“Arbitrary” Decision to Close Down BC Mink Farms Denounced by Farmers and Breeders

    Mink farmers and breeders in British Columbia are condemning the provincial government's decision to shut down their operations by April 2023, including the mandate that all pelts harvested should have already been sold by 2025.

    Window-Breaking Suspect Nabbed for Spate of Mischiefs in Downtown Vancouver Area

    According to a recent press release by the Vancouver Police Department (VPD), a suspect who might be responsible for the series of window-breaking incidents in the West End area has already been arrested. The said incidents of vandalism mainly targeted downtown business establishments.

    800 Air Canada Employees Suspended for Not Getting COVID-19 Vaccine Shots

    Air Canada recently announced that it is placing 800 of its employees on unpaid leave because they failed to comply with its vaccine mandate, which required all of the company’s employees and staff to be fully vaccinated against the virus by October 30.

    Airbnb Sets New Guidelines in Place to Prevent New Year’s Eve Parties

    To dissuade potential partygoers from hosting New Year's Eve parties as the whole world welcomes 2022 in the next few weeks, vacation rental company Airbnb is putting up new guidelines for its patrons not just across Canada but also in other parts of the globe.

    WestJet Issues Suspension for Almost 300 Employees Who Still Haven’t Had Their COVID-19 Vaccine Jabs

    Today, the Canadian airline company, WestJet, announced that they have officially placed nearly 300 employees and staff on suspension for not being vaccinated against COVID-19.

    Portable COVID-19 Molecular Test Kits Launched by Air Canada

    Joining forces with the healthcare company Switch Health, Air Canada launched a portable COVID-19 test kit that international travellers can pack along with their belongings to be used upon their re-entry to the country.

    Ontario’s New Phase of Its COVID-19 Reopening Plan Officially Kicks Off

    As per the provincial government of Ontario's mandate, bars, restaurants, indoor concerts, sporting events, movie theatres, and other related industries will no longer have to observe the limited capacity mandate.

    Capacity Restrictions for Ontario Bars and Restaurants Already Lifted

    On October 25 at 12:01 AM, bars and restaurants across the province of Ontario no longer had to observe the limited capacity mandate in line with the province's exit from Step Three of its "Roadmap to Reopen."

    Alberta Announces that Full Vaccination Against COVID-19 Required to Avail of Restrictions Exemption Program

    Restrictions Exemption Program that went into effect on September 20, which allows businesses providing non-essential services and goods in the region to operate as usual without any restrictions, akin to pre-pandemic times. However, this comes with a key condition.

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