Many foodservice employees are still out of work, as a significant number of restaurants are operating at a deficit and unable to bring on additional staff.
OTTAWA -- Statistics Canada says the economy added nearly one million jobs in June as businesses forced closed by the pandemic began to reopen.
TORONTO -- A Toronto concert organizer says confusing guidelines for Ontario drive-ins have left him little choice but to postpone a major weekend event meant to unite friends and fam
Mississauga is quickly becoming a huge part of Hollywood North. 
TORONTO -- A list of some of the companies that have filed for court protection from creditors under the Companies' Creditors Arrangement Act since the beginning of the pandemic::
Despite the fact restaurants have been permitted to resume offering dine-in services--albeit in a reduced capacity--many restaurateurs believe it will take at least a year for their establishments to
At a time when protests against anti-Black racism and discrimination are breaking out around the world, a Mississauga-based DJ is looking to create more employment opportunities for Black youths in
Cineplex Inc. has filed a lawsuit against its former suitor Cineworld Group PLC, seeking damages in excess of $2.18 billion in the wake of the U.K.
All five of Canada's biggest banks are joining an international boycott of Facebook over concerns that the platform is complicit in promoting racism, violence and misinformation.
Microsoft on Friday (June 26) announced that they would be closing all their retail locations and pivot towards digital storefronts and remote customer support.