Big relief to borrowers: Banks, NBFCs can recast personal loans, extend moratorium

Big relief to borrowers: Banks, NBFCs can recast personal loans, extend moratorium

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The regulator has given maximum time till March 2020 to implement resolution framework for personal loans.By Ankur MishraThe Reserve Bank of India (RBI) on Thursday allowed banks and non-banking financial companies (NBFCs) to restructure personal loa

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Cargill invests $15 million to set up plant in Pune for cattle supplements

Cargill invests $15 million to set up plant in Pune for cattle supplements

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The firm is also launching its global brand, Carfe, in India.Cargill has invested $15 million in a new bioindustrial plant in Pune to produce bypass fats, which are health and nutrition supplements for dairy cattle. This facility will also manufactur

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B.C. parents decry ‘logistical nightmare’ of school cohorts of up to 120

B.C. parents decry ‘logistical nightmare’ of school cohorts of up to 120

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An empty teacher's desk is seen at the front of a empty classroom at Magee Secondary school in Vancouver in this file photo from Sept. 5, 2014. Jonathan Hayward/The Canadian Press Parents and educators in British Columbia are expressing

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One in nine newly admitted long-term care residents could be cared for at home, report says

One in nine newly admitted long-term care residents could be cared for at home, report says

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One in nine newly admitted residents of long-term care facilities could have remained at home with proper supports, according to a new Canadian report. The analysis by the Canadian Institute for Health Information, which is being released on Thursday

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B.C., Ontario demand Ottawa ensure complete passenger info for contact tracing

B.C., Ontario demand Ottawa ensure complete passenger info for contact tracing

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Near-empty security lines are seen at the domestic departures of Vancouver International Airport on June 9, 2020. JONATHAN HAYWARD/The Canadian Press Ontario and British Columbia are demanding that the federal government ensure provinces

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Four things to consider when picking a back-to-school mask for your child

Four things to consider when picking a back-to-school mask for your child

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People watch a science demonstration about air and air pressure at Telus World of Science, during the first of four days of free admission for essential workers and their families, in Vancouver, on Thursday, July 23, 2020. As kids go back-to

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Provinces not doing enough to prepare for rising risk of flooding, report says

Provinces not doing enough to prepare for rising risk of flooding, report says

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A stop sign is shown in a flooded intersection in Grand Forks, B.C., on May 17, 2018. Jonathan Hayward/The Canadian Press A new report says provincial governments are not moving fast enough to protect homes and other buildings from the ra

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‘Do our lives count for less?’: COVID-19 exposes cracks in Canada’s disability aid

‘Do our lives count for less?’: COVID-19 exposes cracks in Canada’s disability aid

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Karyn Keith, seen here in her Brampton, Ont., home on Jan. 27, 2020, wants the same support she'd receive if she was out of a job because of the pandemic, rather than unable to work because of her disabilities. Chris Young/The Canadian Press

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Toronto police should have reported Dafonte Miller beating to watchdog, interim chief says

Toronto police should have reported Dafonte Miller beating to watchdog, interim chief says

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'We made the wrong decision that night,' interim police chief James Ramer, seen here attending a news conference in Toronto on Nov. 19, 2019, said at a press conference Thursday. Tijana Martin/The Canadian Press Toronto’s new interim poli

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Trump announces 10-per-cent tariff on most Canadian aluminum

Trump announces 10-per-cent tariff on most Canadian aluminum

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U.S. President Donald Trump has started a new continental tariff war, reimposing tariffs of 10 per cent on most Canadian aluminum that Canada will match with tariffs of its own. “In response to the American tariffs announced today, Canada will impose

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