Middle-aged workers who also care for elderly relatives sometimes find the demands to be too much and choose to retire instead. So the government has struck a panel of industry leaders and experts in caregiving to try to find ways that employers can make it easier for such workers to stay on the job.
Eugenie Bouchard and Milos Raonic are putting Canada in the spotlight. "Genie" as she's known, from Westmount, Quebec, and Milos, from Thornhill, Ontario, both held their own on the grass courts of Wimbledon yesterday.
And while all eyes may be on the World Cup these days, for tennis devotees there's ...
After a long cold winter, summer has officially begun and Canadians are dying to get back into the water, in some cases, quite literally. Officials in the province of Quebec are asking people to please respect warning signs near dangerous waterways after two people drowned last weekend, reports the Montreal Gazette.
Canadian Air Force hiring foreign pilots to fly front-line jets
Canada's Air Force is hiring foreign pilots to fly its front-line transport aircraft, maritime patrol planes and fighter jets, saying it can't recruit enough Canadians, Ottawa Citizen journalist Bruce Campion-Smith reported on Monday (June 23).
According to Campion-Smith the military has been recruiting pilots from foreign countries to work in Canada and train Canadian pilots and also to fly operational missions around the ...