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Health and health services

Direct-to-public health services

§  all health-care services, including acute care (hospitals), secondary/long-term care, coroners' services, health-care providers working within and outside an acute care setting and other health services, including public health, detox facilities, safe-injection sites, COVID-19 testing, clinical research supporting the COVID-19 response, blood/plasma donation services and emergency pre-hospitalization services;

§  other health services and caregivers (e.g., physicians, dentists, psychiatrists, psychologists, mid-level practitioners, nurses and assistants, infection-control and quality-assurance personnel, pharmacists, physical and occupational therapists and assistants, social workers, mental-health and substance-use workers, including peer support workers, speech pathologists, diagnostic and therapeutic technicians and technologists, counsellors, chiropractors, naturopaths, dentists, crisis centres, outreach workers, overdose and harm-reduction services, meal programs; and

§  health first responders (paramedics).

Health service providers

§  pharmaceutical production, medical laboratories/research, medical testing, pharmacies, medical supply and equipment manufacturers, wholesale, distribution and stores, and analytical testing labs related to testing of finished product for pathogens and contaminants;

§  safety supply (e.g., work clothes, personal protective equipment, medical/pharmaceutical/ laboratory supplies, etc.) stores, manufacturers, technicians, logistics and warehouse operators;

§  medical wholesale and distribution; and

§  health plans, billing and health information.

Law enforcement, public safety, first responders, emergency response personnel

§  first responders, including police, fire and those services providing for public safety, including commercial vehicle safety enforcement, corrections and detainment facilities, park rangers, security and protective services, court services, bylaw enforcement, as well as communications/dispatching support for first responders and volunteers, such as search-and-rescue and public-safety lifeline volunteers;

§  public-sector workers for peace, order and good government, and employees of contracted service providers in these fields, including maintenance of technical infrastructure to support this work and compliance with health and public-safety orders;

§  businesses that provide support to police and correctional services;

§  operations and services in support of the Canadian Armed Forces and Canadian Border Services Agency;

§  emergency management personnel at local, regional and provincial levels;

§  businesses that ensure global continuity of supply of aggregates to support critical infrastructure repairs and emergency response requirements (e.g., sandbags, armour stone barriers, etc.); and

§  equipment and uniform suppliers for first responders.

Vulnerable population service providers

§  businesses and non-profits that provide food, shelter, social and support services, and other necessities of life for economically disadvantaged or otherwise vulnerable individuals, such as:

§  food banks, community kitchens, and voluntary and community service providers;

§  residential health facilities, mental-health, substance-use and addictions services;

§  transitional, social and supportive housing, and single-room occupancy housing;

§  community services and outreach for immigrants, refugees, vulnerable populations and non-market housing, including businesses that sell, rent or repair assistive/mobility/medical devices, aids and/or supplies;

§  care for seniors, adults, children or individuals with disabilities;

§  child care services for those persons providing essential services;

§  caregivers for children in care and out of care;

§  elder and disability care, including disabled service support for people with physical and cognitive disabilities;

§  residential care for individuals with mental health and substance use challenges, including licensed and registered treatment and recovery facilities;

§  government and non-profit service delivery staff who provide access to income supports for people in need of food and shelter;  

§  residential and care facilities and shelters for seniors, adults, children and people with disabilities;

§  overdose prevention sites, clinical overdose prevention services or medical marijuana provision; and

§  businesses that sell, rent or repair assistive/mobility/medical devices, aids and/or supplies, or other products/services that support the health sector, including mental-health and addictions/counselling supports.

Critical infrastructure service providers

§  infrastructure, drilling and production, refineries, processing, completion facilities, utilities, transportation, transmission, stations and storage facilities critical in supporting daily essential electricity needs, drinking water, waste water, electricity (including associated infrastructure), steam, alternative energy production, waste and hazardous management, industrial recycling, oil and natural and propane gas, fuel and other fuel sources, such as heating oil and wood pellets, as well as operating staff;

§  manufacturing of goods necessary for the continued and immediate operation of other essential infrastructure and businesses;

§  gas stations, diesel, propane and heating fuel providers including providers of motor vehicle, aircraft and water/marine fuels, and providers of charging stations for electric vehicles; and

§  operations and employees needed to operate and maintain drinking water and wastewater/drainage infrastructure, including:

§  operational staff at water authorities;

§  operational staff at community water systems;

§  operational staff at wastewater treatment facilities;

§  workers repairing water and wastewater conveyances and performing required sampling or monitoring;

§  operational staff for water distribution and testing;

§  operational staff at wastewater collection facilities;

§  operational staff and technical support for supervisory control and data-acquisition control systems;

§  chemical disinfectant suppliers for wastewater and personnel protection; and

§  workers who maintain digital systems infrastructure supporting water and wastewater operations.

