Politicians flout their own rules on self-islolation – social distancing
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Politicians flout their own rules on self-islolation – social distancing

Rules on self-islolation – social distancing – It’s a truism that politicians speak out of both sides of their mouths. The tone-deaf politician who upends their own message is a staple of stand-up comedy. Nowhere is this proving to be more true than in the rhetoric-reality divide on COVID-19 except that there is nothing funny…

Quebec’s public health director took vacation at start of COVID-19

Quebec’s public health director took vacation at start of COVID-19

The CAQ’s public health director, Dr. Horacio Arruda, is being called out by the Parti-Quebecois opposition party – for taking a holiday during the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic. Arruda had been invited to participate in a conference at the Officine Expo 2020 in Marrakech, Morocco – held on February 28th to the 29th. It…

COVID-19: Montreal parking regulations changed as part of safety measures act
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COVID-19: Montreal parking regulations changed as part of safety measures act

COVID-19: Montreal parking regulations – As part of the Covid-19 safety measures, the City of Montreal has changed some of its parking regulations. In order to facilitate travel and ensure the population’s safety, the changes made for are as follows: COVID-19: Montreal parking regulations – schedules on street signs coming into force Street signs were…

COVID-19: Almost 50% working, renting households have a month of savings or less, report finds
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COVID-19: Almost 50% working, renting households have a month of savings or less, report finds

Working, renting households have a month of savings – Close to half of working renters in Canada don’t have enough savings to pay their bills for more than a month if they lose their jobs, a new analysis by the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives (CCPA) shows. “As more Canadians lose their incomes to COVID-19…