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BWG Events Group Cheque presentation to President's Choice Children's Charity Bradford Ontario Canada

Cheque presentation to President’s Choice Children’s Charity (PCCC) with proceeds of $15,000.00. This money will be available through PCCC grant program helping disabled children with therapy and medical equipment to improve their lives. 129 more words

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Suspect arrested in Zehrs gas bar theft

Information from the public has led to the arrest of a man wanted for theft from a Zehrs gas bar.

On June 25 a man entered the Zehrs gas bar in the 7200 block of Tecumseh Road East at around 8:20 p.m. 72 more words


Voting underway for striking Windsor and Essex County grocery workers

Striking grocery workers from five Real Canadian Superstores and four Zehrs across Southwestern Ontario have started voting on an amended settlement.

Voting takes places at 10 a.m. 156 more words


Take a stand against corporate greed

Re: Talks resuming after grocery workers strike, by Dane Wanniarachige, July 1.

Zehrs is on strike. Good for them.

It is appalling to hear that some people, instead of honking in support, would choose to shout profanities. 196 more words


Loblaw and union workers reach tentative deal

Loblaw Companies Ltd. and the United Food and Commercial Workers union reached a tentative deal late Friday night after two days of strike action at nine Southwestern Ontario grocery stores. 189 more words


Strike begins at 9 Zehrs and Real Canadian Superstores in Ontario

TORONTO – A strike is under way at nine stores in southwestern Ontario owned by Loblaw Companies Ltd.

Workers walked out at midnight at three Zehrs Great Foods outlets in Windsor and another in nearby Kingsville, and at two Real Canadian Superstore outlets in Windsor and at stores in Chatham, Leamingston and Sarnia. 100 more words


Updated: Talks resuming after grocery workers strike

Loblaw Companies Ltd. and the United Food and Commercial Workers union resumed contract negotiations Thursday after employees at nine Southwestern Ontario grocery stores went on strike that morning. 340 more words