Food and agriculture service providers

§  food cultivation, including farming, livestock, aquaculture and fishing, and businesses that support the food supply chain, as well as community gardens and subsistence agriculture;

§  food processing, manufacturing, storage and distribution of foods, feed products and beverages;

§  workers essential to maintaining or repairing equipment in food processing and distribution centres;

§  workers, including temporary foreign workers, to support agricultural operations to enhance food security;

§  retail: grocery stores, convenience stores, farmers markets and other establishments engaged in the retail sale or provision of food, pet or livestock supply, liquor, cannabis (including producers), and any other household consumer products, such as cleaning and personal care products. 

§  includes stores that sell groceries and also sell other non-grocery products, and products necessary to maintaining the safety, sanitation and essential daily operation of residences. such as home supply, hardware, building material stores, pawn brokers, and garden centres and nurseries;

§  farming supply, including seed, fertilizer, pesticides, farm-machinery sales and maintenance;

§  inspection services and associated regulatory and government workforce and supporting businesses required for slaughter of animals, dairy production and food safety; and

§  businesses that provide for the health and welfare of animals, including veterinarians, farms, boarding kennels, stables, animal shelters, zoos, aquariums, research facilities and other service providers.

Transportation, infrastructure and manufacturing

§  supply chain services needed to supply goods for societal functioning, including cooling, storing, packaging, transportation, warehousing and distribution;

§  workers who support the maintenance and operation of cargo transportation services, including crews, maintenance, operations and other facilities workers;

§  manufacturers and distributors (to include service centres and related operations) of packaging materials, pallets, crates, containers and other supplies needed to support manufacturing, packaging staging and distribution operations;

§  truck drivers who haul hazardous and waste materials to support critical infrastructure, capabilities, functions, and municipal and provincial services;

§  local, regional, and provincial delivery services, including but not limited to businesses that ship or deliver groceries, food, goods or services directly to business and residences and mailing and shipping services;

§  services to support and enable transportation, including highway, road, bridge maintenance and repair;

§  employees who repair, maintain and overhaul vehicles, aircraft and parts, rail equipment, marine vessels, and the equipment and infrastructure that enables operations that encompass movement of cargo and passengers, as well as vehicle rentals and leasing;

§  services that facilitate the transportation of essential supplies, personnel and services, including port/waterfront operations, road, air and rail operations;

§  facilities supporting interprovincial and intra-provincial delivery of goods, including truck scales, commercial vehicle inspection stations, brokerages, truck towing and repair services, commercial cardlock fuel providers, truck and rest stops;

§  government-owned or leased buildings;

§  businesses that supply other essential businesses and people working from home with the support or supplies necessary to operate;

§  private transportation services, such as taxis, ride-hailing, helicopter, aircraft and marine vessels;

§  public transportation services under rules for physical distancing or other recommendations from the PHO;

§  workers supporting the chemical and industrial gas supply chains, including workers at chemical manufacturing plants, workers in laboratories, workers at distribution facilities, workers who transport basic raw chemical materials to the producers of industrial and consumer goods and support the natural resource sector, as well as workers supporting safety at such facilities;

§  provision of public services that support the safe operation of regulated businesses and the provision of public services that support those businesses to meet other regulatory requirements;

§  workers who support the operation, inspection, and maintenance of essential public works facilities and operations;

§  workers who support the inspection and maintenance for ongoing safety at industrial facilities;

§  inspectors who ensure worksites are safe and health for workers, and who investigate serious workplace accidents;

§  workers who process and manage claims made by injured workers, including services related to their care and treatment, as well as the provision of workers’ compensation benefits;

§  hotels and places of accommodation;

§  activities of the consuls general and staff who support the work of the consuls general;

§  landlords of buildings where the consulates are located and those who must guarantee access to consular offices as well as the operation of the consular offices;

§  storage for essential businesses;

§  businesses that provide materials and services for the operation, maintenance and safety of transportation systems (road, transit, rail, air and marine) including delivery of maintenance services, such as clearing snow, response to collisions and completing needed repairs to transportation systems;

§  businesses that extract, manufacture, process and distribute goods, products, equipment and materials, including businesses that manufacture inputs to other manufacturers (e.g., primary metal/steel, blow moulding, component manufacturers, chemicals, etc., that feed the end-product manufacturer);

§  vegetation management crews and traffic workers who support environmental remediation/monitoring and who respond to environmental emergencies;

§  businesses providing staffing services, including temporary labour services; and

§  businesses that support the safe operations of residences, essential businesses and facilities/buildings.

