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A spokesperson said the national police force collects disaggregated race-based data required under federal law.
Liberals had promised up to $400 in income tax deductions.
The cities that once were the engines of Canadian job growth are underperforming badly in the age of COVID-19.
More than half of faculty appointments in Canada are contract appointments.
Two departments are responsible for administering cheques.
One business told its employees they'll only get 75 per cent of their usual wage.
Walmart Canada and Loblaws are looking to hire due to a spike in shoppers.
The Progressive Conservatives are handing over some employment services to a private company, a non-profit and a college.
A new Statistics Canada survey finds factory shutdowns have had a major impact on men's job prospects.
And if Canada's job market does tank, it will be partly you-know-who's fault.