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Canada to suspend flights from India, Pakistan for 30 days amid surge of COVID-19 cases

Canada to suspend flights from India, Pakistan for 30 days amid surge of COVID-19 cases

Mia Rabson, The Canadian PressOTTAWA - The federal government is suspending incoming passenger flights from India and Pakistan for the next month as cases of COVID-19 surge in both countries.“Effective 11:30 p.m. Eastern time tonight, I am suspending all commercial and private passenger flights arriving in Canada from India and Pakistan for 30 days,” Transport Minister Omar Alghabra said Thursday.“Cargo flights will be allowed to ensure the continued supply of vaccines, PPE and other essential goods. This is a temporary measure while we assess the evolving situation and determine...

Apr 22
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In split decision, Supreme Court says the federal carbon price is constitutional

In split decision, Supreme Court says the federal carbon price is constitutional

AdvertisementOTTAWA --The Supreme Court of Canada says the federal carbon price is entirely constitutional.The split decision upholds a pivotal part of the Liberal climate-change plan, accounting for at least one-third of the emissions Canada aims to cut over the next decade.Chief Justice Richard Wagner says in the written ruling that climate change is a real danger and evidence shows a price on pollution is a critical element in addressing it."It is a threat of the highest order to the country, and indeed to the world," Wagner wrote for six of the nine judges.Given that, said Wagner,...

Mar 25
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Canada’s vaccine deliveries set to more than quadruple next week with largest Pfizer shipment yet

Canada’s vaccine deliveries set to more than quadruple next week with largest Pfizer shipment yet

Getting audio file ... Audio for this article is not available at this time. This translation has been automatically generated and has not been verified for accuracy. A month-long slowdown in Canada’s COVID-19 vaccine deliveries should end next week, with the single biggest shipment of vaccines from Pfizer and BioNTech to date and almost two million doses expected in the next month. “We’re approaching something we’re calling the big lift,” Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Thursday in a virtual roundtable with nurses and doctors from around Canada. Trudeau acknowledged the struggle with...

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Canada signs deal with Novavax to make its COVID-19 vaccine at new Montreal facility

Canada signs deal with Novavax to make its COVID-19 vaccine at new Montreal facility

OTTAWA --Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is expected to announce today a deal with Novavax to produce doses of its new COVID-19 vaccine at a new National Research Council biomanufacturing facility in Montreal.More details are expected on making some COVID-19 therapeutic drugs at other facilities in Canada.The deal could help Trudeau tamp down the political headache caused by Canada's skeletal vaccine production capacity.But Novavax's vaccine is likely at least two months away from being approved in Canada, while the NRC facility is still under construction and designed to produce only about...

Feb 2
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Canada's vaccine deliveries further threatened as Europe mulls export controls

Canada's vaccine deliveries further threatened as Europe mulls export controls

OTTAWA --Canada's anxiety-laden COVID-19 vaccine programs are facing further threats as Europe warns drug makers it might impose export controls on European-made vaccine doses.All of Canada's current vaccine doses from Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna are made in Europe, potentially putting at risk the entirety of Canada's vaccine deliveries.Europe -- like Canada -- is being shorted on deliveries from Pfizer as the company slows production to expand its plant in Belgium.But AstraZeneca has also now informed Europe productions issues will reduce initial deliveries of its vaccine, which Europe is...

Jan 26
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Canada vows 'dollar-for-dollar' retaliation after Trump reimposes tariff on aluminum

Canada vows 'dollar-for-dollar' retaliation after Trump reimposes tariff on aluminum

Sign Inperson_outlinesearchedit_locationperson_outlinecloseedit_location This copy is for your personal non-commercial use only. To orderpresentation-ready copies of Toronto Star content for distributionto colleagues, clients or customers, or inquire aboutpermissions/licensing, please go to: OTTAWA - The Trudeau government is promising to impose retaliatory tariffs on American products after U.S. President Donald Trump announced Thursday he is restoring an import tax on raw aluminum from Canada later this month.“In response to the American tariffs, Canada intends to swiftly impose...

August 6, 2020
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