Canadians working in the fishing industry are feeling the economic impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic. That is why the Government of Canada is taking action to support those workers, who help provide families and communities across the country with high-quality fish and seafood.
Twenty years ago, with the Y2K computer glitch reduced to the punchline of the year, technology in another corner took a mammoth leap as a small, unassuming sedan very quietly rolled into Canadians Toyota dealerships.
Well-known Surrey community leaders are joining with 83%1 of Surrey residents to send a strong a message to Surrey’s MLAs and Councillors that now is not the time to continue with a police transition that will see higher taxes for less police.
By combining their strengths, communities and knowledge, Canada51 will collectively support, amplify and fund women’s businesses across Canada, embracing this unique socioeconomic opportunity and bringing about a positive economic wave on a national scale.
Official Opposition Leader Andrew Wilkinson is calling on the provincial government to help with funding to provide access to Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and safety upgrades necessary for small businesses to reopen and protect their workers and customers.
Yorkville Sound, a leading manufacturer and distributor of pro audio systems and musical instruments, is now dedicating their engineering and manufacturing expertise to help fight the COVID-19 pandemic.
Realizing there would be urgent needs at Richmond Hospital due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Buddhist Compassion Relief Tzu Chi Foundation Canada reached out to Richmond Hospital Foundation offering support where it was needed most.