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Accessing healthcare during a pandemic is not business as usual. Intensive care units and other critical healthcare infrastructure are dedicated to only the most crucial of cases, leaving many others scrambling for options.
The COVID-19 pandemic has not been an easy time for Canadian businesses as the first major wave of layoffs occurred this week.
In hopes of mitigating the negative economic effects, Canada's Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, announced the COVID-19 Economic Response Plan March 18, providing relief for both workers and businesses.
While health officials do their best to provide answers to the public about COVID-19, many questions still remain, and Maple is doing what it can to quell those concerns as it has announced the launch of free online screening and doctor's consultations for residents of Ontario, completely covered by OHIP.
It's unclear how tests for the federal government's new HR and pay solution will be carried out, but one thing Bob Conlin, SAP Canada's vice-president of public services, is certain about are the issues plaguing the current Phoenix pay system.
As our lives become more digitized, a national digital ID system becomes all the more important; a sentiment shared by most Canadians. But we can't rely on the government alone to get the job done, one expert says.