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Approximately 800,000 food service jobs have been lost across Canada in the past month and about one in 10 restaurants in the country have permanently closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, a new survey suggests. Restaurants Canada, a not-for-profit association...
To help protect you and our health team during this pandemic, our clinic has implemented the following steps: All non-essential therapy and treatment has been suspended in accordance with Public Health Directive. This means Massage Therapy and maintenance care...
Doing combating a pandemic as genuine as COVID-19 requires extraordinary reactions, and political pioneers and general wellbeing authorities have gone to probably the most extreme systems accessible. What started with a lockdown of one city in China immediately extended...
The coronavirus, or COVID-19, has tossed another degree of vulnerability into the 2020 standpoint for the transportation business. Then, spot rates are relied upon to increase as agreement rates fall this year, a coordinations official said. Spot rates allude...
The trucking industry could be vital to keeping the economy running during the COVID-19 pandemic. Truckers are endeavouring to keep products streaming while in a desperate circumstance as provisions keep on coming up. Drivers are placing in extra time so...
With an estimated 190,000 confirmed cases of COVID-19 around the world, the coronavirus outbreak has impacted nearly every industry globally in recent weeks. Now, with the declaration of COVID-19 as a pandemic by the World Health Organization on March 11, there’s an increased...
In addition to spotting the signs of the disease, you should also know what to do to prevent it. For example, to prevent catching (or spreading) respiratory illnesses like influenza or corona viruses, health officials recommend people take the following...
Acute shortage of 20,500 drivers; Immediate action required to address adverse impacts on Canada’s economy  TORONTO (March 11, 2020) – Trucking HR Canada (THRC) released its newest Labour Market Information (LMI) report today titled The Road Ahead: Addressing Canada’s Trucking and Logistics Industry Labour...
The newly minted Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) Commercial Insurance Task Force held its first meeting in Edmonton yesterday, with CTA and Alberta Motor Transport Association (AMTA) members providing a voice for the commercial trucking industry. The task force’s mandate and...
(Dec. 11, 2019) -- After a prolonged period of uncertainty, tariffs, and sometimes contentious negotiations, the signing of the recently amended North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) provides a mutually beneficial deal, strengthens the Canadian economy and promotes economic...



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