Sanitation

§  cleaning services necessary to provide and maintain disinfection;

§  manufacturing of sanitary products, household paper products, chemicals, microelectronics/semi-conductor, including companies able to retrofit their production facilities to produce goods/services that can be used to address critical shortages of sanitary and protective goods;

§  businesses that support environmental management/monitoring and spill cleanup and response, including environmental consulting firms, professional engineers and geoscientists, septic haulers, well drillers, pesticides applicators and exterminators, management of industrial sewage/effluent (e.g., for mining operations) and environmental laboratories; and

§  waste (garbage and organics) and recycling collection, processing and disposal.

Communications, information sharing and information technology (IT)

§  workers maintaining IT and communications infrastructure for medical facilities, governments facilities, emergency response and command agencies, energy and utilities, banks and financial institutions, employees working from home, and other critical infrastructure categories and personnel, including managing information and cyber-security incidents;

§  newspapers, television, radio, online news outlets and other media services;

§  IT, radio, cable providers and telecommunications services, including phone, internet, wireless communications and data centres; and

§  satellite operations, undersea cable landing stations, internet exchange points, and manufacturers and distributors of communications equipment.

Non-health essential service providers

§  feed, water, bedding, veterinary care, veterinary supply, transport and processing services for livestock, animal shelters and pets;

§  coroners and workers performing mortuary services, including funeral homes, crematoriums and cemeteries, as well as workers supporting the appropriate handling, identification, storage, transportation and certification of human remains;

§  banks and their branches, credit unions and related financial institutions, as well as workers who support security and technical operations supporting financial institutions;

§  capital markets, including the British Columbia Securities Commission, self-regulatory organizations, exchanges, clearing agencies and investment-fund dealers, advisers and managers;

§  services related to bankruptcy/credit restructuring and non-bank sources of capital, cheque-cashing outlets, money sending and money remittance services, currency exchange services, pawn brokers;

§  accounting, payroll, translation services, legal services and insurance providers; insurance assessment and adjudication providers;

§  plumbers, electricians, elevator maintenance providers, exterminators, property management services, custodial/janitorial workers, cleaning services, fire safety and sprinkler systems, building systems maintenance and repair technicians, engineers, mechanics, smelters and other service providers who provide services that are necessary to maintaining the safety, sanitation and daily essential operation of residences and commercial buildings;

§  educational institutions — including public and private K-12 schools, and public post-secondary institutions — for purposes of facilitating remote learning or performing essential functions, including services that are needed to ensure the safety, security, welfare, integrity and health of the community, property and research and certain operational and contractual activities, if operating under rules for physical distancing or other recommendations from the PHO;

§  in relation to research universities, services including COVID-19-related research, residential housing and food services for students on campus, building operations and risk management, animal care services, health services for students, IT including data security and infrastructure, finance/payroll/administration/HR/communications and child care for essential university staff;

§  laundromats, dry cleaners and laundry service providers;

§  restaurants and other facilities that prepare and serve food, if operating under rules for social and physical distancing or other recommendations from the PHO;

§  towing services and other vehicle repair/maintenance operations;

§  schools and other entities that provide free food services to students or members of the public, if operating under rules for physical distancing or other recommendations from the PHO;

§  construction work, in accordance with PHO direction, construction firms, skilled trades and professionals, and construction and light industrial machinery and equipment rental;

§  businesses that ensure global continuity of supply of primary and value-added forestry/silviculture products (e.g., lumber, pulp, paper, wood fuel, etc.) including soft-pulp products, such as protective masks, gowns, drapes, screens and other hospital supplies, as well as household paper products;

§  postal services, including both public and private mailing, shipping, logistics, courier, delivery services and post office boxes;

§  research services supporting essential sectors, including medical/clinical research and industrial research;

§  all government (local, regional, provincial) functions or services;

