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Feds seeking lower credit-card interest rates over COVID-19

Feds seeking lower credit-card interest rates over COVID-19

The Bank of Canada slashed its trend-setting interest rate to try to cushion the blow to business from a slowing economy
Astronauts on coping with COVID-19: plenty of routine, keep sight of big picture

Astronauts on coping with COVID-19: plenty of routine, keep sight of big picture

In David Saint-Jacques' line of work, physical distancing comes with the job
COVID-19 presents new challenges for families of Iran plane crash victims

COVID-19 presents new challenges for families of Iran plane crash victims

COVID-19 has forced the cancellation of several meetings between the families of those killed and Canadian officials
Airlines owe passengers vouchers—but not refunds—for cancelled flights: watchdog

Airlines owe passengers vouchers—but not refunds—for cancelled flights: watchdog

The Canadian Transportation Agency says current rules only oblige the airline to ensure passengers can complete their trip.
Campobello Island residents say trek through Maine raises COVID-19 concerns

Campobello Island residents say trek through Maine raises COVID-19 concerns

Residents of the island don't want to go into the U.S. during the health crisis
Trudeau, G20 leaders to confer on international response to COVID-19 pandemic

Trudeau, G20 leaders to confer on international response to COVID-19 pandemic

Leaders of the G20 are expected to talk about co-ordination of international efforts to contain the virus
Agriculture sector scrambling to offset consequences of COVID-19 crisis

Agriculture sector scrambling to offset consequences of COVID-19 crisis

People worried about food staples have emptied some grocery store shelves
Nestle Canada giving temporary raises to factory and distribution centre workers

Nestle Canada giving temporary raises to factory and distribution centre workers

The food producer says the workers will receive a temporary increase of $3 per hour
What you need to know about the Quarantine Act as isolation becomes mandatory for returning travellers

What you need to know about the Quarantine Act as isolation becomes mandatory for returning travellers

Canada is making unprecedented use of the federal Quarantine Act in a bid to curb the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic
Shippers face an upended market amid pandemic — with some poised to benefit

Shippers face an upended market amid pandemic — with some poised to benefit

Amazon Inc. said Tuesday it is hiring more than 1,000 workers in Ontario, British Columbia and Alberta
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