Even before the COVID-19 emergency, too many Canadians were victims of sexual violence, domestic violence, online child exploitation and human trafficking. In recent months the pandemic has created additional and unprecedented challenges for survivors of sexual and domestic violence and the organizations that serve them.
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More Businesses and Services Across the Province Can Safely Reopen on Friday.
he Government of Canada is committed to improving the lives of hard working middle class families. That is why four years ago we launched the Canada Child Benefit (CCB), which was put more money in the pockets of 9 out of 10 Canadian families and ensured that children have the best start in life.
Recognizing the impact this ongoing service disruption has on applicants in Canada, IRCC has put in place until further notice a public policy to exempt temporary residence applicants applying from within Canada from having to give their biometrics.
Extensions Protect Health and Safety as Economy Gradually Reopens.
Visitors and study or work permit holders in Canada normally have 90 days after their temporary immigration status expires to apply to Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) to restore it.
The Minister has announced additional measures to support international students beginning a new program online this fall with a Canadian learning institution, if their institution is offering the program online, so that they can pursue their education while ensuring everyone’s safety.
Province partners with North York General Hospital to give vulnerable patients direct access from hospital to long-term care.
Public Gatherings Will Increase in Size as the Province Continues its Path to Economic Recovery.
Province Maintains Flexibility to Protect Public Health as Economy Gradually Reopens.