Coronavirus: Canada extends ban on most foreign travellers

The federal government is extending its travel ban on all international travellers who are not Canadian citizens, permanent residents or U.S. residents classified as

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Canada needs a plan to prevent hostile post-coronavirus foreign takeovers, experts warn – National

National security experts are warning that Canadian businesses struggling with the economic impact of the coronavirus pandemic — and what comes after — could be

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UBCM delegates say no to foreign government-sponsored events ahead of China reception

Hours after delegates at the Union of B.C. Municipalities convention voted against allowing foreign governments to sponsor future events, several B.C. politicians showed up

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Coronavirus: Travel ban on foreign nationals, except from United States, to last until June 30 – National

The government’s ban on air travel into Canada by foreign nationals amid the COVID-19 pandemic will last until at least the end of June.

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Coronavirus: Uncertainty over temporary foreign workers worries Atlantic farmers

The impacts of the global novel coronavirus pandemic are wide-spread and have now brought uncertainty and worry over the nation’s food supply. Those who

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Trump’s $4.8 trillion budget would slash spending on social safety nets and foreign aid – National

President Donald Trump‘s $4.8 trillion budget proposal for fiscal year 2021 is likely to get a chilly reception from lawmakers on Monday over its proposals to slash

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Foreign share of oilsands production fell over past 4 years, analysis shows

When it comes to talking about how the northern Alberta oilsands have lost their lustre for foreign investors, Satoshi Abe sounds a lot like

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Job mobility for temporary foreign workers would punish ‘good employers,’ hotel group says

Giving some temporary foreign workers the freedom to quit their jobs but remain in the Canadian workforce would unfairly punish “good employers,” says an

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Afghan president shuns foreign interference as U.S.-Taliban peace deal looms – National

Afghanistan’s president on Sunday rejected foreign interference as the United States and the Taliban appear to be closing in on a peace deal without

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Canada likely to experience foreign meddling in October election, Chrystia Freeland says – National

DINARD, France — Canada’s foreign minister said on Friday it was likely that foreign actors would meddle in her country’s October elections, and her

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