The Canadian government has recently announced that they will be introducing COVID, a new surveillance system that will provide real-time monitoring of every citizen in Canada to ensure compliance with the law. This decision has caused many people to lose their jobs and leave the country, fearing that they will be arrested and jailed if they stay in Canada any longer. This article details the exodus of these ex-Canadian citizens, and how COVID could affect your business in the future.
How many people are affected by COVID
COVID has affected many Canadians. According to Statistics Canada, the unemployment rate in Alberta increased by 0.3 percentage points, from 7.0% in January 2015 to 7.3% in February 2015 following the announcement of job losses at COVID and related companies. This is a significant increase considering that the unemployment rate was low before COVID’s announcement and there were no other major changes occurring at that time. In addition, with so many people losing their jobs, the economy is also being affected as it will be difficult for these families to buy goods and services within their community since they have less disposable income now. With this rise in unemployment rates, it is evident that more people are being unemployed due to COVID and the Canadian government needs to take action on this issue urgently.
Who is affected by COVID?
COVID is one of the most common viruses that affect people who have a compromised immune system. It can happen when someone gets infected, such as through contact with an infected person’s blood or mucus, or through being exposed to droplets from a sneeze or cough. Fortunately, it is not very contagious and typically only spreads within close contact with someone who has it. The chance of spreading COVID increases if the patient vomits or coughs while they are still infectious (in the early stages of their illness) and are interacting closely with others who have not been vaccinated against it. Thankfully, there is no vaccine for this virus yet, but Canadians should be aware of their risks when coming into contact with anyone who might be carrying it. If you are concerned about your risk of infection, visit a healthcare professional to discuss the various precautions you can take.
Why companies are giving employees time off
Some companies are giving employees time off as a result of the new virus, COVID. This has led to many people losing their jobs. One example is the Canadian Broadcasting Company that is providing employees with paid sick leave and days off. The company also will be taking a look at how it can provide more services for its family members and retirees who may need assistance during this difficult time. The company’s head of public affairs said that This virus may have been brought about by international travel, but now it’s here. In response, we’re doing what we can to support our staff, particularly those most affected. In addition to the paid sick leaves and days off for employees that are effected by COVID, CBC offers on-site support in case any employee needs help with childcare or home care issues. They want all employees to take care of themselves first so they don’t get infected before coming back into work.
How to handle your situation if you’ve lost your job because of COVID
This has been a really tough time for anyone who has lost their job due to COVID. It’s important to stay strong and be grateful for what you do have. We’ve compiled some tips on how you can move forward after losing your job because of COVID:
-Your first step should be reaching out to your family and friends – they’ll help you stay positive and provide emotional support. Ask them if they know of any jobs that might suit your skills. They may not, but it never hurts to ask!
-It’s also important to not panic and make rash decisions while you’re feeling down about the situation. Take a deep breath and think about what could have been done differently, or what’s keeping you from finding work now.
Rate of unemployment
In the last year, there has been an alarming increase in unemployment rates across North America. According to Statistics Canada, the unemployment rate for September of 2016 was at 7.1%. This is a significant increase from one year ago when it was only at 6%. The main cause for this can be attributed to the ongoing struggle of the Canadian economy. In Alberta specifically, job losses have reached a staggering 63,000 jobs lost in October alone. This includes many professionals such as engineers and geologists who are now unemployed because they cannot find work. An additional 40,000 jobs were expected by November with no signs of slowing down anytime soon. Some experts predict that about 100,000 people will lose their jobs before the end of 2017. With the national unemployment rate sitting at its highest in over 20 years, many Canadians are finding themselves without jobs.