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Former Sears employee in Ontario says stopped severance was like 'slap in the face'

Kim Throop has worked for Sears in Cobourg, Ont. for 24 years, where she was a manager and employee in various departments. She said she loved her job and was saddened to learn of the store’s pending closure. 542 more words


Regional bus service between Saint John and St. Stephen set to resume

Bus service between Saint John and St. Stephen is returning for the first time since being eliminated in 2012.

A two year pilot project will see the province contribute $500,000 to help establish twice daily round trip service between Saint John and St. 246 more words


Day 2

Still counting.

After an almost peaceful night (a snowshoe hate tried to get into my bear-proof canister, good luck with that) I followed the shoreline of Spray Lake on a beautiful single track. 33 more words


Hamilton Bike Share looks to break down barriers with new equity program

Hamilton Bike Share has launched a new program that aims to break down barriers to access.

The Everyone Rides initiative is the first equity program of its kind in Canada according to manager, Thea Jones. 241 more words


Feds get four drone complaints a week from pilots, airports across Canada

It’s safe to assume that it was the last thing that the Toronto Island airport control tower wanted to have to cope with first thing in the morning on Canada Day. 686 more words


Toronto Pearson airport security clearance revoked over dad being in biker gang

TORONTO – A Federal Court judge has ruled that the government was right to revoke an aircraft mechanic’s security clearance because his father was a member of a motorcycle gang. 595 more words