TORONTO (AP) — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says Canada will eventually be able to manufacture COVID-19 vaccines. Canada does not have domestic production but Trudeau expects to use vaccines made in Europe to vaccinate all Canadians who want to be vaccinated by September. He says the European Union is reassuring him that it will respect Canada’s contracts with Pfizer and Moderna. But Trudeau says Canada needs as much domestic capacity for vaccine production as soon as possible. Trudeau says two companies – Precision NanoSystems and Novavax – will manufacture vaccines in Canada eventually.
DJ Campbell has returned to training following a hamstring injury.The QPR striker was able to join the rest of the squad on Monday and could be in contention for a first-team place within a fortnight.Campbell, 30, has been plagued by injury woes since moving to Loftus Road from Blackpool in the summer and has made only two league starts this season.AdChoices广告He suffered a foot injury earlier in the campaign and his more recent problem has kept him out since January.Meanwhile, Heidar Helguson remains sidelined with an ongoing groin complaint but it is hoped that he too will be able to resume full training soon.Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook
Submit MoneyMatrix boosts wire transfer options by integrating Klarna’s Sofort August 24, 2020 Erik Nyman joins EveryMatrix as US lead August 6, 2020 StumbleUpon Share Related Articles Share David Schjelde is set to rejoin EveryMatrix, after being appointed as the Chief Financial Officer for the industry platform and technology services provider. Schjelde will be tasked with overseeing the supplier’s Bucharest division, while optimising the company’s financial performance for its business units, including its flagship product CasinoEngine. Ebbe Groes, Chief Executive at EveryMatrix, commented on the reappointment: “Further expanding our top management team is key for us since the business continues to grow year after year. “Bringing David on board is an important step as he is a highly knowledgeable and appreciated expert. His practical and resourceful approach proved to be invaluable in the past and I am certain his vast expertise in both financial management and law will help us improve our operations and better identify potential opportunities in the iGaming sector. “With the massive volumes of casino transactions from the largest operators in Norway and Germany, financial accuracy is more important than ever!”With over 20 years of experience in financial management, Schjelde initially worked alongside Groes in 2000 during his time at Kapow Technologies. After working in a number of high-profile financial and software companies in Denmark, Schjelde boarded in 2007 in BetBrain and in the early days of EveryMatrix.Schjelde added: “I was delighted to see how the company expanded over the years and it gives me great satisfaction to be here. Leading the financial operations will be challenging for sure, especially since the casino business more than doubled in the last year. “I have no doubts working with Ebbe and the team will be a fruitful and excellent experience as I already know from our past encounters.”The appointment swiftly follows the confirmation that Rafael Campuzano would be joining EveryMatrix as the new Chief Technology Officer (CTO). Campuzano joined the EveryMatrix leadership team from Intralot SA igaming platform and tailored business solutions provider Bit8. PartnerMatrix drives user engagement with two new deals August 13, 2020