about the global impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.
In an effort to support businesses dealing with the fallout of the COVID-19 crisis and the uncertainty it brings, Ontario has launched a toll-free line for any with questions.