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Temporary foreign workers in low-skilled jobs fight to stay in Canada

Mario Reyes choked back tears Wednesday while discussing his last-ditch attempt to remain in Canada as the clock ran out for thousands of temporary foreign workers like him whose work permits have expired. 708 more words

Coffee at WNHLC

Blossom runs Wildebeest Coffee Van , a mobile coffee shop, and she has coffee on sale in the West Norwood Health & Leisure Centre for  a trial period  between 9am and 3pm Monday to Thursdays. 21 more words

Leisure

New Business Updates

Lots of new business momentum these days in South Milwaukee …

  • First, Nomi Coffee is now open. For now, it’s coffee and baked goods, but there are plans for fuller breakfast and lunch options.
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South Milwaukee

Bagnall: Bid-rigging trial reminiscent of Nortel saga

We’re now halfway through the defence’s final submissions in the trial over alleged federal bid-rigging by nine Ottawa defendants. It’s more apparent than ever this proceeding shares some startling similarities with the epic 2012-13 trial involving three former Nortel executives. 735 more words

Local News

Busy Bees

Things have been exceptionally busy here at HQ…! Today alone has seen me all over town; I am constantly astonished by the kindness and support people have shown me in this venture. 107 more words

Lingerie

BlackGold oilsands project on hold, Harvest cuts 105 jobs

Korean-owned Harvest Operations Corp. has cut 105 jobs and will delay start-up of its 10,000-barrel-per-day BlackGold thermal oilsands project until benchmark New York oil prices improve to above $60 US per barrel. 701 more words

Energy

Person of Interest: Robert Brettmann

After the birth of their child, Robert Brettmann and his wife co-founded Bun Out the Oven to empower new families with an alternative baby registry options. 588 more words