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Fast Facts - Grain, Trains and Autocrats: farmers pay the price of dismantling the Wheat Board

By Dean Harder

A banner 2013 crop year and some rail delays due to cold weather doesn’t account for all our grain transportation woes. Coordination of rail to ships is out of synch: a study by Quorum Corporation found that rail shipments to the West Coast are down 2 per cent from last year, but there are excess ships waiting in port. 943 more words

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City needs ‘fair resolution’ from feds on payment for services: Mayor Sam Katz

Mayor Sam Katz said Wednesday that the city is looking for a “fair and equitable resolution” when it comes to the money it gets from the federal government for supplying services to its buildings in Winnipeg. 220 more words


Transparency, Honesty, Honor Not Practiced In Canadian Politics!

I could have easily picked Nova Scotia, Nunavut, or the North West Territories; I could have easily picked Newfoundland and Labrador, New Brunswick, or Prince Edward Island to make an example of in the picture above, because I believe that not one of these provincial premiers could lay claim to being the province that is transparent, honest, or honorable in all of its dealings with their citizens and so that makes them no better than those whose pictures are featured above. 1,373 more words

Major takes fight over housing costs to court

HALIFAX – A 24-year veteran of the Canadian military is taking the federal government to court Tuesday to recover thousands of dollars he lost on his home when he was posted to another base and got little compensation through a program that he says has caused financial hardship for dozens of members. 604 more words


Temporary Foreign Workers: How federal settlement policies overlook some newcomers

By Zoё St-Aubin and Jill Bucklaschuk

Manitoba has embarked on aggressive immigration strategies to attract newcomers to settle in a variety of communities in the province with the purpose of meeting local labour force demands. 1,024 more words


Gazette Midday: Bixi bounces back; Heartbleed shuts down Ottawa

Hello and welcome to montrealgazette.com and welcome to Midday. Here’s the rundown on some of the stories we’re following for you today.

Bixi bikes will roll on Montreal streets… 739 more words


Israel Steals Palestinian Land And Gets UnConditional Support From Canada / Russia Accepts Crimea's Request To Become Part Of Russia And Gets Condemned By Canada?

There are some interesting contradictions as far as Canadian policy is concerned when it comes to what the State of Israel has done in the Middle East for which it gets unconditional  support from Canada, the USA and the members of European Union and what Russia has done with the annexation of the Crimean Peninsula for which it has received the condemnation of the west. 1,300 more words