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Government Of Canada Introducing Stricter Rules For Foreign Nationals Transiting Through Canada To Alaska
The Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) is announcing that as of July 31, 2020 at 12:01 a.m. PT stricter rules and additional entry conditions will be imposed on travellers transiting through Canada to Alaska for a non-discretionary purpose. These measures are put in place to further reduce the risk of introduction of COVID-19 cases and to minimize the amount of time that in-transit travellers are in Canada.
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Essential Services Contingency Reserve Registration To Open August 3
The Government of Canada recently announced the launch of the Essential Services Contingency Reserve to ensure essential service organizations have emergency access to the personal protective equipment and critical supplies they need to keep themselves and others safe during COVID-19. Registration will open August 3.
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August 10, 2:00 p.m. ET | The Key To Employee Well-Being During And After The Pandemic, Hosted By Desjardins
COVID-19 has seriously shaken things up for Canadians, both in their professional and personal lives. With our new normal, which—for many of us—means teleworking and homeschooling, we’re seeing an uptick in health problems that organizations and insurers need to address and adapt to. In this webinar, we’ll be looking at how overall health culture, which includes physical, mental and financial health, is especially important during a crisis. And how going forward, this culture will be an integral part of group plans.
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Leading In Policy
We work closely with our members to listen to their recommendations, understand their needs, insights and challenges, and deliver that feedback to government so we can achieve practical solutions together that will carry us into recovery. You can view a snapshot of our progress on policy measures on CBRN.ca.
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Donating Critical Supplies Regarding COVID-19
Imperial Oil has donated critical supplies to support the community, such as 60 tons of isopropyl alcohol and 500 laptops, to support student remote learning.