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Touring Saint John

Well it’s time for me to tell you about our day spent in Saint John, New Brunwick! As you know; myself, my husband, and our son plus our friends and their son went on a little road trip out East just over a week ago. 589 more words


Six passengers injured when WestJet flight makes emergency landing in Winnipeg after 'a threat'

WINNIPEG — WestJet says six passengers sustained injuries during an emergency evacuation when one of its flights was diverted to Winnipeg on Monday night due to what the company has only termed “a threat.” 444 more words


Trend Lines | Canada's Performance in Recent Recessions

Today’s chart compares the severity of the Canada’s 2008-09 recession with previous recessions in 1981-82 and 1990-91, highlighting the duration of the downturn, the magnitude of peak-to-trough decline and the initial rate of decline for each recession. 300 more words

Trend Lines

Canada's economy shrinks again in April amid oil shock

The economy shrank 0.1 per cent in April, the fourth monthly decline in a row – adding to concerns the country could be headed for a recession. 198 more words


Apple Music launches Tuesday with iOS 8.4 update

TORONTO – Apple’s streaming music service arrives Tuesday to iPhone users with the release of the company’s latest mobile operating system iOS 8.4.

Users will be able to sign up for a three-month free trial of the long-awaited service once it launches, giving them unlimited access to the tens of millions of songs found in Apple’s iTunes library. 309 more words


Federal unions file Charter challenge on government’s power to impose new sick leave, disability deal

Federal unions are challenging the constitutionality of the recently passed budget bill that allows the Conservative government to bypass collective bargaining and limit public servants’ right to strike so it can impose a new sick leave and disability regime. 842 more words