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Millennial Money: A Q&A to build your financial resilience

Millennial Money: A Q&A to build your financial resilience

A few months ago you may not have thought much about strategies for managing credit balances or how much of an emergency fund you really need. But with finances strained by the coronavirus pandemic, making smart money decisions is crucial.
Q and A: Experts discuss some key COVID-19 concerns

Q and A: Experts discuss some key COVID-19 concerns

With COVID-19 now impacting the lives of Canadians on so many levels, people across the country are seeking answers to numerous important questions they have about the novel coronavirus.
Science summary: A look at novel coronavirus research around the globe

Science summary: A look at novel coronavirus research around the globe

Thousands of scientists around the world are working on problems raised by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Health Canada approves Spartan Bioscience's portable COVID-19 test

Health Canada approves Spartan Bioscience's portable COVID-19 test

OTTAWA — Rapid COVID-19 testing devices are on the way to remote and Indigenous communities where access and timely results have been hindered by distance and limited resources, officials said Monday after a new test kit was approved over the weekend
Canadians rush to prepare their wills amid ongoing COVID-19 uncertainty

Canadians rush to prepare their wills amid ongoing COVID-19 uncertainty

TORONTO — Nadine Parker couldn't have guessed that she'd be writing her will at the age of 32. But four months pregnant with identical twins and married to a nurse, Parker said the growing COVID-19 pandemic has them both confronting their mortality.
Fleming, Netrebko, Kaufmann headline Met Opera on-line gala

Fleming, Netrebko, Kaufmann headline Met Opera on-line gala

NEW YORK — Renée Fleming, Anna Netrebko, Jonas Kaufmann, Roberto Alagna and Bryn Terfel are among 38 opera stars in 13 nations scheduled for the Metropolitan Opera’s At-Home gala, which will be streamed live on April 25 starting at 1 p.m. EDT.
US clears first saliva test to help diagnose new virus

US clears first saliva test to help diagnose new virus

WASHINGTON — Rutgers University researchers have received U.S. government clearance for the first saliva test to help diagnose COVID-19, a new approach that could help expand testing options and reduce risks of infection for health care workers.
Could old vaccines for other germs protect against COVID-19?

Could old vaccines for other germs protect against COVID-19?

WASHINGTON — Scientists are dusting off some decades-old vaccines against other germs to see if they could provide a little stopgap protection against COVID-19 until a more precise shot arrives.
Could old vaccines for other germs protect against COVID-19?

Could old vaccines for other germs protect against COVID-19?

WASHINGTON — Scientists are dusting off some decades-old vaccines against other germs to see if they could provide a little stopgap protection against COVID-19 until a more precise shot arrives.

Jeans company True Religion files for Chapter 11 - again

NEW YORK — Jeans retailer True Religion Apparel Inc. filed for bankruptcy protection under Chapter 11 on Monday, the second time in three years, as extended closures of its stores in the pandemic have hurt its business.