§  businesses and non-profits that provide support services to citizens and businesses on behalf of government – these include but are not limited to: income assistance and disability assistance, pensions, residential tenancy, BC Services Card, drivers’ licensing, Affordable Child Care Benefit, Medical Services Plan, forest-worker support programs, notary, commissioner, affidavits, pesticide exams, invigilation for essential trades, 1 888 COVID19, verify by video, and helpdesk for BCeID;

§  weather forecasters;

§  businesses that ensure global continuity of supply of mining materials and products (e.g., metals such as copper, nickel and gold) and that support supply chains including

§  mining operations, production and processing;

§  mineral exploration and development; and

§  mining supply and services that support supply chains in the mining industry including maintenance of operations, health and safety;

§  workers at operations centres necessary to maintain other essential functions;

§  professional services, including lawyers and paralegals, engineers, accountants, translators;

§  land registration services and real estate agent services;

§  building code enforcement, inspection of buildings, building sites and building systems by building officials and registered professionals (architects and engineers);

§  public washrooms and hygiene facilities (toilets, handwash stations, showers) for unsheltered persons; and

§  parks and green space for public health and sheltering (for people experiencing homelessness).

 


 

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연방, 4일 오후 12시부터항공·철도·배·대중교통 등코로나19 초기 마스크 착용에 대해 신통치 않게 생각하던 캐나다 정부가 이제 마스크 사용을 적극 권장하고 나섰다.연방 마크 가뉘어(Marc Garneau) 교통부 장관은 4일 오타
06-03
밴쿠버 버나비RCMP, "실종자 이수용 씨를 찾습니다"
2일 오후 7시 30분 마지막 목격하이게이트 빌리지몰서 사라져버나비RCMP가 실종자 49세의 이수용(Suyong Lee) 씨를 찾고 있다며 시민의 협조를 요청했다.실종자는 지난 2일 오후 7시 30분에 하이게어트 빌리지몰이 있는 샐리스버리 에비뉴(Salisbury Av
06-03
캐나다 신맹호 주캐나다한국대사 곧 귀임, 신임 대사는 아직 미공개?
신 대사 5일 온라인 이임 행사를신임 외교부 출신 아닌 특임대사주캐나다대한민국대사로 문재인 정부 출범 직전인 2017년 4월 7일부로 발령된 신맹호 대사(사진)가 3년 2개월 만에 귀임을 하고 신임대사로 외교부 출신이 아닌 특임공관장이 부임한다.신 대사는 코로나19로
06-03
캐나다 캐나다 기준금리 0.25% 유지
캐나다 중앙은행(Bank of Canada)는 기준 금리를 0.25%로 유지한다고 3일 발표했다.코로나19로 세계 경기가 불확실성에 빠지자 중앙은행은 지난 3월 4일 1.25%로 기준금리를 내린 지 12일만인 16일 다시 0.75%로, 이어 13일만인 3월 27일 0.
06-03
밴쿠버 [유학생 인턴의 밴쿠버 이야기] 밴쿠버에서 스쿠버 다이빙 즐기기
