The sheer number of refugees Canada is expected to process has resulted in 500 temporary visa officers being deployed to two visa offices in Lebanon and Jordan. Both of the offices are solely for processing refugees destined for Canada. Once a refugee has responded to a text message regarding a potential application, they go to these offices, and then through extensive security and medical testing.
Starting Tuesday, chains like Metro and Loblaws will be legally allowed to sell six-packs of brew. This comes a month after a list of stores which would be allowed to sell beer on their shelves was released.
Ontario functions as a major hub of sex trafficking, according to a report released Thursday.
On Wednesday, numbers released by the government showed only 6.3 per cent of refugees contacted in Jordan and Lebanon had actually shown interest in being resettled in Canada.
Whether you think the warm weather passed by way too quick, or are all too happy to leave the days of incessant sweating behind, here’s a look at how summer treated us.
TD Bank predicts the Canadian dollar won’t regain strength for some time and instead forecasts a further decline. Following the drop in oil prices and last week’s interest rate cut, the dollar has reached a six-year low. In its updated Economic Forecast released on Monday, TD is predicting yet another cut to the Canadian interest late sometime in March before holding […]
The TTC released its 2015 Customer Charter on Friday, promising a five per cent decrease in delays over 2015.