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Canada’s grocery store employees struggle with anxiety as they continue to go to work in hotspot areas
Grocery store workers are struggling with heightened stress and anxiety as they remain on the front lines of a surge in COVID-19 infections in Canada’s hotspot areas, industry watchers say. Lire la suite >>
Community fridges pop up during COVID-19 pandemic
On a sunny afternoon, there’s a steady flow of people coming and going from behind a pharmacy in Regina’s north-central neighbourhood. Lire la suite >>
How this cookie maker is using technology to help satisfy Canada’s sweet tooth
When Jason Brass became president of Terra Cotta Foods Ltd. in 2012, the Georgetown, Ont. company was selling cookies to 2,000 Ontario schools, which used them for fundraisers. Two years… Lire la suite >>
23 COVID-19 cases among Manitoba meat plant staff, but no closure planned
Maple Leaf Foods says 23 employees at its meat processing plant in Brandon, Man. have tested positive for COVID-19. Lire la suite >>
Alberta beef plant returning to two shifts per day after COVID-19 outbreak
The JBS beef-processing plant in southern Alberta was planning to return to two shifts a day on Thursday for the first time in a month. Lire la suite >>
Could social distancing create a long-term shift for the grocery industry?
Canadians have been urged to stay at home to help curb the spread of the new coronavirus – and for many people that has meant staying away from grocery stores,… Lire la suite >>