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NDP leader Horwath: ” Four hours of care in nursing homes. Now”

The lack of staff in nursing homes is the sore point and the problem inevitably has an impact on poor care for the elderly. This is the complaint of Andrea Horwath who today, during a conference in Ottawa, reiterated the need for an urgent increase in staff so that every resident can receive a minimum of four hours of assistance every day. A goal, which Doug Ford has assured, can be achieved in 2025. (more…)

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Vaccin obligatoriu pentru cei care locuiesc în campus

Article by Mariella Policheni — Translation and Video: Cristiana Petrescu

TORONTO – Cind cursurile se vor relua in septembrie, studenții care intenționează să locuiască în reședințele a două dintre cele mai mari universități din Toronto vor trebui să demonstreze că au fost vaccinați împotriva virusului Covid-19. (more…)

Health & Medicine Podcasts & Videos Romanian

In Ontario a fost aprobata a doua doză de Pfizer sau Moderna, pentru cei care au primit AstraZeneca

Article by Corriere Canadese Staff — Video & Translation: Cristiana Petrescu

TORONTO – Începând de astăzi, cei din Ontario care au primit prima doză de vaccin AstraZeneca, împotriva virusului Covid-19, vor avea trei opțiuni în ceea ce privește a doua doză. (more…)

Bengali Business & Economy English

Freeland says Corona pandemic provides an opportunity for ‘national child care’

Chrystia Freeland Official Portrait/ Portrait officiel
Ottawa, ONTARIO, Canada on 20 November, 2019.
© HOC-CDC
Credit: Mélanie Provencher, House of Commons Photo Services

Toronto, April 9: Yesterday, Canada’s Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland said in a conversation with former Minister Ken Dryden that the current government’s corona recovery plan has provided an opportunity to fulfill a long-standing commitment to ‘child care’. (more…)

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Federal Budget 2021-2022: $3B for seniors and long-term care

This week, Ottawa unveiled the Federal Budget 2021: a total of $101 Billion in new spending. Its aim is to stimulate the economy and to ensure a robust and “green” recovery, post-pandemic. The main focus, however, is geared to supporting Canadians in the fight against Covid-19.

In an interview with the CNMNG, the Honourable Deb Schulte, MP for King-Vaughan and Minister for Seniors said Canadians will probably call this a People’s Budget.

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English Featured News Updates Politics

Premier Ford between budget, Covid-19 and health care in crisis

TORONTO – The 2021 Federal Budget came like a godsend for Doug Ford. And not so much for the individual measures contained in Minister Chrystia Freeland’s Budget Law – which in fact have a national character and which do not promise carte blanche at the expense of the Provinces against the pandemic – but for the possibility of alleviating the media pressure to which the premier has been subjected for almost a week now. (more…)

Bengali Business & Economy English Opinion

LeBlanc says Canadians should prioritize “child care” in their budget

Inter Government MInister Dominic LeBlanc with courtesy of Canadian House of Commons

Toronto, April 12: Dominic LeBlanc, Canada’s Minister of Intergovernmental Affairs, said safe early education and child care is an “economic imperative”. It also makes sense to consider the principle of universal basic income. He made the remarks in an interview with CBS Television’s Chief Political Correspondent Rosemary Burton on Sunday. (more…)

Covid-19 Updates English Politics

The alarm: there is a lack of staff in Long-Term Care homes

EnglishItalianPortugueseSpanishGermanDutchFilipinoPolishChinese (Simplified)ArabicBengaliGreekTurkishKoreanJapanesePersianRomanian TORONTO – Third wave of Covid-19 on the way and staff shortages in long-term care homes. The situation is not expected to be rosy in the coming months. (more…)

English Health & Medicine

Long Term Care, McGeer: “Proposals ignored because they are expensive”

EnglishItalianPortugueseSpanishGermanDutchFilipinoPolishChinese (Simplified)ArabicBengaliGreekTurkishKoreanJapanesePersianRomanian TORONTO – Hire thousands of personal support workers (PSW) and place infection control specialists in long-term care homes, – as has been done in Quebec – a system to allow hospitals to support the long-term care industry and to ensure seniors don’t have to share a room in three or four. These are some of the various proposals Ontario doctors have made to protect LTC residents but which the government has rejected “as too expensive.” (more…)


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