Netflix Inc. has raised its monthly subscription price in the U.S. and Canada by $1 to $2 US per month depending on the plan, the company said Friday, to help pay for new programming to compete in the crowded streaming market.
As Canada waits for its latest inflation figures, so far there are few signs that Canadians are turning to labour unions to fight for better wages and working conditions. Experts aren't sure why, but indications are workers are taking individual — rather than collective — action as Canada faces the "great attrition."
Some Canadian travellers required to spend days in isolation waiting for COVID-19 test results after arriving in the country from abroad want to know why Ottawa allows people coming in from the U.S. to skip quarantine.
Canada's largest airlines and its busiest airport asked the federal government Monday to drop its rule requiring vaccinated travellers to test on arrival for COVID-19.