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Most Canadians would sacrifice privacy to help stop COVID-19: KPMG

They would download a contact-tracing app, but want it to be optional

Trump presses for schools to reopen, takes dig at Fauci

President accused Fauci of playing "all sides of the equation; is he tiring of the nation's top infectious diseases expert?

PM wants answers from China, other countries on early days of COVID-19

Trudeau suggested Canada would press Beijing for answers at an opportune time.

Canadian engineers top 9 in global ventilator design competition

Team from Toyota and Fanshawe College beats out more than 1,000 entries from 94 countries.

Is your compensation taking a hit during the pandemic?

Find out. Fill out the strictly confidential 2020 EMC-PLANT executive salary survey to compare your manufacturing remuneration with industry averages.

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COVID-19 brings new challenges to food and beverage industry

Be aware of the obstacles ahead so you can continue to meet supply chain and consumer needs. » Read more

Dumping protection: SIMA amendments take on trade cheats

Manufacturers are empowered to deal with unfair foreign competitors more effectively. » Read more

FCA prepares to restart North American operations

Thorough daily cleaning schedules to be instituted to maintain enhanced levels of cleanliness and disinfection. » Read more

Electrifying Quebec's economy will require natural gas: MEI

Research paper contends there's not enough hydro capacity with power being used for heating. » Read more
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Science summary: A look at novel coronavirus research around the globe

Some recent research from peer-reviewed academic journals and scientific agencies » Read more

Here’s how the coronavirus is affecting Canada’s labour market

Understanding which workers are most affected by the pandemic shutdown will help guide policy and Canada’s economic recovery. » Read more