스쿠버 다이빙은 필리핀 같은 동남아 지역에서만 가능하다고 생각하는 사람들이 많다. 하지만 ‘콜드워터 다이빙’이라는 스페셜티가 따로 있을 정도로 스쿠버 다이빙은 다양한 기후에서 즐길 수 있다. 특히 밴쿠버는 북미에서 손꼽히는 콜드워터 다이빙 포인트들
06-03
밴쿠버 "신제품 "국순당 청포도 막걸리 출시: 아미노산이 풍부한 부드럽고 산뜻한 맛"
주류 전문 수입및 공급사, (주)코비스(대표: 황 선양)는 국순당 막걸리 네번째 "청포도 막걸리"를 6월 05일부로 캐나다 전역(ON지역 제외)에 출시한다고 밝혔다.이번에 출시되는 국순당 청포도 막걸리는 대한민국 쌀로 빚은 막걸리에 청포도 향이 첨가된
06-02
캐나다 [2일 실시간 코로나19 업데이트] 6월 들어서자 온주가 새 확진자 수 최악 …
퀘벡주보다 크게 앞서가며 상황 악화전국 사망자 수는 뚜렷한 감소 기록그 동안 전국의 코로나19 확진자 수에서 퀘벡주가 다른 주들에 비해 절대적으로 많았으나 6월 들어서면서 온타리오주에 그 자리를 내주었다.2일 코로나19 업데이트 내용을 보면 새 확진자 수에서 온타리오주
06-02
부동산 경제 밴쿠버 주택 전년대비 거래 대폭 감소, 가격은 상승?
코로나19로 주택 거래 침체 속 호가만 올라메트로밴쿠버 주택 평균가격 102만 8400달러프레이저지역 아파트 평균가격 43만 3700달라메트로밴쿠버와 프레이저지역 주택가격이 전달은 물론 작년에 비해서도 올랐는데, 실제 거래는 크게 줄어드는 등 코로나19로 침체 속 소규
06-02
밴쿠버 캐나다에서 새로운 커리어 찾기
재외동포재단 지원 행사KCWN, 총영사관 공동주최KCWN(Korean Community Workers Network)은 주밴쿠버총영사관과 함께 COVI19 으로 침체된 노동시장에서도 꾸준한 수요가 있는 직업군을 선정하여 6월13일과 27일 두 번에 걸쳐 커리어톡을 온라
06-02
밴쿠버 놀면 뭐하니? 황인범 선수랑 함께 축구하자!
영사관의 황인범 선수 축구교실6월 중 메이플 그로브 파크에서유소년반, 청소년반 총 6회 걸쳐
06-02
세계한인 외교부-미국지역 총영사관 화상회의 개최
미니애폴리스 흑인 사망사건 관련피해현황 점검, 재외국민 보호 등한국 외교부는 2일 오전 8시(한국시간)에 이태호 2차관(재외국민보호대책본부장) 주재로 미국 주재 8개 지역 총영사와 화상회의를 개최하여, 미국 미네소타州 미니애폴리스 흑인 사망사건 관련 동향 및 한국 국민
06-02
세계한인 캐나다 주도 인공지능 국제협력 한국 동참
'인공지능에 대한 글로벌 파트너십’창립회원국AI 통한 인권, 포용성, 다양성, 혁신, 경제성장과학기술정보통신부(장관 최기영, 이하 과기정통부)는 2019 G7 정상회의에서 창설하기로 한 ‘인공지능에 대한 글로벌 파트너십(GPAI, Globa
06-02
밴쿠버 또 벌어진 인종혐오 폭력범죄
메트로밴쿠버대중교통경찰이 공개한 폭행 용의자 사진헤드스카프 쓴 17세 소녀 피해가해자, 인종 조롱하며 주먹질밴쿠버시에서 코로나19로 인해 인종혐오 폭력이 난무하는 가운데 버스에서 10대 소녀를 향해 인종혐오적 폭력사태가 벌어져 경찰이 공개수사에 들어갔다.메트로밴쿠버대중
06-01
캐나다 [1일 실시간 코로나19 업데이트] 6월 들어서자 전국 새 사망자 큰 폭 감소..…
전날 최다기록 수립과 대조새 확진자 수 700명대 유지6월에 들어서자 전국의 코로나19로 인한 사망자 수가 급격히 줄어들었다. 하지만 그 전날인 일요일에 갑자기 사망자 수가 전날에 비해 2배 이상 늘어 의도적으로 휴일에 사망자 수를 쏟아 낸 것이 아닌지 의문스럽다.1일
06-01
밴쿠버 코로나19로 힘들지만 일한만큼 임금 줍시다
BC주 최저시급 1일부로 5.4% 인상전년대비 0.75달러 오른 14.6달러코로나19로 많은 일자리가 사라지고, 고용을 유지해도 근무시간이 줄어 드는 등 많은 임금 노동자들의 수입이 줄어드는데 BC주는 예정대로 최저시급을 1일부로 인상했다.BC주의 존 호건 NDP 정부
06-01
밴쿠버 BC주, 6월말까지 상업용 렌트비 못내도 퇴거금지
BC주 캐롤 제임스 재정경제부 장관이 1일 렌트비를 내지 못했다고 상업용 임차인을 내보낼 수 없다고 행정명령을 내렸다.(BC주 실시간 방송 캡쳐)응급프로그 법 하 새 행정명령연방 상업용렌비보조 강화조치코로나19로 제대로 영업을 못해 렌트비를 내지 못하는 소규모 사업자들
06-01
밴쿠버 메트로밴쿠버 거주하려면 부부 모두 시급 19.5달러 받아야
프레이저밸리도 시급 15.54달러주에서 클레이요쿼트사운드 최고BC주의 최저시급이 올랐지만 실제로 BC주의 대부분 지역이 최저시급만 가지고는 생활할 수 없는 높은 생활비가 형성돼 있다는 자료가 나왔다.가족위한 생활임금 캠페인(Living Wage for Families
06-01
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