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Like other retailers, the software and computing giant had to temporarily close all of its stores in late March due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
A survey conducted by The Vanier Institute of the Family found 59 per cent of adults living with children had to change travel plans due to COVID-19 and 72 per cent reported it was "unlikely" they would take a vacation in 2020.
Economists polled by Reuters had forecast the jobless rate jumping to 19.8% in May from 14.7% in April.
Tourism around the world has been hit hard by COVID-19 and Alberta is no exception. However, certain segments of the industry, like outfitters, who which rely on international visitors, are struggling even more.
Banff, as a town, was created to serve tourists visiting the national park. So, what happens when a global pandemic restricts the 50 per cent of its visitors coming from outside Canada?
The governor said he would also allow in-person religious services of up to 50 people starting Friday.
Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak has set a tentative June 4 date for reopening casinos.
Heathrow Airport has proposed Britain should set up “travel bubbles” with low-risk countries exempt from the requirement.
More retailers have announced layoffs and store closures at their Canadian operations as they continue to grapple with the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.
J&J faces more than 19,000 lawsuits from consumers and their survivors claiming its talcum powder-based products caused cancer due to contamination with asbestos.
The trade association for the world's major airlines is proposing a range of measures aimed at relaunching the global air travel industry that run counter to the established policies of Canadian airlines and the federal government.
Lufthansa, its German flag carrier, will restore services from Frankfurt.
The airline group said having temperature checks performed by the TSA "will ensure that procedures are standardized."